The Monte Argentario in Maremma

Porto Ercole, Argentario The Monte Argentario, Tuscany represents one of the highest rocky headlands, with special features that make it unique and one of the favorite tourist destinations by tourists on vacation in Maremma.

Its coast bustling by natural bays, the rocky peaks, the picturesque bays and islets contribute to paint a natural environment unique.

The Monte Argentario dominates the entire southern part of the Maremma coast, adorned by the beautiful islands of Giannutri, Giglio , Pianosa , Capraia , Montecristo and Gorgona . More detailed information can be found in the section on the ' Tuscan Archipelago .

The Argentario has become over the years a destination for tourists very attentive to nature and the environment, still outside the common routes: this contributes greatly to the preservation of the territory. The ring road around the Monte Argentario is surrounded by clear waters and blue gulf, ideal for a beach holiday full of fun and relaxation.

Thanks to the presence of three ports: Porto Ercole , Porto S. Stefano and Cala Galera, tourists can reach this beautiful corner of paradise in an easy and fast. It is undoubtedly a tourist destination recommended to tourists who are fond of nature, good food and the Maremma in particular for archeology: the entire area is in fact rich in archaeological finds of discrete cultural and artistic value, museums and Etruscan necropolis.

For younger tourists looking over the beautiful sea also fun, the entire area of ​​Monte Argentario offers attractions and entertainment for all young people.

Getting there on the Monte Argentario

  • By car: along the Aurelia road, exit at Orbetello Scalo and follow signs for Orbetello, superararlo and follow to the resorts of Argentario. Coming from the north, up to Bocca dell'Albegna exit towards Giannella and follow the signs to the Argentario.
  • By train: you can reach the station of Orbetello through the railway line of the Tyrrhenian coast.
  • By plane: the nearest airports are in Rome and Pisa.