In the surroundings you can visit several beautiful villages:
The village was born as a castle and is surrounded by powerful walls which are still in a good state. It is situated on a hill and oveerlooks the countryside below. Inside the village you can admire the Palazzo dei Priori, Palazzo del Capitano, the Romanesque church of S. Giovanni and the churches of the Santissima Annunziata and S. Bruzio, of the XII century. Moreover, you can visit the Etruscan tombs of S. Maria in Borraccia.
When you enter in Pereta through the ancient gate you will see typical unchanged alleys that will guide you to the Clock Tower…
Situated on a hill almost at the border with Lazium, it was a land of bandits. Inside the walls you can admire roman and medieval traces. In the surroundings there are archaeological finds from various ages and the famous "Giardino dei Tarocchi".
It is a small maritime village but full of history. In the surroundings was found out a beautiful Etruscan fronton of the IV century BC.
This town is linked in the centre of the lagoon to the Mount Argentario. Seen from above, the lagoon seems the prow of an anchored ship. Here you can also admire several historical testimonies.
Pitigliano is a very typical village built on a hill made of tufa, rich in caves and history. In the surroundings there are the villages of Sorano and Sovana, of Etruscan origin, with the typical Vie Cave.
It is a medieval town which in the XIX century received in summer people from the municipality of Grosseto, besieged by malaria. Today it is the land of an excellent red wine, the "Morellino", exported all over the world.