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Woods - 29161 - Villa - Tuscany South Coast Ansedonia - Argentario - Capalbio, Ansedonia


Wonderful villa with panoramic view of the bay at 1km from the sandy beach in an exclusive spot on the coast Ansedonia Maremma. Sea water on the coast of Maremma, ranked first among the cleanest in Italy and 160 km coastline, offering stunning endless possibilities for a lovely vacation.
The villa is surrounded by a luxurious garden of 5.000sqm with oleanders, rosemary, mimosa, roses, and many Mediterranean plants and it has a swimming pool with a sinuous shape equipped with sun beds, umbrellas, ping-pong and a shower with hot water.
Not far from the swimming pool there are terraces of 200sqm with comfortable sofas with a panoramic view of the sea, verandas and 2 covered patio with a barbecue for lunches and breakfasts in the open air.

The villa of 480sqm is composed by
1. garden floor: 3 double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and an independent suite of 60sqm with kitchen, 1 double bedroom and 1 bathroom;
2. pool floor: main entrance, kitchen of 25sqm, dining room and double livingroom of 100sqm;
3. first floor: 3 double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom, 1 single bedroom with bathroom and a walk-in closet.

Air-condition throughout the house, table tennis, barbeque,

Main distances:
Rome Airport: 130km.
Grosseto: 30km; Follonica: 50km; Tarquinia: 50km; Bracciano Lake: 80km; Castiglione della Pescaia: 40km.

Tuscany South Coast Ansedonia - Argentario - Capalbio

The area of Capalbio, Ansedonia and Argentario is the ‘last’ municipality of Tuscany, located very close to the border with Lazio, about 2 and half hours drive from Florence. It is still considered one of the top beach destinations in Italy.

The 12 kilometer-long beach is bordered by the shady pine wood and Mediterranean scrub of the WWF Natural Reserve. The sand can be both golden or black depending on the location, but the sea is magnificently clear and turquoise blue along the entire coast.

The city of Capalbio is a Medieval hamlet, located on top of a windy hill overlooking the Tyrrhenian sea. The old center, enclosed within the ancient walls, is lovely with characteristic stone houses, tiny streets and flowered balconies. The walls are partially walkable following the old patrol paths, from where you can admire the gorgeous landscape. About 2 km far from the center, you can find one of the most impressive gardens of Tuscany, the famous Garden of Tarot.


Ansedonia is in Orbetello, in the province of Grosseto, southern Tuscany (Italy). It is a renowned tourist resort.

The village lies near the ruins of the ancient Roman town of Cosa, on the top of the little promontory.

Along the south-east side of Ansedonia beach, very close to the hill, Tagliata and Spacco della Regina are just only few meters distance of each other. They are two hydraulic engineering works (and something more) dating back to Roman times.

In Ansedonia there also are three ancient towers: the first called Torre San Pancrazio, the second is Torre Tagliata also known as Torre Puccini and the last is Torre di San Biagio, the first two are right on the beach, the last is in a overlooking position.

The three towers, built in different eras with different strategic functions of defense, especially during the Spanish control, represented an important lookout points to protect the State of the Royal Spanish Garrisons.

One of the first person who fell in love with this part of Maremma, next to the Argentario, was the famous Tuscan composer Giacomo Puccini, a great lover of hunting who loved to stay and spend whole days between the dense thickets looking for wild boars, enjoying the harmony between nature and landscape that Ansedonia offers.