What to do and see in Province of Grosseto, Italy: The Best Places and Tips

December 31, 2017 Tambra Mccollister

The Province of Grosseto (Italian: Provincia di Grosseto) is a province in the Tuscany region of Italy. Its capital is the city of Grosseto. As of 2013 the province had a total population of 225,098 people. The CIMA Festival is a gathering of classical music lovers in Monte Argentario.
Restaurants in Province of Grosseto

1. Pitigliano Centro Storico

58017 Pitigliano, Italy +39 328 691 5908
Excellent
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4.5 based on 733 reviews

Pitigliano Centro Storico

Reviewed By mjpileggi - Frederick, MD

I've always wanted to visit Pitgliano. The views from across the valley are spectacular! The old town area is lovely to walk around. Good dining options. I based myself at Farmhouse Villa Vacasio, 2.5 miles from town. Great place to stay, as parking i town is very limited.

2. Duomo Cattedrale di San Cerbone

Piazza Garibaldi, Massa Marittima, Italy +39 0566 902237
Excellent
70%
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4.5 based on 431 reviews

Duomo Cattedrale di San Cerbone

Reviewed By westy54 - Sydney

Large duomo in the form of a basilica with an apse and two aisles. The 13th century bell tower is an original but there is a 19th century extension at the top.
The interior is quite large and some what stark - not so much beautiful as interesting. There are a number of partial frescoes painted from the 12th to the 15th century. There is a Roman sarcophagus dating from the 4th century, an enormous baptismal font from the 13th century and several paintings and a couple of stained glass windows. The ark of Saint Cerbonius, dating from the 14th century is behind the alter.
Entrance is free and it is worth a visit if in town.

3. Piazza del Castello di Montemerano

Piazza del Castello, 58014 Montemerano, Manciano, Italy +39 0564 620532
Excellent
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4.5 based on 336 reviews

Piazza del Castello di Montemerano

The Castle Square of Montemerano, was the largest and most important, was the parade ground for soldiers stationed in the castle, which were training here and could move about easily in the event of an assault. Suggestive passage to access it, you will cross a arch that frames.

Reviewed By Lloyd L - Atlanta, Georgia

When we visited Italy we chose to stay in Semproniano rather than a large city. While exploring the Tuscany area, we happened upon Montemerano and took time to explore. Wonderful architecture..........great place to take photographs.

4. La Playa del Carma

Via della Torre, 58012 Campese, Isola Del Giglio, Italy +39 339 423 7614
Excellent
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4.5 based on 117 reviews

La Playa del Carma

Reviewed By MaximilianF - Carmignano, Toscana, Italy

Very nice beach to chill out and relax, they offer very big umbrella and lawn chairs.
It's close to all the bars and restaurants giving you the chance to grab a meal and lay back in the sun. They offered as well canoa rentals for about 10euro an hour.

5. Spiaggia delle Caldane

Isola del Giglio, 58021, Isola Del Giglio, Italy +39 331 932 7471
Excellent
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4.5 based on 303 reviews

Spiaggia delle Caldane

Reviewed By Marcin G - Rome, Italy

Firstly, it is important to mention that there are not many sandy Beaches on Isola Di Giglio. It’s a piece of rock sticking out of the sea. This small beach is a gem on the island. It is accessible from the main port by boat, kayak etc. However, I have also seen people walking to the beach so there must be an access from the land as well. Definitely, worth a visit if you are on the island.

6. Chiesa di San Giorgio

Montemerano, Manciano, Italy +39 0564 620496
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4.5 based on 122 reviews

Chiesa di San Giorgio

Reviewed By GreyForestSojourner - Helotes, Texas

One of the most beautiful small churches we have visited in Italy.....and we have visited hundreds! Exquisite frescos, statuary, architecture and of course....."The Cat Hole"! A must see in this absolutely charming village!

7. Giglio Island

Isola Del Giglio, Italy +39 0564 809400
Excellent
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4.5 based on 604 reviews

Giglio Island

Reviewed By jackncindy - tempe az

This island is gorgeous and crisscrossed with lovely trails. Just rent a scooter when you get there and you are free to explore. It seems there are several places (near the castle) designed for short term rental, with laundry - perfect for hikers! And DO go to Ristorante Di Santi while you are here (it would be a crime to miss it.)

8. Cascate del Mulino

Saturnia, Manciano, Italy
Excellent
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4.5 based on 3 reviews

Cascate del Mulino

Reviewed By CesarettiDaSpoleto - London, United Kingdom

Sunny January day, perfect scenery. Absolutely loved spending hours soaking in the 37 degrees Celsius water. Relaxing and good for the skin. Be prepared: no facilities available. Get changed in the car, keep an eye on your belongings. Visit the Waterfalls and the stream above. Totally free

9. Enoteca Scansanese

Via XX Settembre 15-17, Scansano, Italy +39 0564 507263
Excellent
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4.5 based on 92 reviews

Enoteca Scansanese

Reviewed By Tadeusz S - Warsaw, Poland

Each year we visit SCANSANO ... this enoteca is our favorite place to do shopping and enjoy our stay in the Maremma region ... Walking around the old town you cannot fail to notice Enoteca Scansanese and thus to taste great wines while also tasting the “produzione propria” of the region. Mr Alessandro is always very helpful to meet the mix of price and taste requirements for Morelino wine… No need to say that Morelino di Scansano from Mr Alessandro is one of our favorite family wines….
Alessandro, thank you for your hospitality and see you next year ....

10. Bagno Il Delfino

Localita Campese, 58012, Isola Del Giglio, Italy +39 338 822 0438
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5 based on 83 reviews

Bagno Il Delfino

Reviewed By Roberto S - London, United Kingdom

My family and I visited Bagno il Delfino in August. We were amazed at the facilities available (i.e. toilet, shower, play area for kids). There is plenty of space for everybody and nothing is too much trouble for Donatella and Pino who are always available to make your stay extra special. This lovely family-run establishment is a must-visit in this idyllic small island off the coast of Tuscany. Looking forward to planning our next visit.

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