The geographical position makes camping Le Marze an ideal starting point for excursions of all kinds, such as to Rome, Siena, to the famous Etruscan sites in the area. For those who love nature, in addition to the famous Diaccia Botrona Regional Reserve and the Uccellina Natural Park, excursions to the islands of the Tuscan archipelago are possible, as well as to natural thermal springs such as Saturnia and Petriolo.
Experience a day of excursions and the lovely sea of the Argentario, a mini-cruise with the motor vessel “La Superba” is truly a must. The boat has 300 seats and 10 crew members. Lunch can be booked “à la carte” or with “fixed price menus” directly after boarding.
* Should you so desire, you can also visit the Island of Giglio alone, and wait for the return of the motor vessel from Giannutri at about 5:00 pm.
In the surroundings of the Le Marze campground, there are many paths surrounded by nature where you can experience the thrill of a cycling adventure. There are various itineraries, from those that traverse villages rich in history to routes up paths overlooking the sea where you can gaze upon the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago
You can also go horseback riding on the beaches and in the surrounding pine forest thanks to the service offered by the “Cavallo Natura” riding school which is only 4 km away.
Ideal place for Kite Surf lovers and just a stone’s throw from the campground. The area reserved for Kitesurfing practitioners has a sandy gently sloping seabed. Fans of this sport can sign up for individual and group courses.
A lane of about 120 meters leads to the sea, clearly visible as it is bordered by floating buoys. Bathing is prohibited in this specific spot.
There is no more unique way to explore the area than dedicating a day to its ancient history, discovering one of the many Archaeological Sites in Maremma.
Considered the most beautiful beach in the Maremma coast. The Cala Violina beach is located in the Bandite Nature Reserve and is about 15 km from the Le Marze Campground.
Cala Violina is characterized by a very white sand and a sea with crystal clear waters. Thanks to the great amount of iron, the sand of Cala Violina produces a sound that resembles that of the violin. This occurs when it is stepped on, due to the rubbing of ferrous residues with the grains of sand
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