Burano Lake

A salty lagoon situated inside the WWF oasis

The lake is a brackish lagoon situated in a natural reserve of 360 hectares (890 acres) separated from the Tyrrhenian Sea by a strip of dunes that makes it a site of community interest. Within the natural reserve there are several species of animals, aquatic birds (herons, cormorants, pink flamingos), reptiles (turtles) and mammals (foxes, wild boars, porcupines).


Gorgeous village with whos houses that are attached with the cliffs directly to the underlying cliffs

Built entirely on a tuff rock it was founded by the Romans and since from the sixteenth century,and it is the home to one of the largest Jewish communities in the region.

To do
Visit the neighborhood of the old ghetto with the sixteenth-century synagogue and the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul in the city
Walking in and out of the walls noting signs that different civilizations have left in time


Fascinating promontory in the middle of the sea with enchanting bays

Born as an island, the action of the currents and the river Albegna has created two panhandles that join the island to the mainland, making it a cape.

To do
Visit the two fishing villages of Porto Santo Stefano and Porto Ercole
Admire the coves and clear sea by the scenic road that runs along the Argentario mountain
Bathe in one of the countless natural beaches


A medieval village, haven to numerous intellectuals and politicians

Walking in the village
Visit the church of St. Nicholas and the oratory of providence with their Renaissance frescoes
Be kidnapped by from the oniric Tarot Garden of the French-American sculptor Niki de Saint Phalle, where there are represented, with sculptures of about 15 meters in height, the 22 cards of the Major Arcana of the Tarot. 

The Tarot Garden

Dreamlike artistic park of Niki de Saint Phalle

The Tarot Garden is an artistic park located in Capalbio (GR) conceived by the French-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle, populated with statues inspired by the shapes of the major arcana of the Tarot. Construction began in 1979 and ended with the opening to the public in 1998.