Orbetello is a town and comune in the province of Grosseto (Tuscany), Italy. It is located about 35 kilometres (22 mi) south of Grosseto, on the eponymous lagoon, which is home to an important Natural Reserve.
Restaurants in Orbetello
4.5 based on 769 reviews
Although it was July there wasn't that many people on the beach. We managed to easily find a spot with no one around us within 25meters. We were not far from the dog beach and it was so nice to see people enjoying the beach with their dogs.
The water is shallow which makes the experience even more pleasant.
It was easy to park the car and the parking rate was reasonable.
Even though it is necessary to walk through the pines trees to reach the beach, they are not along it. It is not possible to hang a hammock and enjoy the shade.
An umbrella is needed to create some shade.
4 based on 388 reviews
4.5 based on 208 reviews
The beach is hidden in a small bay which makes it both harder to access yet also not so crowded and cozy. It provides all standard services and equipment, however there's no free shower (token only), toilets are kind of provisional and smelly. What is nice is that the terraces are covered with grass, which makes it pleasant to walk around. Unfortunately the access to the sea is rather full of stones which makes it harder to enter and exit the sea.
4.5 based on 116 reviews
Wild nature beach ..bit of long walk back up but worth it..good for children to snorkel safely, even has a man providing umbrellas, snacks and real espresso
5 based on 38 reviews
I found this tour because of the site listed below. It was one of the best tours I've run across. A hidden secret! Paolo is one of the most passionate people I've ever met. While he doesn't speak English he does his best to communicate with his guest who don't speak Italian. He's very well published in National Geographic, Food & Wine, and more. The trip costs about 100 euro for the whole day and this includes breakfast, lunch, cave tours, private beach, and more! This area is truly the heart of Tuscany! A must see and do.
Take a trip out for the day with a Maremma fisherman by Donna Stiles- See more at: http://www.maremmaguide.com/things-to-do-in-maremma.html#sthash.0XOJqiJF.dpuf
In the small port of Talamone you will find the fishing boat of a Maremmano fisherman and environmental guide by the name of Paolo Fanciulli. Featured in many of the official Tuscany tourism videos for Maremma, Poalo offers visitors the possibility of a whole day out at sea fishing with him whilst he tells you about the sea creatures and plant life that you will see and the environmental issues that face these coastal waters. You get to eat some of the catch in the nets as he and his assistant grill the fish and serve it along with other local speciality foods for lunch. Depending on which trip you take, you can also get to see the spectacular coast of the protected Parco Regionale della Maremma from the sea. With a stop-off on the beautiful, did I say beautiful, white sand cove of Cala di Forno, to which access is restricted from land (the footpaths are closed throughout the summer) and requires a difficult six hour and 12.8 km trek when they are open! You get to get there by boat. Contact Poalo via www.paoloilpescatore.it
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Place with ruins of old town of Cosa plus small museum, pretty interesting for one afternoon, great view from top! Ticket costs only 2 euro pro person, and first sunday of the month is free of charge, well worth a visit..
5 based on 13 reviews
azienda vinicola decisamente eccelsa ... vini di ottima qualità .. tutti... posizionata a pochi kilometri da Fonteblanda offre una vasta qualità di prodotti vinicoli .. professionalità e gentilezza ai massimi livelli da parte dei proprietari ... nel complesso davvero tutto magnifico
4.5 based on 87 reviews
La cortesia e gentilezza contraddistingue questo stabilimento, oltre alla pulizia della spiaggia e i vari servizi. Fortemente consigliato.
Ps suggerisco di prolungare l'orario almeno fino alle 19.30 :)
4 based on 444 reviews
the beach where to go if u in porto ercole, just next to cala galera Harbour, offers restaurants and a fine beach ...èarking can be diffucult in high season so make sure u find a place by calling one of the guys that look after the parking lot........a nice place and decent seaside...
4 based on 128 reviews
There is cute beach changing rooms and a small bar and snack stand on the beach. The views are beautiful and you can dive from the rocks into the crystal clear water. We spent a couple hours swimming and having lunch. The food was very good.
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