Hotel Antico Casale di Scansano Scansano
Welcome to Antico Casale in Scansano: Farmhouse and Wellness Centre born in an ancient residence in Tuscany, in the heart of Maremma.
The region of Maremma, in the South of Tuscany, alternates between gentle slopes of vineyards and silver olive groves, and countless, wild, polychromatic hills, which owe their shading to the metalliferous contents of the soil.
Here, in the heart of the Etruscan culture, among chestnut, pine and ilex woods, you can find wide meadows and wheat cultivated fields: the ideal locations for those who want to spend a typical farm holiday in a farmhouse in Tuscany.
Hotel Podere Santa Teresa Scansano
The Town House Suite Podere Santa Teresa is situated in the heart of Maremma, between Scansano and Grosseto. The structure is housed in an early-20th century building surrounded by a beautiful garden with outdoor swimming pool. An Internet Point and beautiful dining room with antiques are at guests' disposal. In this nice setting, the lady of the house organizes cooking and watercolor lessons. Furthemore, guests will sample simple, tasty dishes with genuine seasonal ingredients prepared by the owner.
Hotel Il Moro In Piazzetta Scansano
Il Moro In Piazzetta is an oasis of peace and calm where you can finally have a restful, relaxing holiday in the heart of Maremma.
The house of stones has a hall, kitchen, bathroom and two double bedrooms. The entrance leads directly into a large room with a fireplace where the walls are adorned with old tools used in farming activities.
The two bedrooms can be rented separately or you can have all the house for you where 6 people can stay. Guests who love to cook or following a particular diet can prepare their own meals using a fully equipped kitchen.
The property is located in the historical center of Montorgiali, a medieval stone village in the Scansano area built around a castle in the XI Century and situated along the Wine and Food Road “Colli di Maremma” (one of the most important in Italy) on the paths that runs through the municipalities where the DOCG Morellino di Scansano was born. The road composes a unique landscape of Maremma where quality oil and wine allow to savour the wine vocation of the area, as the Museum of Vine and Wine in Scansano can fully provide, and enhance healthy and appetizing food products of excellence.
Walking aroud the narrow streets of the village or cycling in the neighborhoods you can admire the Castle of Montorgiali, built on a hill overlooking the village, the Church of St. Biagio, on the left side of the castle, built in medieval times but rebuilt in the Baroque period or you can take on the Montorgiali - Polveraia ring, a 16 km panoramic route turning around the Poggio della Rustica hill and facing towards both Grosseto and the Monte Amiata. After visiting the San Giorgio Sanctuary close to Montorgiali you can continue towards the village of Polveraia. On the way back, on the eastern side of the hill, you can also see the Castle of Cotone and the village of Montepò.
The whole area is not only an oasis of nature, but also home to many monuments giving their witness of human settlements including the archaeological area of Roselle, the Etruscan town of Sovana and the medieval towns of Pitigliano and Sorano.
Nearby you can also discover fascinating places such as the Terme di Saturnia, which are only 30 minutes by car, the beautiful beaches of Castiglione and Capalbio and natural wonders as in the historical and artistic Parco Regionale dell'Uccellina.
Coming by car from the North (Pisa - Livorno) or South (Rome) you can exit at Grosseto Est and follow the signs to Scansano SS 322). If you arrive from Florence - Siena exit at Roselle and follow the signs to Scansano (SS 322). When you arrive at Bivio Montorgiali turn to the left following the sign Montorgiali 1,5. The village will start after 1.5 km, turn again on the left in fronty of the bus station entering the historical centre, after a few meters on the right you will see Piazza del Moro and our house.
Coming by train you have to leave at Grosseto Railway Station and then you can take a bus. For times and fees look at the site of Rama Mobilità.