A wide range of tourist, historical, and gastronomic attractions is just a few minutes away by car.
You can visit Diaccia Botrona, a humid area of great historical and naturalistic importance, thanks to the presence of numerous wildlife species.
Another interesting attraction is the Isidoro Falchi Archaeological Museum in Vetulonia, which has recently added new archaeological findings from the Etruscan and Hellenic-Roman era.
For those who love nature, The Natural Park of Maremma, one of Tuscany’s first regional parks, cannot be missed. It was founded in 1975. You can choose among 11 different itineraries to experience nature and find out how beautiful and overwhelming it can be. The park’s major attractions include the Uccellina Mountains, the humid area of Trappola, the plain at the mouth of River Ombrone, and the beaches that stretch from the Ombrone Mouth to Cala di Forno. Our guided tours include canoeing, horseback rides, carriage rides, night excursions, mountain bike tours, and birdwatching.
Close to the farmhouse, we have the most beautiful beaches including Le Rocchette, Casetta Civinini, Cala Martina, the famous Cala Violina, Punta Ala, Cala di Forno, Collelungo, and Marina di Alberese.
Moreover, Le Mortelle farm is just 3 minutes away by car. In the past, it was part of a larger complex called “La Badiola”, as Leopold II had identified in maps already in the mid-1800s. The Hapsburg-Lorraine family reclaimed Grosseto’s malarious area, transforming the Badiola and Alberese estates into farms for breeding cattle.
Today, the farm is owned by the Antinori family, who have been working in the vineyards and the new winery since 1999. Mortella is the name of the wild myrtle, which is typical of the Mediterranean coastal areas and is the farm’s symbol.
Another important winery is that of Rocca di Frassinello, located on the hills of the Municipality of Gavorrano (Poggio la Guardia) near Giuncarico. The winery was designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano.