Points of interest

Some tips on what to see…

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Acquedotto Lorenese

The Roman-style aqueduct, with its impressive brick arches still visible, was built in the 19th century to solve the shortage of running and drinking water in Campiglia Marittima. Today, you can visit it in the surrounding woods and countryside along the path called La via delle fonti.

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Rocca di Campiglia

The Rocca di Campiglia Marittima dominates the medieval village and is also considered the old town center. The fortress is what remains of the stone castle built in the 12th century AD. By the Della Gherardesca counts. Inside the walls there is the Cassero building, which is home to the Museo della Rocca, where you can retrace the urban events of the important medieval village.

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San Silvestro

In the Archaeological Mines Park of San Silvestro you can find mining galleries and a medieval miners and smelters village founded a thousand years ago. In addition, museum areas and trekking routes of archaeological, mining and naturalistic interest enrich the visit.

Campiglia Marittima

Campiglia, situated on a hill from which it dominates both sea and countryside, is one of the most beautiful medieval villages of the Tuscan Coast. The old town is surrounded by the stunning city walls and with its paved alleys and the 15th century Palazzo Pretorio it exudes great architectural harmony.

In this land full of very old traditions, at the center of the Val di Cornia, you can find suggestive evidences of Etruscan, Roman and medieval civilisations.
The Forni fusori of the Val Fucinaia, that date back to the 7th/8th century BC. and the Archaeological Mines Park of San Silvestro, splendid open-air museum, tell the fascinating story of metalworking in the Etruscan times and in the following centuries.

Campiglia Marittima

Campiglia, situated on a hill from which it dominates both sea and countryside, is one of the most beautiful medieval villages of the Tuscan Coast. The old town is surrounded by the stunning city walls and with its paved alleys and the 15th century Palazzo Pretorio it exudes great architectural harmony.

In this land full of very old traditions, at the center of the Val di Cornia, you can find suggestive evidences of Etruscan, Roman and medieval civilisations.
The Forni fusori of the Val Fucinaia, that date back to the 7th/8th century BC. and the Archaeological Mines Park of San Silvestro, splendid open-air museum, tell the fascinating story of metalworking in the Etruscan times and in the following centuries.

Terme

Terme del Calidario, the thermal baths in Venturina Terme that were already known in Roman and Etruscan times, are today well-equipped places for psycho-physical wellness.
The old Natural Spring is today an integral part of Calidario Terme Etrusche, a modern thermal structure surrounded by the green of the splendid pinewoods that connects the old spring, with water temperatures at 36 degrees and that flows in the pond Calidario, to an elegant spa.

Val di Cornia

Among the olive groves, the vineyards and the Mediterranean scrub winds its way the refined DOC Val di Cornia, where you can find different types of farms that produce great local extra virgin olive oil and other delicious products.
The history, art and folklore are revived in the festivals and events that happen every year and in the performances that take place at the beautiful theatre, Teatro dei Concordi.