We are in Maremma, in the most uncontaminated and intact part of Tuscany, immersed in the wild and sincere nature that embraces and cuddles anyone who stops in front of the magic of this territory.
Dimora Santa Margherita was born in Castiglioncello Bandini at a height of 360 meters above sea level, a small hamlet of Cinigiano in the province of Grosseto and has about 70 inhabitants.
The ancient road that once joined the sea to the mountain, today becomes a path between this extraordinary charming relais and the small medieval village, we talk about 2.5 km of dirt road immersed in a wildlife area protected by natural beauty.
If luck is with you, this route reserves pleasant encounters with several inhabitants of the area: the fox, the badger, the hare, the woodpecker, the poiana, the thorny, the roe deer and the wild boar.
Castiglioncello Bandini dominates the surrounding hills to the sea and remains on the famous Montecucco road, characterized by sangiovese grapes drawn on the hills that also welcome extraordinary olive groves.
The landscape appears fairy and gives all lovers of oil and wine unique and great character experiences.
Around us, many medieval villages are born, in visiting them you will be transported to the past, also festivals and county fairs are organized, which together with their customs bring the soul back to the times that were.
Nearby, 30/60 minutes by car, it is possible to reach historical destinations of great tradition such as Montalcino cradle of the famous Brunello wine, Pienza with its sheep cheeses, Montepulciano with noble wine.
For those who are nostalgic for the city, a 60-minute drive away they can reach Siena, declared a UNESCO world heritage site or Grosseto, a step away from the sea.
You can visit, Sorano and Pitigliano characterized by tuff constructions, Sovana ancient medieval town, the thermal baths of Saturnia that with sulphurous waters makes pleasant and healing every bath made in the rocky tanks dug by water.
If you feel like beaches and sea you can reach Castiglione Della Pescaia, Punta Ala or the Costa dell’Argentario with Porto Santo Stefano, Porto Ercole and Orbetello.