Maremma: beautiful beach holidays on the Tuscan coast
Seaside resort:

Maremma in brief


Visit Maremma for spectacular beaches, rugged countryside, long scenic walks, thermal springs, historical attractions, wine estates, biking and nature reserves.


Western Italy

Nearest airport:

Rome Leonardo da Vinci

Key resorts & areas:

La Feniglia, Marina di Alberese, Punta Ala, Cala Violina Talamone, Cala di Forno

Major sights & activities:

Hiking, snorkelling, Castiglione della Pescaia, Massa Marittima, Mining Park of Gavorrano, Saturnia hot springs

Best time to go

June to September; July and August is the peak season

Did you know?

One of the main attractions in Maremma is the thermal springs in Saturnia. Legend has it that they were created when the god Jupiter’s thunderbolt fell to the earth in a battle with Saturn.


Beach holidays in Maremma


Maremma is an area along the southern stretch of the coast in Tuscany that is attractive for its beaches, clear seas and rugged countryside.

This was once an under-frequented part of Italy that now draws more tourists from overseas in particular, but there are still some delightfully quiet spots, especially if you avoid the peak season. One particular highlight is the thermal springs at Saturnia - perfect for a day of relaxation.

There are many seaside destinations to choose from, which can make it difficult to narrow down your choices! Here are some of the most notable ones:


La Feniglia

Located in the scenic Monte Argentario area, La Feniglia is a 7 km beach largely made up of dunes and backed by pine woods. The area has an island feel to it, as Argentario juts out into the sea and is connected to the mainland by the beach. The clear waters are attractive and the beach is one of the most popular in Maremma.


Marina di Alberese

This 7 km sand beach is another highly popular holiday destination. Parts of the beach are very quiet and there’s even a nudist section a few kilometres down. It can get pretty busy in the summer, when the strictly-controlled parking spaces are in high demand, so it might be worth avoiding visiting in August.


Punta Ala

Punta Ala has two beaches, one in the direction of the Balbo Villa and the other along Via della Dogana. The former can get busy during the peak season but the area in general is more sophisticated than some of the more touristy parts of Maremma.


Cala Violina

This white sand cove is backed by woods and is one of the prettiest beaches in Maremma. There are numerous areas of natural interest nearby and it’s only possible to get to the beach on foot, horseback or bike. Its name stems from a legend about the sand in Cala Violina sounding like violins when you walk on it.



There are several beaches of note in the Talamone area. Spiaggia della Fertilia is the main beach and particularly ideal for windsurfing and kitesurfing, while Bengodi Beach is quieter and perfect for relaxation. Bagno delle Donne is busier but has a couple of secluded spots. The village of Talamone offers a fortress and great views of the Silver Coast.


Cala di Forno

Located in the middle of a natural park, Cala di Forno is extremely pretty and popular with families thanks to the shallow waters. Not much of the surrounding park is open to the public, but it’s still possible to appreciate your surroundings from the beach. 


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