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MAREMMA TOSCANA - A journey through people, places and tastes

photo Dario Garofalo

Maremma Toscana, the new book about this rich land of beauty still little known

A journey through stories, nature and suggestions, but also a handy guide with restaurants and places not to be missed

The Maremma Toscana is a land of disarming beauty, where the sea blends with a still wild nature and characteristic stone villages perched on the hills.

To recount its most authentic soul, the new book MAREMMA TOSCANA - A journey through people, places and tastes, a project commissioned by the Consorzio Tutela Vini della Maremma Toscana and published by Gruppo Editoriale, with texts edited by journalist and food and wine critic Aldo Fiordelli and unpublished photographs by Dario Garofalo, has been released.

Libro Maremma Toscana


A 300-page, 400-image volume published in dual language (English-Italian) that is rich in suggestion, but also a useful and practical tool for discovering the must-see places and experiences of the Tuscan Maremma.

Massa Marittima

The book divides Maremma into five territories - Colline Metallifere, Colline di Maremma, Costa d'Argento, Tufo and Colline Amiatine - which are in turn divided into micro areas, whose stories, faces, traditions and flavors are revealed chapter by chapter. Find out more by clicking here!

34 restaurants, from the great starred ones to trattorias guardians of traditions, as many labels of the Maremma Toscana DOC denomination and a selection of 10 of the best producers.

Da Nada Locanda Toscana - Roccastrada

Through elegant illustrations, they then go over the must-visit places and experiences to be had, such as Le Roste, a sort of small grand canyon near Montieri, the beaches around Castiglione della Pescaia, the Gavorrano Naturalistic Mining Park and MAGMA - Museum of Cast Iron Arts in Maremma, evidence of the past of the Metalliferous Hills, the Roselle Archaeological Area, the Maremma Natural Regional Park and the tufa quarry roads in the area of Pitigliano and Sovana and Sorano, as well as the Cascate del Mulino waterfalls in Saturnia, the Orbetello lagoon and the sea of Giglio Island.

Parco dell'Uccellina

Created with the Consortium's aim of enhancing an extremely varied and valuable wine-growing area that ranges from the volcanic soils of Pitigliano and Sorano to the rock formations of the hills between the Fiora and Ombrone rivers, passing through the clay soils of the Upper Maremma, the result is an extraordinary journey from the blue of the sea to the green of the hills, the yellow of the wheat fields and the gray of the rocks of the villages.

A view of Giannutri island from Giglio

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