A wide selection of activities
Boschi di Montecalvi is located in a beautiful and unspoiled historic district of Tuscany. The many medieval villages that thrive in the area offer a rustic charm that is widely unavailable in the more urban regions of the country.
Local Historical Attractions
Near our property, there are a variety of art exhibitions and natural attractions for our guests to visit. Some popular destinations include:
A commune that features the ruins of an ancient castle that was built in the mid-12th century. There are also several churches located at Suvereto, as well as the Natural Park of Montioni.
A commune that is situated atop a hill that overlooks the sea. Campiglia has hosts several interesting sights, including Palazzo Pretorio, Rocca, Teatro dei Concordi, the Museum of Sacred Art, and a host of historic churches. Patrons can also visit the nearby Archaeological-Mineral Park of San Silvestro, a massive expanse of land that showcases the history of mining and metallurgical work present in this area since the early Etruscan era.
A diverse historic commune that is filled with archaeological remains that will spark your curiosity. The population of this area is small, but the residents are sure to welcome you openly.
An old commune that borders several municipalities. The commune was named after one of the greatest Italian poets, Giosuè Carducci, who once lived in the area. The town is very close to the seaside and visitors will notice the peaceful atmosphere.
A central Italian village and hamlet situated nearby Castagneto Carducci. The soil in this region has the ideal characteristics to produce high-quality grapes, so the town is known for it’s delicious wine products. A visit to Bolgheri gives you the opportunity to include an afternoon of wine tasting in your visit to Tuscany.
Parcho Archeologico di Baratti Populonia
An archaeological park that has historical remains on display. By traveling along the nature trails that flow throughout this area, you can visit historic burial sites from the 7th and 6th century BC, as well as Etruscan caves that have ancient tombs carved into the rocks. The park also offers a glimpse into the industrial districts of the ancient city, with a coastal path that includes buildings built using that has been dated back to the 6th to 3rd century BC.
Inside this local WWF oasis, there is a stretch of sandy coast wrapped around a beautiful layout of beaches and mountains. At this oasis, guests can get close to the flora and fauna that make this region unique. If you like, the WWF also hosts guided tour services that allow you to get the full experience of visiting a protected oasis.
A small town and commune located in the province of Grosseto. It has numerous historical locations that are of great interest to people who enjoy art and culture. Attractions in this area range from beautiful churches to The Fertility Tree, a unique building that features a unique fresco painting of a phallus tree.
This is one of the most popular local destinations. The Island of Elba is located nearby Boschi di Montecalvi, and guests are free to visit as they please. The island is known to offer a range of different trails for cyclists who are looking for safe, relaxing routes and others that are more appropriate for experienced riders who seek a challenging ride.
Day Trip Destinations
There are also plentiful destinations that can be visited as part of a day trip in the local area. These are some important Tuscan cities of art that you should consider seeing during your time in the region:
- San Galgano Abbey (1h)
- Pisa (1h20m)
- Volterra (1h30m)
- Firenze (2h)
- San Gimignano (1h50m)