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The Tuscan Maremma has a lot to offer: beautiful intact landscapes, the most beautiful beaches of the Tyrrhenian Sea as well as a cultural and historical past that goes back to the Etruscans.

Poggio Foco is an organic farm of 400 hectares ideally located high on the Maremma hills, with a wonderful  view that stretches from Monte Amiata to the sea.

Set between the towns of Manciano and Capalbio, Poggio Foco is equally close to the sandy beaches of Ansedonia, and the renowned thermal baths of Saturnia, at which Poggio Foco guests enjoy a special discount. Monte Argentario and Talamone are easily reachable with  40 min. by car, as also the Uccellina  Natural Park, a paradise for nature and trekking lovers.

During your stay in Poggio Foco, some historical-archaeological excursions are essential, it will give immediately you the impression  to stay in one of the most beautiful jewels of the ancient Etruscan civilization.
The Etruscan tombs of Ildebranda and Sirena, the archaeological park of Vulci, the tuff cities of Pitigliano, Sorano and Sovana  are just some of the historical places that can be visited within a few kilometers from Poggio Foco.

A little further we find towards East and South Bolsena Lake, Orvieto, Viterbo, Tuscania and Tarquinia, Roma and Fiumicino airport (120 kilometres). 

An hour’s drive from Poggio Foco, Monte Amiata rises 1,800 meters above sea level, an ideal place to escape the heat with a walk through beech and chestnut forests.

 Inside the farm there are about 10 km of unpaved private roads and there are also several trials ideal for jogging, through the woods, going up and down the hills of the farm, crossing the small river and along the fishing pond. 

We organize wine and olive oil tasting and  an interactive excursion to discover Poggio Foco and its nature, talking about tracks of animals, forest, botany and so on, drawing inspiration from surrounding environment to introduce our guests in the “Poggio Foco Natural System.“