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Italy’s 5 Most Beautiful Villages

The I Borgli più belli d’Italia Association collects a good 217 marvels spread around throughout the Boot and 5 of them are ours, here in the Maremma. Have you ever seen them?
Let’s see what they are:

Montemerano, the intimate village of Manciano just a few kilometers from the famous Terme di Saturnia. A labyrinth of narrow streets among the stone houses embellished with their original wooden doors and colorful flowers adorning the stairwells, all accompanying you to the town’s main piazza, Piazza del Castello.

Pitigliano, the Little Jerusalem, the city of Tuff stone. Must-sees are the Synagogue, the Orsini Palace and its Diocesan Museum, as well as the Cattedrale dei Santi Pietro e Paolo, and the Santuario della Madonna delle Grazie. Remember, when leaving Pitigliano, be sure to look back at it from the road: as the Sun sets and the light hits the Tuff stone, the village is tinted with such bright colors that take your breath away.

Sovana, famous for its Etruscan Center, it’s a Medieval and Renaissance town, besides an Episcopal See. Don’t miss the Etruscan necropolis, the Aldobrandeschi Fortress, the Pretorian Palace and the churches of San Mamiliano, Santa Maria Maggiore and the Cattedrale dei Santi Pietro e Paolo.

Porto Ercole, Argentario’s small harbor, one of our territory’s gems. Surrounded by Renaissance fortresses, absolutely do not miss the chance to visit Forte Filippo, Forte Stella and the Rocca. We also recommend a drive along the Strada Panoramica which leads to the town of Porto Santo Stefano, also, obviously, a dive into the crystalline waters of the many Cale (coves): Acqua Dolce, Le Viste, Spiaggia Lunga…

Giglio Castello, Giglio’s highest village. With its impressive Aldobrandeschi Fortress and the town’s perfectly conserved walls, together with some watch towers, render this the perfect opportunity to overlook the Tyrrhenian Sea, and viewing the island of Giannutri to the southwest, and that of Montecristo to the west.

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