Greek people called it Artemisia, Romans called it Dianium, celebrating Diana, the goddes of the moon, due to its half moon shape. Giannutri is small, made by limestone and its cliffs are jagged and full of caves. Its coasts go down deep in the water, becomeing a kind of beautiful showcases for the...Read more..
Grosseto's Municipality has just obtained three bike smiles from ComuniCiclabili Fiab.ComuniCiclabili evaluated the level of development of bike friendly stuctures in many areas of Italy and, for the fourth consecutive edition, Grosseto has been considered one of the most evoluted cities in healthy...Read more..
Up to 300 people from 12 different countries from Europe have followed the second webinar online hosted by Medina del Campo, a city partner of the iPlace Project, where gathered different players of tourism sector to discuss the Sustainable Tourism.The webinar joined different touristic...Read more..
When we talk about Marina di Grosseto we think about a new town complitely devoted to turistic and summer activities. Just a few people know that there is a buiding, not far from the touristic port, which is the symbol of the birth of a settlement with a complitely different vocation: we are...Read more..
Some say that she's wearing a cloak, some others say that she's riding a broom; she's a whitch for someone and a good grandmother for others. Whatever your belief is, you can be cetrain that she's comeing up to visit you in the night between January 5th and 6th and shes going to leave you sweets or...Read more..
During Christmas Holidays, if you walk throug Corso Carducci, the main street of the historical centre of Grosseto, you can read the words of a popular local song wrote in 1952 by two simple artists of Grosseto, that will make you feel the scent of a beautiful and honest land cleand and saved from...Read more..