For the days when you might want more than the far niente of the Villa Ambretta, we put together a non-exhaustive list of the wonders of the region. Maremma has something for everyone, whether you're looking for dreamy beaches, challenging golf courses, beautiful landart spots, or even musical events. The region's official website, in Italian and in English, is also full of outing suggestions:

Grosseto is located on the Tuscan wine trail, which will take you to hidden medieval villages, hilly vineyards that sometimes overlook the sea, and of course to wine cellars where you will be able to taste the local wine production. 

Summer nights in Tuscany are already wonderful - spending them outside watching an opera live is an even better way to enjoy them. After all, Italy is the land of lyrical arts. La Traviata, Rigoletto and La Bohème are waiting for you...

While there's obviously the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, the Siena Cathedral or the leaning tower of Pisa, Tuscan nature is in and of itself a work of art that inspires artists and calls them to inegrate their works in beautiful gardens.

To make a golfer happy, you need pleasant weather, a varied golf course, challenging water obstacles and well-watered fairways.

This is what you'll find naturally in Maremma, thanks to its Mediterranean climate and smooth, slopy hills.

The Maremma region is located on the coastal side of Tuscany - there are therefore various beautiful beaches near the Villa Ambretta.

We have selected three of them for this section, but there are many others that you might want to discover yourself.