Terre di Sacra



Terre di Sacra: the place you will always want to return to

Terre di Sacra is a place where nature is stronger than anything and for a strange alchemy you always want to come back.


Villas and Cottages at Terre di Sacra in Capalbio are surrounded by 1000 hectares which run along the seashore for 12 kilometers and where the first Italian WWF Oasis was created.

All villas and cottages have been renovated in a southern Tuscany style, they all have a private access to the beach and perfectly meet the requirements of charming holidays where nature and space are the real luxury.


The Glamping is immersed in the nature of the Terre di Sacra estate. The Glamping Lodges and Cabins a few steps from the beach offer the unique possibility of a detox holiday by the sea without giving up comfort and beauty. Choose between the Lodges, inspired by African safari tents or the new Cabins – private suites immersed in the Maremma pine trees.


Capalbio beaches are renowned in Italy and worldwide for their golden sand, dunes and beautiful Mediterranean maquis. Long stretches of untouched free beach alternate with areas equipped with every amenity. 

Terre di Sacra: the territory’s history

The motive that, in 1922, caused a group of friends and entrepreneurs to acquire the property stretching from the Castle of Capalbio to the sea and establish Terre di Sacra was: “redeem the land” in order to produce new resources. This profound motive became a part of the company’s name: Società Anonima Capalbio Redenta Agricola (S.A.C.R.A. – Capalbio Redeemed Farmland Public Limited Company).

This is the estate

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12Km of coastline

All within the estate

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Frequently asked questions

What is Terre di Sacra?

Terre di Sacra is an exclusive retreat of over 1,000 hectares of unspoiled nature in the Tuscan Maremma, in Capalbio, dedicated to a charming stay and vacation. You can enjoy your stay by choosing from houses with 2 to 7 rooms and glamping lodges/cabins by the sea. Founded over 100 years ago, Terre di Sacra hosts the WWF Natural Reserve of Lake Burano. It has 12 km of sandy beach, both equipped and free. It includes the Dogana Beach Club, the La Dogana Restaurant, the Doganino Bistro, the Circolo La Macchia, and many other facilities with all the necessary services for its guests. It comprises ancient and modern villas, apartments, and glamping lodges/cabins. Terre di Sacra is also an organic farm that produces high-quality organic meat from its Maremman cow breeding, as well as organic oil and honey.

What type of vacation does Terre di Sacra offer?

A vacation at Terre di Sacra is wild nature, silence, simplicity, comfort, and leisure, promoting slow tourism and authenticity. These principles have guided the property’s choices for over a century. The immense spaces available favor silence and tranquility. In the splendid houses immersed in vast dedicated spaces, you will find charm and every comfort: a pool, private beach access, horseback riding, bicycles available, excursions to the WWF Oasis, water sports, 3 restaurants to choose from, including La Dogana, which offers refined local cuisine, wood-burning oven, chef, or pizza maker at home, and much more. You can book in-room or pergola massages at the villa. Our concierge and their team of professionals can organize moments of sports, relaxation, and unique experiences for the whole family.

Is there a hotel?

No, at Terre di Sacra, you can choose to stay in one of the 9 villas and 16 cottages, an apartment, or in the glamping lodges and cabins. All the villas and cottages are renovated in the style of southern Tuscany, have their private beach access, and are suitable for a charming vacation where nature and space are the true luxury. The villas have 7/8 rooms and large private gardens; all the villas have a heated pool. The cottages have 4/5 rooms. The small cottages have 2/3 bedrooms. Glamping lodges and cabins have 1/2 rooms with an outdoor patio, close to the sea.

How to reach Terre di Sacra?

Terre di Sacra is easily accessible from Fiumicino Airport (Rome), located just over 100 km away (an hour’s drive), and from Grosseto Airport for private flights, which is 50 km away (40 minutes by car).

By car from the North: Take the E80 – Strada Statale 1 Aurelia – from Grosseto to Civitavecchia / Rome. After passing Ansedonia, after about 4 km, turn right towards “Marina di Capalbio” and enter the Strada Provinciale Litoranea, heading towards “Capalbio Scalo.”

By car from the South: Take the E80 – SS 1 Aurelia – from Rome to Grosseto. After passing the junction for Capalbio, about 2 km ahead, turn left towards “Marina di Capalbio” and enter the Strada Provinciale Litoranea, heading towards “Capalbio Scalo.”

By Train: From the Rome or Grosseto stations, you can reach Capalbio Scalo station. To reach Terre di Sacra from there, you can use a taxi. During the summer season, there are local buses that take you from Capalbio Scalo to the beaches near Terre di Sacra.