A stone’s throw from the wonderful beaches of Punta Ala, Rocchette and Cala Violina and the cliffs of Punta Capezzolo, the village overlooks a clean sea and the characteristic port channel, at the center of trails where you can go by bike, by horse, by boat or on foot, discovering nature, history and folklore.
The nearby Parco della Maremma, the first national park recognized by the European Community, extends for 100 square kilometres and includes the coastal stretch of the Tuscan Maremma, from the Promontory of Talamone, to the mouth of the Ombrone river and is bordered inland by the Via Aurelia.
Casket of natural microcosms of exceptional value, it represents an opportunity to learn about the rich vegetation of the area, its history, its culture and, at the same time, get excited thanks to the numerous routes available. Here it is in fact possible to have fun in the beautiful trekking itineraries that lead to the sea, or to get on the bike and go in search of suggestive panoramic views. It will also be possible to do routes on horseback, by canoe along the Ombrone river, by carriage or by boat.
From the medieval village of Diaccia Botrona, very moist area of international importance, everything here gives strong emotions.
In the surroundings you can visit the remains of St Pancrazio Abbey at Isola Clodia, the Museum and Etruscan tombs at Vetulonia and the famous Etruscan excavations at Roselle , the wonderful Massa Marittima, the Abbey of San Galgano, the Parco della Maremma and participate in excursions to the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago (Giglio, Elba, Giannutri, Pianosa, Capraia, Formiche).
Castiglione della Pescaia, also chosen by the famous writer Calvin who spent the summers at Roccamare, offers relaxation, culture, environment and food and wine of great quality (the strada del vino e dei sapori : Monteregio di Massa Marittima).
In local taverns and restaurants you can enjoy aromas and flavors of traditional marinara in addition to typical Maremma (tortelli, pici, mushroom soup, wild boar etc.) paired with the wines so important in this area.