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Help Please

Hope some one can give me some ideas, we are going to Campiglia Marittima, Tuscany. We are just a couple going for a relaxing week away in mid sept, advise on:-

1) Places to visit

2) Places to eat

3) Beaches

4) Weather

Any other information about the area I would be grateful

We do have an hire car.

Thanks in advance.

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1. Re: Help Please

Campiglia is a beautiful quiete village on a hill long etruscan coast.

There are so many places to visit...

On the road from Campiglia to San Vincenzo you can stop at Parco archeo minerario of Temperino here you can take an old little train in the mine and after to walk to antil the riuins of Rocca San Silvestro suddenly abandoned in 1300ac.

Venturina famous for old roman hot springs (Calidario)

http://www.calidario.it/html_ita/home_ita.htm

try the hot lake 36° about 16Euro pp for all day you can take with you also someting to eat, or have dinner at the restaurant. Or for somentig of more suggestive have a thermarium...

The nearest beach village is San Vincenzo, there is a big supermarket " Coop" if you want to buy food.

Long sandy beach, and at the end of the village there is the natural beach park of Rimigliano.

OpenMarket on saturday morning.

Baratti and Populonia famous for etruscan tomb and a beautiful castle with great wiew until Elba and Sardegna Island, look at

http://www.parchivaldicornia.it/parco.php?

lang=eng&code=000&codex=bart-gen

Castagneto Carducci

costadeglietruschi.it/mediterranean_tuscany/…

Bolgheri wanderful with the longest cypress road famous also for "sassicaia" wine very good but also very expensive.

Look wine road

…toscana.it/stradedelvino/

Roselle (Grosseto)

colonialvoyage.com/viaggi/itamaremmaroselle.…

Orbetello

Monte Argentario

Easy you can reach Volterra and Siena

Or visit SanGalgano Abbey

http://www.sangalgano.info/

Elba island for a day trip (train from Campiglia to Piombino Marittimo) from Piombino port ferry (about 1h ) to Portoferraio

With train Roma in about 3 h

Ciao

Florence, Italy
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2. Re: Help Please

Campiglia is a beautiful quiete village on a hill long etruscan coast.

There are so many places to visit...

On the road from Campiglia to San Vincenzo you can stop at Parco archeo minerario of Temperino here you can take an old little train in the mine and after to walk to antil the riuins of Rocca San Silvestro suddenly abandoned in 1300ac.

Venturina famous for old roman hot springs (Calidario)

http://www.calidario.it/html_ita/home_ita.htm

try the hot lake 36° about 16Euro pp for all day you can take with you also someting to eat, or have dinner at the restaurant. Or for somentig of more suggestive have a thermarium...

The nearest beach village is San Vincenzo, there is a big supermarket " Coop" if you want to buy food.

Long sandy beach, and at the end of the village there is the natural beach park of Rimigliano.

OpenMarket on saturday morning.

Baratti and Populonia famous for etruscan tomb and a beautiful castle with great wiew until Elba and Sardegna Island, look at

http://www.parchivaldicornia.it/parco.php?

lang=eng&code=000&codex=bart-gen

Castagneto Carducci

costadeglietruschi.it/mediterranean_tuscany/…

Bolgheri wanderful with the longest cypress road famous also for "sassicaia" wine very good but also very expensive.

Look wine road

…toscana.it/stradedelvino/

Roselle (Grosseto)

colonialvoyage.com/viaggi/itamaremmaroselle.…

Orbetello

Monte Argentario

Easy you can reach Volterra and Siena

Or visit SanGalgano Abbey

http://www.sangalgano.info/

Elba island for a day trip (train from Campiglia to Piombino Marittimo) from Piombino port ferry (about 1h ) to Portoferraio

With train Roma in about 3 h

Ciao

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