Independent villa located at only 600m from the sea with private beach equipped with deckchairs.
The villa is surrounded by a patio, a pool and a pine forest.
Outside there’s a large outdoor kitchen, patio, BBQ area, children’s play area and relax area.
The villa has a large living room (70sqm), TvLed3D, dolby surrounds ystem, dinning area and an independent kitchen.
There are 5 double bedrooms with en-suite baths, and 1 service bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
Features: nightwatch, safe, 3TV,double garage, basement andl aundry room.
The Maremma region is an area of Italy bordering the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Seas. It comprises part of southwestern Tuscany – Maremma Livornese and Maremma Grossetana (the latter in the province of Grosseto) – and part of northern Lazio (in the province of Viterbo and Rome on the border of the region).
It was traditionally populated by the Butteri, cattle breeders who until recently used horses with a distinctive style of saddle. Once unhealthy because of its many marshes, Maremma was drained under the fascist regime and repopulated with people from other Italian regions, notably the Veneto.
The region is instead one of the very few territories left in Italy that remains true to its ancient peasant roots, uncontaminated by the tourist explosion.
Maremma is unique because of the variety of its territory: blue sea, long beaches, black rock, hills covered with woods, marshes and flat lands, green hills and natural thermal baths.
Maremma is not just culture and landscapes; it is also a region rich in typical products to be tasted and savoured while drinking a good glass of wine. Sea, hills and mountains melt perfectly in its food, the acquacotta soup is a just one example.
Castiglione della Pescaia is an Italian town of 7,359 inhabitants in the province of Grosseto in Tuscany.
For the quality of the sea and beaches, environmental care and equipment is considered an exclusive tourist destination of Maremma, awarded in 2005 with 5 sails Legambiente positioning the first resort for environmental and tourist quality in the annual ranking of Legambiente and Touring Club; for the same reason the territory of Castiglione della Pescaia is also called “Little Switzerland” or “the Switzerland of the Maremma“.
Thanks to the great works of land reclamation and primary importance from the port before the opening of the Railroad Maremma, the center underwent a phase of rebirth and prosperity between the late eighteenth and mid-nineteenth century, as to be called in that period the little Livorno.