MAREMMA REGIONAL PARK
NATURE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
With its 100 square kilometres, the Maremma Regional Park is the best known preserved natural environment. Its territory stretches from the Talamone promontory to the mouth of the Ombrone river; it is an area rich in ecosystems, where biodiversity is unparalleled.
There are many different routes to visit the park, depending on the season, duration and difficulty. You can set out on walks alone or in groups, perhaps accompanied by a guide. The park can also be explored by horse, carriage, bike or canoe.
Be inspired by a myriad of colours, scents and sounds: some 270 species of birds live here and will enchant you with their gentle songs. Hares, hedgehogs, foxes, badgers, porcupines and wild boars can also be seen in the wild.
Maremma Regional Park