Sassetta - Tuscany

Podere lo Stollo

The town of Sassetta is part of the Etruscan Coast, this is how this corner of Tuscany is defined. Protected parks and oases, wildlife refuges, forests and thick pine forests, a clear sea with colors that fade from emerald green to intense blue, awarded with the Blue Flags of the European Union, medieval villages and Etruscan settlements make this land unique, here, where each season of the year has its poignant beauty.


Bolgheri wines

Let yourself be enchanted by the beauty of the Viale dei Cipressi, on the suggestive Wine and Oil Route, the via Bolgherese, dotted with wineries, renowned all over the world. Great wines, super Tuscans, and typical Tuscan cuisine will delight your palate, in the numerous dining options in the historic centers of Bolgheri, Castagneto Carducci and Sassetta.


The Etruscan Coast

The Etruscan Coast is the earthly paradise of the Tuscan coast where nature wild and fairytale panoramas are the protagonists. Sea, art, history, culture and good gastronomy, a winning mix that attracts visitors from all over the world every year, so named for the numerous Etruscan necropolises present mainly between the Gulf of Baratti and Populonia. The beautiful beaches of fine sand boast a magnificent award-winning crystal clear sea with important awards. The mild climate all year round, the thick pine forests, the parks and the protected oases make the Etruscan Coast a dream location appreciated twelve months a year.


Cities of art

Lovers of cities of art can discover Volterra (50 Km), San Gimingnano (70 Km), Pisa (90 Km), Florence (150 Km), Siena (90 Km) with daily trips. Nature lovers will not miss the WWF oasis of Bolgheri (13 km) and the Uccellina Natural Park (80 km).
The nearby islands of Elba, Capraia and Giglio can also be reached by crossing daily departing from the port of Piombino.
It is possible to choose a suggestive cultural trip to the Etruscan finds of Populonia / Baratti, to the Archaeological Mines Park of San Silvestro and visit the Museum of Piombino. The nearby medieval villages such as Massa Marittima, Castagneto Carducci, Bolgheri, Suvereto and Campiglia Marittima are fascinating.