The Maremma is considered the wild heart of Tuscany, a landscape in total harmony with nature and its history.
The Maremma Park looking over the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Tuscan Archipelago Park, extends across 25km. The chain of hills which lead towards the sea, with sandy beaches and tall rock faces, is surrounded by wetlands, pine forests, farming land and pastures.

The park is open all year round, all days of the week.

Tours can be taken either individually or as a group, either with or without a guide, depending on the time of year.
Protecting the Maremmano horses, used for sport and horse therapy in fully equipped centres and agritourism structures throughout the area, are the “butteri”, genuine defenders of an ancient tradition.

Various protected areas, including the Natural Park of the Maremma and the archaeological zone of Vulci, have made it possible to ensure the environment is kept intact and have ensured the protection of existing flora and fauna.