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Make a holiday rental home or villa in Talamone, Italy your home away from home

Talamone is something of a hidden gem, tucked away in a quiet corner of beautiful Grosseto. The town sits on a rocky promontory on the southern border of the Maremma Nature Reserve, meaning it is a great location to use as a base if you plan days of walking, hiking and mountain biking in this particularly unspoilt part of Tuscany. Talamone accommodation is a good alternative to staying in Orbetello, and the town can also be a great destination for a relaxing beach holiday.

Things to do in Talamone, Italy

The first thing to note with Talamone is that despite its seemingly isolated location, it is actually easy to access by car, being a 25-minute detour off the famous Via Aurelia Roman road, which runs between Roma and Pisa. This means that getting to and from your Talamone villa from the airport is an easy task, and you also have close access for your day trips around the region.

Talamone itself is actually a frazione (parish) of nearby Orbetello, but has enough history and significance to warrant its own listing as a potential holiday rental destination. The town is laid-back and peaceful, with basic amenities and a traditional way of life. Centuries-old churches, coastal fortifications, town walls and ancient towers will also keep the history-lovers happy.

The 9000 hectare Maremma Regional Park is a popular destination for those staying in Talamone, and is home to a diverse range of plant and animal life. Marshlands, sandy coast, rocky cliffs, wild berries and aromatic shrubs are just a few of the things you can expect to see if you decide to explore this scenic area, and the park is also the start and finish point for a number of excellent nature trails.

Places to visit on holiday in Talamone, Italy

A Talamone villa can be used as a base for exploring Grosseto – a region of beach towns, medieval settlements and unspoilt countryside. One of the nicest spots is Pitigliano (55km), which is nearly an hour's drive away, but well worth the effort due to its many historic sites of interest, which date back through the varying periods of history.

Weather in Talamone, Italy

Spring and summer are the best times in which to visit Talamone, as temperatures are warm and pleasant and rainfall it at its lowest point. Autumn and winter remain mild and sunny, but experience more in the way of rainfall – so remember to pack an umbrella!

Flights to Talamone, Italy

Although Grosseto has an airport, it does not receive direct from the UK. Instead, the best bet to reaching your self-catering accommodation in Talamone is to fly to any one of Rome Fiumicino (FCO), Florence Peretola (FLR) or Pisa Galileo Galilei (PSA) airports – all of which are around two hours drive away.

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Perfect Panorama and Location

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It's all about the view. Standing on the terrace, the seascape takes your breath away. I say standing because the waist high hedge spoils the view if you are sitting down; I am short, it's true but my completely respectable height husband confirmed the problem. I suppose it is there to stop infants hurling themselves into the abyss (although surely good parenting could control that?) However, this is sheer nit picking on my part because I love to relax in comfort and look at the sea. And what a sea! You also get two islands to gaze at plus all the comings & goings of the sea faring craft, perfection. It's also about location and isolation. OK, not real, proper isolation because Monte Argentario is small and tourism prospers. In fact, it is 5 minutes from the main town on the "island that isn't an island" but you wouldn't know that because this is that rarest of beasts in Italy ... peaceful. Hardly any neighbours; the owner's house is quietly & invisibly placed nearby and there seemed to be another house below to the left, invisible but slightly audible. That is the equivalent of absolute silence anywhere in Italy. And of course because of Argentario's curious geography it doesn't suffer from the abominable coastal railway that plagues all other seasides in Italy. Inside, the house is surprisingly spacious for a little place. Our party of two plus Gelert the Welsh Terrier never felt cramped nor fell over our belongings. There's a ton of wardrobe space in the bedroom, the bed is more than usually comfortable and there's an AC unit, although we didn't need to use it. The bathroom is a good size & has a nice shower with good water pressure. In the main room, the large sofa is blissfully comfortable (some rental places have the worst cheap furniture but not here) and you can still see that fab view from inside, on the comfy sofa. For Brits, it is a bit light on kitchen utensils & crockery etc. We are used to having more stuff but it isn't like that in Italy, cooks are clever and use fewer gadgets. There isn't a microwave, which might bother some folks but not us. The fridge is spacious and there's a dishwasher too. The oven is modern, clean and simple but if you don't use the BBQ and pizza oven every evening then you don't deserve to be in Italy! Being bijou, there are no further rooms to review but it is worth restating that the house has Tardis-like qualities. Also, the owner made us a delicious crostata (apricot jam tart), yum! We will be back asap
  • Review Submitted: May 24, 2017
  • Date of Stay: May 2017

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We went again this year, so much did we enjoy it last time. Perfect for a group of friends or family: comfortable bedrooms, lovely terrace overlooking sea below, with big table for long lunches/suppers. Well big equipped kitchen. We will be going again.
  • Review Submitted: May 23, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Apr 2017