Sorano hangs from the valleyside of Tuff rock high above the Lente River, 90 km from Castiglione delle Pescaia. First mentioned in the third century BC, it was originally and Etruscan city.
Punta Ala beach is one of the lesser spoken about beaches being at the confines for the Castiglione commune, however at eight kilometres in length with a large number of beach services, it is a particularly interesting place to visit.
The Roman villa in Giannutri opens in winter to groups.
Behind the hills easily just behind Castiglione della Pescaia which is worth a walk to especially if you feel a change from the beach are the Monastic ruins of San Guglielmo.
These ruins are an important sign of growth of an order of the Catholic church and are named after William of Maleval who lived there around 1155.
Archeological areas in Maremma, Tuscany, Italy.
Rusellae (ancient name of the actual Roselle): Archeological Park Evocative assay of Etruscan and Roman vestiges.