Discovering the Tuscan Maremma

Discover the authentic beauty of the Tuscan Maremma at Agriturismo TerraMadre, charmingly located in Montebamboli, near Massa Marittima.
Our privileged location allows you to explore the treasures of this fascinating region, surrounded by unspoilt nature and enjoying peace and tranquillity.
We are the ideal base for discovering all that the Tuscan Maremma has to offer.

Massa Marittima

Massa Marittima is a picturesque town located in the hinterland of the Tuscan Maremma. Characterised by a rich historical and artistic heritage, it offers an evocative medieval atmosphere. The historical centre of Massa Marittima is dominated by the majestic Cathedral of San Cerbone, with its Romanesque façade and precious frescoes. The narrow streets of the village lead to charming squares, such as Piazza Garibaldi, ideal for tasting local delicacies in typical trattorias. Massa Marittima is also surrounded by unspoilt nature, with verdant hills and breathtaking views, inviting for hikes and regenerating walks.
With its authenticity, history and the beauty of the surrounding landscape, Massa Marittima is a perfect destination for a holiday of culture and relaxation.


Follonica is a beautiful seaside resort on the Tuscan coast, known for its wide beaches of golden sand and crystal-clear sea. Follonica’s seafront promenade is animated by bathing establishments, restaurants, bars and shops, offering a wide range of services and entertainment for visitors.

This coastal town also boasts a rich industrial history, linked to the ancient tradition of ironworking, as evidenced by the Iron Museum and the Valli Castle. Follonica is an ideal place to practice water sports, such as windsurfing and sailing, or simply to relax on the beach and enjoy the Mediterranean climate.


Suvereto is a charming medieval village located in the province of Livorno, Tuscany. With its cobbled streets, picturesque alleys and ancient walls surrounding it, Suvereto exudes history and authenticity. Strolling through the historical centre, one can admire its medieval buildings, such as the Castle and the Church of San Giusto.
The village is also famous for its production of high-quality wine and olive oil, which can be sampled at local wine cellars.

With its hilltop location and splendid views of the surrounding Tuscan countryside, Suvereto is a must for lovers of culture, history and good food.


The beaches near Follonica are some of the most beautiful on the Tuscan coast.
Prominent among them is Cala Violina beach, characterised by fine sand and crystal-clear water, perfect for a refreshing dip. Another unmissable destination is the Gulf of Baratti, with its golden sandy beaches and the Etruscan ruins of Populonia rising majestically on the hill. Finally, the Torre Mozza beach offers a mix of breathtaking scenery, transparent waters and a relaxed atmosphere, making it an ideal destination to enjoy the sea in tranquillity.


Torre Mozza

Torre Mozza beach is one of the hidden gems of the Tuscan coast. Located between the towns of Follonica and Piombino, this enchanting beach is characterised by a long stretch of fine, golden sand and crystal-clear sea.
The presence of the characteristic Torre Mozza, an ancient defensive building overlooking the sea, adds a touch of historical charm to the beach. Here, sun and sea lovers can enjoy relaxing days, sunbathing on the sand or taking a swim in the turquoise waters.
The Torre Mozza beach is also well equipped, with services such as bathing establishments, bars and restaurants nearby.


The beaches of the Gulf of Baratti on the Tuscan coast are a true paradise for sea and nature lovers. With their crystal-clear waters and golden sandy beaches, they offer the perfect environment to relax and enjoy the sun. The Gulf of Baratti is also an area rich in history and culture, thanks to the proximity of the Etruscan ruins of Populonia.
The beaches of the Gulf of Baratti are ideal for water sports such as snorkelling, windsurfing and kayaking.

Cala Violina

Cala Violina is one of the most enchanting and unspoilt beaches on the Tuscan coast, located on the stretch of coast between Follonica and Punta Ala. This beach takes its name from the fine, golden sand that produces a violin-like sound when trodden on. The crystal-clear waters of Cala Violina invite for a refreshing dip and are perfect for snorkelling thanks to the wealth of marine life.
Surrounded by a dense pine forest, Cala Violina also offers an oasis of coolness and natural shade, ideal for a break from the sun. Its natural beauty and unspoilt environment make it a must for sea and nature lovers.


Le Biancane

The Biancane di Monterotondo are an extraordinary natural attraction located in the Tuscan countryside, near the municipality of Monterotondo Marittimo. This unique geothermal area offers a surreal panorama, characterised by fumaroles, thermal springs, boiling mud pools and vaporisation emerging from underground.

The Biancane di Monterotondo are a spectacle of colours and shapes, with the ground taking on white and yellow tones due to the mineral deposits present. This enchanting place is a true natural laboratory, where it is possible to admire geothermal and volcanic phenomena in action.

A visit to the Biancane di Monterotondo offers a unique and evocative experience. Walking along specially signposted paths, one has the opportunity to observe the fumaroles emitting vapours up close and to admire the evocative pools of boiling mud. The feeling of being in an alien world is truly extraordinary.

Accesa Lake

This lake with its crystal-clear waters is located near the municipality of Massa Marittima and is surrounded by lush vegetation and green hills.

It is an ideal destination for lovers of nature and water sports. It is also possible to take pleasant walks along its shores or relax on fine sandy beaches.

The lake is also rich in history and legends. According to tradition, its waters still hide a treasure, linked to an ancient love story. This lends an aura of mystery and fascination to the place, making it even more fascinating to explore.

Accesa Lake is surrounded by a nature reserve, home to a variety of animal and plant species. It is possible to spot migratory birds, turtles and fish, making the area a paradise for biodiversity lovers and birdwatchers.

Colline Metallifere National Park

The Colline Metallifere National Park is a hidden gem in the heart of Tuscany, an unmissable destination for lovers of nature and breathtaking scenery. Located between the provinces of Grosseto and Livorno, this park offers a wide range of landscapes, from verdant hills to sparkling rivers and lush forests.

The Colline Metallifere owe their name to the richness of their soils in minerals, which have been mined since ancient times. Today, the remains of the ancient mines bear witness to the history and tradition of this land, and can be visited to discover their unique charm.

Within the National Park, visitors can enjoy numerous outdoor activities, such as hiking along scenic trails, horseback riding and mountain biking. The panoramas that open up before you are simply breathtaking, with views stretching as far as the sea.

Where we are
Montebamboli, Massa Marittima 58024 (GR) - Italy

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