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A blissful holiday home in the unspoilt Maremma region

Finding a private holiday home or flat in the Maremma is the proper way to see one of Italy's best regions. Tuscany is renowned for its rolling golden hills, lush plains, historic towns, olive groves, vineyards and balmy weather. You get all of that and more in the Maremma region, a section of western Tuscany which touches the coast to include some of Italy's most spectacular beaches on the Tyrrhenian Sea.

Book an unforgettable beach holiday

The Maremma is blessed with countless breathtaking beaches, coves and cliffs along its famous coast, meaning it's a place you don't have to encounter crowds, queues and industry. Renting a holiday home is the safest way of ensuring a relaxed holiday, because you're not tied to the most frequented spots by hotels and resorts. It's sometimes possible to have beachside spots like San Vincenzo almost to yourself, which seems impossible given its photogenic landscape. The sea here is certified for its purity and clarity, so it's one of the cleanest and safest spots to take a dip, especially for families with children. For a bit more action, buzzing beach towns like Follonica combine these crystalline waters and golden sand with plenty of shops, bars, cafés, restaurants and places of entertainment.

A holiday apartment in historic surroundings

Like the rest of Italy, the Maremma region has a complex history and rich culture that is largely intact in many smaller towns and villages. Far off the traveller's map are unspoilt, gorgeous towns like Marittima Massa and Vignale Riotorto, which offer the kind of romantic, idyllic Italian backdrop you might hope for. Winding streets, huddled houses and stunning landscapes set the mood, though without having a holiday home or apartment in town it's difficult to get under the surface of these places and see their true charm. A holiday apartment also gives holidaymakers a great base for day trips around the Maremma countryside, for hiking, trips to the region's many natural thermal baths, wine tours and culinary escapes.