Agriturismo Poggio Al Vento

Agriturismo Poggio al Vento is located in a strategic position for tourism because, although situated in open countryside on the gentle hills of the Maremma, is less than 20 km from the beach Alberese and the Park of Maremma, Principina a Mare and Marina Grosseto, and less 30 km from Castiglione della Pescaia, a charming tourist town famous throughout Italy.

Agriturismo Poggio al Vento is not only suitable for lovers of the sea, but also to those who are interested in the world of art, history, nature and sport.

Art cities in Tuscany Print E-mail

Grosseto is located right in the middle of Italy just 180 km from Rome, a city of art and history par excellence, 75 km from Siena's famous historic town known for the Palio, and 150 km from Florence, the European capital cities culture, all easily accessible by public transport or by car.

Beaches around Print E-mail

Real strength and attractiveness of our area is the sea with its beaches. The coast has a wide choice for every taste of beach lovers.

Surrounding it is possible to find the wild and unspoiled beaches of Principina a Mare (km 20), where the Maremma Park begins, and Alberese (km 15), Fiumara (km 22) and Marze (km 25) between Marina di Grosseto and Castiglione della Pescaia.

Those who prefer the comfort of the beaches and the village life with clubs and restaurants, remain satisfied with the services provided by Marina di Grosseto (20 km) and Castiglione della Pescaia (km 30) or Punta Ala (50 km north) and the Argentario (40 km south), places where you can also rent small boats to explore the coastlines and bays not accessible.

From Porto Ercole (km 54) you can board the ferry that connects the Isle of Giglio (½ hour), wild pearl of the Tuscan Archipelago.

TERME DI SATURNIA (km 45) Print E-mail

Saturnia and its sulfur springs flowing from the ground at a constant temperature of 37 ° were already known at the time of the Etruscans who had identified the source "miraculous" healing. The Romans were later to benefit from creating real buildings for therapeutic exploitation of the source. Indeed, the composition of this water has healing properties for skin, respiratory and musculoskeletal system.

There are two options to enjoy the benefits of these waters: plunge into the Gorello Falls, where you can swim when you want without paying anything, or if you want more comfort, you can go to the Terme di Saturnia Spa just 200 mt. away from the Gorello Falls.

Here you can find pools, paths at different temperatures in thermal and swimming pools and a beautiful spa.

SORANO (km 74) Print E-mail

The town of Sorano stands perched on an imposing tuff, an element that gives the country's grandeur and charm. Sorano is situated in the territory inhabited by the Etruscans and the Roman and is truly one of the most beautiful countries in the tuff.

The area of Sorano is full of evidence of the presence of the Etruscans, but the village has medieval origins.

The original masters of the town of Sorano were the Aldobrandeschi to which followed the Counts Orsini, the Republic of Siena and finally the Grand Duchy of Tuscany under the Medici. Numerous monuments to visit including the Boulder Leopoldina, the Orsini Fortress, and the Park of San Rocco, situated across the valley as to watch over Sorano.

Maremma Natural Park (km 20) Print E-mail

The Maremma Natural Park overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea and the park of Tuscan archipelago, extends for 25 km with a chain of hills descending towards the sea, sandy beaches and cliffs, surrounded by swamps, pine forests, fields and pastures. Among intense aromas of herbs, berries and colorful calls of animals, the park welcomes visitors showing his sweet side, yet wild. The park is open all year, seven days a week. Before entering you must purchase the tickets at the visitor centers. Routes can be walked individually and in groups, whether or not accompanied by a guide, based on time of year.

Besides walking routes are also planned within the park horse trails and canoe routes.

 Canoe routes: within the Park, guided canoeing on the River Ombrone. Canadian canoes are used which are stable type catamaran canoes, and unsinkable, prepared to accommodate even non-experts or non-swimmers or small children.

Guided horseback riding: horse riding is another fun and enjoyable way to learn about the park and spend some time in contact with nature. There are several options that allow to experienced and beginners of riding around the protected area.


For information on the various itineraries and reservations call the park visitor center 0564/407098


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