The tiny walled town of Magliano in Toscana, 7 km away. has a witch’s olive tree “l’Olivo della Strega” and the ruined abbey of San Bruzio.
Pereta, 15 km away, has a crenellated gateway and clock tower.
Orbetello, 20 km away, is located in the middle of the lagoon of the same name.
Talamone, 21 km away, has the Rocca, a castle perched on a cliff over the sea.
The ancient city of Cosa, 21 km away, on the top of Ansedonia hill.
Monte Argentario, 25 km away, has fortresses, a spectacular panoramic road and picturesque inlets.
If beaches are your thing, you will be spoilt for choice: nearby Giannella is 12 km away, the Duna Feniglia Nature Reserve 25 km away, the bays on Argentario again 25 km away and wonderful Cala Violina just 73 km away.
Scansano, the town where the famous Morellino wine is produced, is 25 km away.
Capalbio with its town walls and the WWF Oasis is 26 km away.
The Maremma Nature Park is 27 km away.
The Giardino dei Tarocchi di Niki de Saint Phalle sculpture garden is 35 km away.
Montemerano with its picturesque Piazza del Castello is 36 km away.
The spa waters of Saturnia and Cascatelle are 42 km away.
The Roselle archaeology site is 44 km away.
The tuff stone cities of Pitigliano, Sovana and Sorano, respectively 51, 51 and 60 km away, have an Etruscan necropolis and mysterious paths cut into the tuff, called Vie Cave.
The islands of Giglio, 25 km and an hour by boat and Giannutri, 25 km and an hour and 10 minutes by boat.