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Monti dell' Uccellina

Monti dell' Uccellina, 58100 Grosseto, Province of Grosseto, Italy

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About Monti dell' Uccellina

The Monti dell'Uccellina constitute a hilly group along the coastal strip of the Grosseto Maremma that divides the Ombrone plain to the north from the Albenga river plain to the south, in the territories of the municipalities of Grosseto, Magliano in Toscana and Orbetello.  The whole area of ​​the Uccellina Mountains is included within the Maremma Natural Park; the coast is high and rocky, except for the suggestive Cala di Forno which opens to the mistral winds.

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Maremma Regional Park0.92km from Monti dell' Uccellina

The Maremma Regional Park spreads across the hills of the Uccellina, a sinuous chain of hills parallel to the coast and covered with Meditteranean scrub. There are wide open spaces with lots of green, as well as many farmhouses that offer local Tuscan products and a place to stay and enjoy your leisure times.  The park covers 9,000 hectares of open land around its boundaries. It is one of the paradises in Tuscany.

Giannutri42.34km from Monti dell' Uccellina

Giannutri is the southernmost island of the Tuscan Archipelago, as well as the southernmost point of the Tuscany Region, and is located about 8 miles south-east of the Island of Giglio, of which it belongs, and about 6 miles to the south of the Argentario. The inhabited center of Giannutri and the scattered houses, considered a minor locality, is institutionally called Spalmatoio-Ischiaiola.

Mount Amiata52.42km from Monti dell' Uccellina

The Mount Amiata is a mountain group of origin volcanic, located in ' Tuscan Antiappennino, between the Maremma, the Val d'Orcia and Val di Paglia, between the province of Grosseto and that of Siena.  The origin of the toponym Amiata has been identified by some in the Latin ad meata , ie "at the springs". Other hypotheses on the etymology of the toponym Amiata have been represented in a local historical-cultural magazine.

Abbey of Sant'Antimo53.87km from Monti dell' Uccellina

The abbey of Sant'Antimo is a formerly Benedictine monastic complex, located at Castelnuovo dell'Abate, within the municipality of Montalcino, in the province of Siena. It is one of the most important architectures of the Tuscan Romanesque.  It is one of the most beautiful monuments in an ancient Roman style, which also has elements of the French and Lombardy styles.

Abbey of San Galgano57.69km from Monti dell' Uccellina

San Galgano Abbey was built in the early 13th century and is a Cistercian abbey that lies in the municipality of Chiusdino. The place is rich in history and is reminiscent of the medieval times during which it was built. It was a Romanesque church that was a jewel in its time but now lies in ruins. With its architecture and design, it can easily be deduced that it used to be magnificent during its Gothic times. Nearby are the chapel or Eremo or Rotonda di Montesiepi, the tomb of Saint Galgano, a

Val d'Orcia68.7km from Monti dell' Uccellina

The Val d'Orcia is a large countryside located in Tuscany, in the province of Siena, north, and east of Mount Amiata and close to the border with Umbria. Crossed by the river Orcia in the center, which gives it its name, it is characterized by pleasant landscape views and by various centers of medieval origin, two of which are well known as Pienza and Montalcino. Characteristic tree the cypress, typical foods and wines Pici, Cinta Senese cured meats, Pecorino di Pienza, Brunello di Montalcino an

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