The seaside resorts of Talamone, Marina di Alberese and Castiglione della Pescaia are a 45-minute drive from the Villa Il Passo degli Ulivi.
And for those who feel like daring, the unique locations of Orbetello and Mount Argentario can also be reached within 1 hour by car.


A delightful village of 280 inhabitants on a rocky promontory, fortified by the Aldobrandeschi in the 13th century.

For the lovers.

Marina di Alberese

Immersed in the Natural Park "Parco dell'Uccellina", access to Marina di Alberese is allowed by shuttle bus or by car, subject to availability.
In the park it is possible to rent bicycles or book lovely horseback rides. The park is rich in local fauna such as "Chianina cows", "Maremma horses" and wild boar.
The centuries-old pine forest has unfortunately suffered extensive damage due to marine erosion. The fallen pine trunks that adorn the beach, making it a unique and wild place, will make your day at the beach unique and unforgettable.

For nature lovers (attention pets not allowed).

Castiglione della Pescaia

The hottest spot in Grosseto's summer, for the youth, full of clubs and restaurants to suit all budgets. The place to be, both on the beach and by night.

For those who want to be social.


A unique village in the middle of a lagoon, a nature reserve. One of my favourites.

Not to be missed.

Mount Argentario

Its peninsular geography and crystal clear sea have made it a favourite destination for VIPs over the years.
The two main villages, Porto Santo Stefano and Porto Ercole, must be seen. Warning: the road that goes around the mountain is unfortunately sometimes closed for the privacy of the wealthy residents, who allegedly do not appreciate curious onlookers.
The picture to the side shows a view of Porto Ercole and the Spanish Fort.

For those seeking the best.