Medieval villages of the Maremma to be discovered along with equestrian exhibitions of butteri, archaeological treasures, Etruscan icons and waves of Neptune at the Argentario. The most authentic Tuscany, with its history routes steeped in saltiness
 
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Hotel Torre di Cala Piccola, intrigue of the Argentario, villages of tufa and Etruscan curiosities

Mon, 11 Jun 2018
Hotel Torre di Cala Piccola, intrigue of the Argentario, villages of tufa and Etruscan curiosities

It is a dive into an enchanted place, the one that leads to the Argentario, whose name does not derive from the presence of silver but, more likely, from the brightness of its rocks. A corner of Tuscany to be discovered following the perimeter of the rocky coast, jagged by continuous inlets one more beautiful than the other, shining with turquoise and cobalt colored waters. And the Hotel Torre di Cala Piccola, in Porto Santo Stefano, is the perfect place to admire the blue expanse interrupted by the profiles of the islands of Giglio and Giannutri, especially when the sunset lights up the colors. But the Argentario is not only the sea: the surrounding area is rich not only of natural beauty but also and especially of scenic medieval villages such as Sorano and Pitigliano, adorned with palaces and churches: they are the "tuff villages" of the Tuscan Maremma, a journey through time to get to know the Etruscans, especially in the archaeological museum of Pitigliano. And for an exclusive experience in the context of the stay, Torre di Cala Piccola boasts an extraordinary 360 degree view of the Argentario sea with 53 rooms and suites located in the central villas or along the hill: one different from the other, they stand out for the elegant furnishings, the reserved atmosphere, for the attention to details and the spectacular sea view. Tuscan specialties of meat and fish revisited in a contemporary key and made with the best local products by chef Francesco Carrieri are the signature of the Torre d'Argento Restaurant, served on the terrace overlooking the waves. La Caffè La Torre, instead, located next to the Spanish tower, is the ideal place to sip an aperitif and admire the sunset. Among the facilities of the location there are wellness and relaxation treatments, free wi-fi throughout the hotel and a welcome to the four-legged friends of the guests: in fact, they will find the "Puppy Kit Torre di Cala Piccola". Torre di Cala Piccola, finally, is also distinguished by being one of the few Italian hotels to provide a column for charging electric cars.

www.torredicalapiccola.com

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