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Discover our territory, trekking and routes

Walking in nature represents a new way to reclaim slow rhythms and is a way to keep fit and visit new places rediscovering the love for nature and the slowness of the journey. There are routes suitable for everyone and are designed as forms of responsible  and alternative tourism for families. They can be carried out alone or in company, choosing the rhythm most appropriate to your needs and possibilities. In any case it represents a way to reconcile with oneself and with nature obtaining various psychophysical benefits. You can travel to the coast or enter the mountain trails. You can follow in Santi’s footsteps or rediscover the traces of our history. Trekking requires good fitness and presents different levels of difficulty. You can choose the most suitable itinerary to start with the first excursions, but it remains a great way to immerse yourself in nature and visit a place in a more sustainable way. Below we recommend itineraries   to discover our beautiful territory.


From Orbetello you reach, by crossing the Dam built in 1841, Mount Argentario:the highest promontory on the Tuscan coast. An ancient limestone island that with the mainland includes the Lagoon of Orbetello,  one of the most important wetlands in Italy. It is protected by a State Reserve and a WWF Oasis for its natural and wildlife wealth, including important bird colonies. Of great interest are the historic centers of Orbetello, Porto Santo Stefano, Porto Ercole and the archaeological areas of Ansedonia. To the west of argentario are the Islands  of Giannutri and Giglio, partly included in the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago. In Giannutri there are no marked paths, while giglio, which culminates in the 498 m of poggio della Pagana, offers fascinating itineraries. To see are the Roman Villa of Giglio Porto, the village, the Rocca di Giglio Castello and the Torre del Campese.

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