EASY CAMPING / Camping in Grosseto & Talamone


Discover the highlights of the area and our insider tips.

Abbazia di San Galgano

The remains of the Abbey are located near Chiusdino, between Siena and Massa Marittima: the Abbey was home to one of the most important Tuscan monasteries. Galgano Guidotti, after taking the Cistercian habit, had a chapel built on Mount Siepi, where he then chose to die as a hermit. The Cistercian monks later built an oratory and a building in honor of the monk, who later became a saint. Today the Abbey is considered one of the most important works of Gothic-Cistercian architecture in Italy.

Chianti Sculpture Park (Chianti)

The Chianti Sculpture Park is a permanent exhibition of contemporary installations and sculptures integrated into nature in the heart of Tuscany, between Siena and Florence. Each artist visited the forest and therefore made a specific proposal for the chosen place. Inside the park there is an amphitheater, where many events and concerts are organized in July and August, open to all visitors. Along the road towards the park, you can admire some works of the Pievasciata B.A.C. Borgo of Contemporary Art.

Giardino dei Tarocchi (Capalbio)

Work created by the artist Niki de Saint Phalle in Capalbio, in southern Tuscany, on the border with Lazio. The Garden, which is located within an olive plantation, is accessed from an entrance pavilion designed by the Ticino architect Mario Botta in collaboration with the Grosseto architect Roberto Aureli. The space is populated by figures inspired by the major arcana of the tarot, that is 22 statues that recall, in more playful forms, the “monsters” that populate the well-known Viterbo park of Bomarzo.

Giardino di Daniel Spoerri (Monte Amiata)

The garden of Daniel Spoerri is an artistic park in the municipality of Seggiano, on the Grosseto side of Monte Amiata. The park was conceived by the artist Daniel Spoerri, who arrived in Tuscany in the early nineties. At his home / laboratory he has created a park-museum of sculptures and installations, inserted in the natural context in a fake scattered order.

Golfo di Baratti (Piombino)

The Gulf of Baratti is a small glimpse of unspoiled nature a few steps from Piombino, on the Tuscan coastal stretch that continues from Livorno towards Grosseto. A destination within reach of all those who are visiting the area and want to appreciate a corner of the world where nature and history come together, giving life to a timeless place.

Populonia (Piombino)

Populonia rises on the Gulf of Baratti on the northern tip of the Piombino promontory and is the only large Etruscan city truly on the sea. There are three sites that can be visited: the Acropolis of Populonia in Upper Populonia and the necropolis of Grotte and San Cerbone with entrance to the Gulf of Baratti. The visit to these three sites is subject to a fee. For lovers of adventure and walking there is also the necropolis of Buca delle Fate

EASY CAMPING / Camping in Grosseto & Talamone

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