Best beaches in Maremma


Located between Tuscany and Lazio and overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, Maremma is an Italian destination with a great personality. It is a charming and wild destination, but at the same time, a cozy and gentle one. Maremma offers not only a fluorishing vegetation, but also a rich cultural heritage. Furtheremore, it is bathed by a crystalline sea capable of suiting all travelers. It is ideal for sun seekers, sportish people who prefer hiking, people who look for privacy and beaches only reachable by boat.
If you want to discover more about the beautiful Maremma beaches, here are some suggestions.


Feniglia and Orbetello Beaches - Maremma, Tuscany

Feniglia beach, Orbetello
This beautiful beach presents both a free and a private and equipped side. It is located in front of a reserved and protected pine forest. You can also explore the area on foot or by bicycle, discover the wildlife and let you be enchanted by the Mediterranean  scents. 


Talomone Beach
Due to the windy weather conditions, Talomone beach is the right place for the most active people and a paradise for wind and kite surfers! Furthermore, it is surrounded by wild vegetation and picturesque cliffs which create a very magical atmosphere during the sunset.


Marina di Alberese beach, Maremma, Tuscany
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Marina di Alberese Beach 
The only way to reach this long sandy beach is through the Natural Park of Maremma. Coming out from the park, you'll find an amazing panorama: the sea with old trunks on the beach, the Giglio and Montecristo Islands and the ancient towers which are the only sign of human presence. The first part of the beach is rather crowded during the summer while towards “Collelungo beach” you can have a quieter stay. 


Cala Violina Beach, Scarlino
Considered the most fascinating bay of Maremma, Cala Violina is placed in the northern part of the subregion. Its name is derived from the really fine sand which seems create the sound of a violin. The ground of the sea is ideal for snorkeling while the whole area, set between two headlands, is worth visiting for its dense Mediterranean vegetation. The beach is only accessible by bike or foot.

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Cala Violina, Scarlino
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