Planning that great Maremman holiday? Wondering what worth's seeing? Or just looking for some advice and insider tips about great restaurants/beaches or must-see attractions?
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Hi, the best advice I can give is to contact the realtors directly. Those based in the Castel del Piano area. You don't want to seek out international agencies as they'll charge you more. You're better off finding someone local. Most speak English - underline most! a quick google search for "agenzia immobiliare Castel del Piano" will give you a list of the agencies. They're not likely to have websites, so you might have to call the number listed on the white pages.
Hi, definitely Monte Argentario. It's far more scenic and the restaurants are better, plus the travel distance is non-existent, so you can still see everything in the area, including Grosseto without spending more than an hour in the car.
Hi, you can see the frescoes themselves at Vulci and photos and models of the frescos at the Vulci museum. All the best, Elisa
Hi, cooking classes are really hard to find in the Maremma because no one does them with great regularity. The best thing to do is ask your b&b if they have any ideas. Otherwise your best best is Trattoria Toscana, which is a Michelin star restaurant in Castiglione della Pescaia that periodically organises cooking classes
Hi, you can see flamingoes around Orbetello's lagoon. But it all depends on the season. They aren't there all year round. Usually you can see them in autumn or winter and the park is open from the beginning of September until 30 April.