Tuscany by bike here are the best routes in Maremma.
If you are a cycling enthusiast and are looking for the best bike routes to do in Maremma, here are your favorite routes.
The advice is to cross the Grosseto Maremma: between sea, beaches, woods and hills it will be a pleasure to lose yourself among the beauty of the area.
It is an area rich in ecosystems, biodiversity and routes to be traveled on foot, by bicycle, horseback, carriage or canoe.
By visiting the Regional Park website you can discover the best bike routes in Maremma and choose the one that best suits your needs, from the easiest to the most challenging.
This is a project conceived by the Morellino di Scansano Consortium and Saturnia Bike aimed at promoting the development of wine tourism: an opportunity to visit the area between history and nature.
The loop tour, about 65 km long, passes through Grosseto, Magliano in Toscana and Scansano.
A simple itinerary, nice to follow and suitable for everyone!
This section of the Bicycle Trail of the Sun is about 94 kilometers long and runs along the Maremma coast through the seaside villages of Castiglion della Pescaia and Marina di Grosseto to the historic center of Grosseto.
It passes through Montiano and arrives at Magliano in Toscana, the last stop before deciding whether to detour to Argentario or continue straight on to Capalbio, and end the itinerary.
This section of the Sun Cycle Route is definitely a good opportunity to cross the Maremma and fully enjoy all the landscapes that characterize it!
And right in the heart of Maremma, just 20 minutes from the sea, is a luxury farmhouse nestled in the green Tuscan countryside: Le Versegge Resort & Restaurant, long owned by the Guicciardini Corsi Salviati family.
Here you have the opportunity to stay overnight in comfortable suites, apartments or Bed&Breakfast solutions, under the banner of peace and relaxation typical of these hills.
The complex, located in Braccagni and consisting of a former farm, train station and school, now includes the Re Sugo restaurant, described by many as "a window on the Maremma of taste"-a true culinary paradise between innovation and tradition.