between the Tuscan Maremma and the Val d'Orcia, tucked between Roccastrada, Roccatederighi and Massa Marittima. In this oasis of natural beauty ranging from the fascinating seaside fortress of Castiglione della Pescaia beach to the celebrated vineyards of the Brunello di Montalcino, Casa Armini offers you a vacation of peace and tranquility, and the perfect climate to relax by our swimming pool or explore the surrounding area.
House 180 mq for 12 (+4) persons: large, traditional sitting room with stone fireplace, kitchen, 5 bedrooms with double beds with the possibility to add a single bed to two of the rooms, 1 berooms with 2 single bed 3 bathrooms, veranda overlooking the pool, sofabed in the sitting room, and panoramic terrace.
Each floor has an independent entrance, satellite TV, washing machine, dishwasher, private parking, barbecue.
to see and do: Few other parts of Italy have preserved its land like that of the Province of Grosseto. It is not, therefore, by chance that the nearly untouched environment of the Maremma, with its rolling hills, represents a true treasure for those who love and respect nature.
For nature lovers, the Maremma offers infinite opportunity to explore fascinating locations rich in history.
We can begin with the Maremma Nature Park with its canoe trips down the Ombrone river, the WWF Nature Reserve that includes Lake Burano, or the animal park of Mount Amiata, ideal for walks, rich in mountain flora and fauna.
We should not forget that Tuscany is among the most famous wine-producing regions in the world. Among its most valued products are the Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Chianti and the Vernaccia di S. Gimignano
We recommend five itineraries that will guide you in your discovery of the riches of the nearby province of Siena, which you can experience during the many festivals that take place throughout the year: from the Sagra del Tordo (Festival of the Thrush) at Montalcino, with its mediaeval dress and archery competition to the Cacio al Fuso (pecorino cheese) in Pienza and the Sagra del Fungo (Mushroom) in Castiglion d'Orcia.
• Val d'Orcia
San Gimignano with its 14 towers, Montepulciano with its magnificent historic centre, the Val d' Orcia that extends across a vast territory that includes Pienza, Montalcino, Castiglione d'Orcia, Radicofani and San Quirico
Your trip through mediaeval history begins with Massa Marittima, a town that charms and fascinates its visitors. In the nearby nature park you can walk among centuries-old trees and maybe encounter some of the many species of tortoises that make their home there
Not to be mised is the breathtaking panorama of Pitigliano embellished with 'tufo', a rock, volcanic in nature, that characterises and enriches the landscape. Look for the caves and tunnels carved from the rock that preserve the vintage wines known as 'Bianco di Pitigliano'.
Thermal Baths and Etruscan Remains
In just 40 minutes, you can arrive at the Terme di Saturnia thermal baths. Lesser known, but just as lovely are those of Bagno Vignoni, or the natural baths of the Valle del Farma and Petriolo, both reachable in only 15 minutes.
Not far away (20 minutes) you can discover the land of the Etruscans: Roselle with its ruins and amphitheatre, or the Etruscan tombs of Sovana, Vulci, Vetulonia and Populonia.
Siena and Florence
Of course, your stay could not be complete without a visit to Sienna, only thirty minutes away by car, or to Florence, at just an hour's distance.