Food & Wine
Exploring the landscapes of Punta Ala offers a wonderful opportunity to visit the Maremma’s magnificent vineyards featuring captivating architecture and traditional caves and cellars stocked with barrels containing some of the finest wines in the world. The Maremma is home to many wineries offering tours and tastings.
In addition to its fabulous wines, Tuscany is of course known for its rich, diverse and delicious cuisine. Perhaps you want to browse the displays of meats and cheeses in a family-owned salumeria, taste locally grown products at a Tuscan olive grove or sample new wild boar dishes and local wines at events like Sagra del Cinghiale of Suvereto (Wild Boar Festival of Suvereto). No matter your appetite, there will be plenty to eat!
Suggested itineraries include:
- The Tuff Itinerary (Manciano, Pitigliano and Sorano)
- The Flavour, Fragrance and Charm Itinerary (Capalbio, Roccalbegna, Semproniano, Scansano, Magliano in Toscana and Campagnatico)
- The Water, Colour and Splendour Itinerary (Island of Giglio, Monte Argentario, Orbetello and Grosseto)
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