Terre di Sacra



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Frequently asked questions

How do I spend my time at Terre di Sacra?

The mood of a vacation at Terre di Sacra is all about experiencing endless emotions, mixing adventure, culture, nature, and relaxation. You can have adventures every day of your stay at Terre di Sacra: water sports, sea or lake navigation, surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, skydiving, nature hikes in the WWF Oasis, trekking in the hills, bike rides, or horseback riding on the shoreline. If you love golf, you’ll enjoy the Argentario Golf Club. In the glamping area, there’s a tennis court, and other tennis courts in the area can be easily booked.

You’re in the center of a region with immense and unique cultural attractions: the village of Capalbio, the tufa towns, the castles of the area, Etruscan civilization, and contemporary art, such as the Tarot Garden and countless cultural initiatives.

The Burano Lake Nature Reserve is just the closest opportunity to immerse yourself in the wild nature of Maremma, with birdwatching, wildlife and flora spotting, or simply enjoying unique landscapes. Finally, if you prefer relaxation, you can soak up the sun, sea, and beach or the private pool of your villa, relax at the Terme di Saturnia, take yoga classes, or explore wineries, typical trattorias, or Michelin-starred restaurants nearby.

What trips can I take from Terre di Sacra?

There are countless destinations within easy reach of Terre di Sacra. For short trips, you can rent trekking bikes or electric bikes. To plan your trips, you can follow the directions of apps like Bikemap or others.

By car, Capalbio is a charming village just minutes from Terre di Sacra; along the way, you’ll easily find the enchanting Monteverro Wineries, which we recommend visiting.

For a day or a weekend, there’s nothing better than visiting the Terme di Saturnia, which is only the most famous thermal center in the area. There are many others. For those who love trekking, we recommend the Parco della Maremma and the Monte Labbro Nature Reserve. Or if you love nature and animals, at the Monta Amiata nature reserve, you can spot wildlife directly from the trail. You can visit the natural parks of Uccellina, the natural oasis of Orbetello, the archaeological park of the Etruscan civilization in Baratti and Populonia. For those looking for something more spiritual, we recommend visiting the Hermitage of Davide Lazzaretti or the Merigar West Buddhist Center. For many more ideas, follow our blog – Diary.

What are the best restaurants in the area?

In addition to our restaurant La Dogana, try the flavors of typical Maremma dishes at local restaurants: Oste Dispensa in Orbetello, Trattoria Bartolini in Castiglione della Pescaia, the Michelin-starred cuisine at Tenuta Badiola at the Andana Resort. At Locanda di Ansedonia and Fontanile dei Caprai in Marsiliana, you can taste the meat from Terre di Sacra.

Other high-quality restaurants we recommend: Ristorante Tullio in Capalbio, Trattoria a Marsi in Marsiliana, Ristorante da Guido in Magliano in Tuscany, Carmen Bay on Macchiatonda Beach. For the ultimate experience, try the restaurants of luxury hotels: LaRossa restaurant in Strada Capalbio Pescia Fiorentina, Il Pellicano Restaurant in Porto Ercole. Also, try Ristorante I Due Cippi since 1976 in Saturnia and Ristorante Da Caino in Montemerano, with two Michelin stars.

For excellent gelato, try GustoCapalbio in Capalbio Scalo. For pastries and unique delicacies, we recommend Ferrini or Tirchi e Bellocci, both in Orbetello.