Points of interest

Some tips on what to see…

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Palazzo comunale

By deviating from the main street on Via Piace you can quickly reach the Town Hall, beautiful example of medieval construction.

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Mura

The town gate shows the way to start your visit inside the village. Via Magenta, known in the past with many other names, allows to access to the main street of the town and leads to the second town gate, Porta Sassetta.

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Rocca Aldobrandesca

Located on the highest point of the village, the fortress is a good panoramic point over the Val di Cornia. Originally it had a military function and in the 19th century was used for civilian functions.

Suvereto

Suvereto is a suggestive village of medieval origini, jewel of rare beauty nestled in the green of the surrounding hills and sea.
Inside the town, surrounded by ancient and mighty walls composed of eight towers, art and history blend together.
Paved alleys and stone buildings frame the majesty of the 13th century Town Hall, considered one of the most beautiful example of Tuscan civil architecture of the Middle Ages, to the wonderful square-plan Cloister of San Francesco, where every side has five arches that rise on ancient pillars and the suggestive churches of San Giusto, gateway to the town and the 16th century Chiesa del Crocifisso.
Its history is ancient, as well as its traditions, as evidenced by the work of the artisans who bring to light the old crafts of working the cork, the carpenter, the chair mender and many are the wrought irons works. All splendid results of this commitment to reawaken popular memory, of linking the present to the past.

Suvereto

Suvereto is a suggestive village of medieval origini, jewel of rare beauty nestled in the green of the surrounding hills and sea.
Inside the town, surrounded by ancient and mighty walls composed of eight towers, art and history blend together.
Paved alleys and stone buildings frame the majesty of the 13th century Town Hall, considered one of the most beautiful example of Tuscan civil architecture of the Middle Ages, to the wonderful square-plan Cloister of San Francesco, where every side has five arches that rise on ancient pillars and the suggestive churches of San Giusto, gateway to the town and the 16th century Chiesa del Crocifisso.
Its history is ancient, as well as its traditions, as evidenced by the work of the artisans who bring to light the old crafts of working the cork, the carpenter, the chair mender and many are the wrought irons works. All splendid results of this commitment to reawaken popular memory, of linking the present to the past.

The village is surrounded by chestnut,
oak and cork woods the flourishing Mediterranean scrub with its balsamic flavours and the Montioni Nature Park that houses an impressive naturalistic heritage with biking and horseback riding routes, silent paths where it is often possible to meet birds, fallow deer, roe deer and wild boar. The Suvereto countryside is full of life with its rows of vines and the centuries-old olive groves, lush in farmhouses, oil mills, wineries and typical holiday farms where it is possible to taste the local food and wine excellences.
The municipality is part of the following associations: Città Slow, Città del Vino, Città dell’Olio – respectively dedicated to good living wine and oil – and Borghi più belli d’Italia, an association of Italy’s most beautiful villages. In addition, it was awarded the orange flag by the Touring Club Italiano. Suvereto is an amazing destination to spend a day or holiday dedicated to relax and good living.

The village is surrounded by chestnut,
oak and cork woods the flourishing Mediterranean scrub with its balsamic flavours and the Montioni Nature Park that houses an impressive naturalistic heritage with biking and horseback riding routes, silent paths where it is often possible to meet birds, fallow deer, roe deer and wild boar. The Suvereto countryside is full of life with its rows of vines and the centuries-old olive groves, lush in farmhouses, oil mills, wineries and typical holiday farms where it is possible to taste the local food and wine excellences.
The municipality is part of the following associations: Città Slow, Città del Vino, Città dell’Olio – respectively dedicated to good living wine and oil – and Borghi più belli d’Italia, an association of Italy’s most beautiful villages. In addition, it was awarded the orange flag by the Touring Club Italiano. Suvereto is an amazing destination to spend a day or holiday dedicated to relax and good living.