Pitigliano, village of Etruscan origin, was built on a hill of tufa in which were dug tunnels, tombs, cellars and alleyways and during various periods and under various Roman and Lombard dominations. The tufa rock formations, tourist fortune of Pitigliano, ranging from simple natural caves to the most ancient houses, as well as an integral part of the most famous Etruscan necropolis and vie cave.
For the environmental context in which it is located and for the historical and artistic importance, Capalbio was also nicknamed Little Athens, also the town has been awarded the 5 sails for the sea!
Talamone is a small medieval village perched on a promontory overlooking the sea offering a beautiful view overlooking the Monte Argentario and the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago.
It maintains the appearance of a fishing village where you can taste the fresh fish both offshore and in the nearby lagoon of Orbetello, in full sea atmosphere.
The city of Orbetello is located in the middle of the lagoon and is connected to Monte Argentario by a road built on an artificial embankment, which divided the lagoon Lagoon of east and west.