25km of land + 15 miles of sea away from Locanda Rossa
The island is one of the seven islands that form the Tuscan Archipelago National Park in the Tuscan Archipelago. It is renowned for the beauty of its nature and its crystal clear sea which have earned it countless awards.
Diving in one of the most loved seas by subs
Having a drink or aperitif in one of the rooms overlooking the sea
Climb up to the island’s Castle before easing towards Giglio Campese
20km away from Locanda Rossa
At the Archaeological Nature Park, visitors can admire the archaeological excavations of Etruscan-Roman city of Vulci, the noble Etruscan tombs, the exhibits in the National Archaeological Museum, all immersed in uncontaminated Nature, offering colors, sounds and different emotions. The canyon formed by dark volcanic rock carved by the waters of Fiora; the plateau inhabited by the majestic Maremma cows and wild horses; the lush vegetation along the banks of the river, shelter for wild boars, hares, porcupines and, in Spring, the sky colored by the many rainbows of bee-eaters.
55km from Locanda Rossa
The historic center
The ancient synagogue
The St. Nicholas Collegiate
The Chapel of the Madonna del Buonconsiglio
The Chapel of Santa Barbara
45km away from the Locanda Rossa
Located in the heart of the tuff it has been included in the list of the most beautiful towns in Italy.
Visit the incredible Vie Cave in the Archaeological Park of Tuff
Walking alongside the walls of Sovana of three different historical periods
Entering the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul
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.
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
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.