Once upon a time Aurelia Vetus, the ancient roman road going northward from Rome, crossed the Ombrone river throug the so called Devil's Bridge. Nowdays ther's a modern bridge instead, but along the river bands you can discover beautiful landscapes, wile you follow the river flow, on board of a...Read more..
Visite guidate all'AcquarioInizierà il 19 luglio il ciclo di visite guidate estive "Alla scoperta dei fondali del Mediterraneo"dedicate in particolar modo ai bambini, presso l’acquario comunale in Lungomare dei Navigatori a Porto S.Stefano.Le visite guidate, a cura dei volontari...Read more..
The European Day of Parks returns with a rich calendar of events and activities, to discover the value of Nature, Parks and Nature Reserves in Tuscany Marenna.Year 2019's edition is "Nature, our Treasure"; biodiversity and unique enviornments that must be known, and protected.The Tuscany Region...Read more..
The Duna di Feniglia Nature Reserve is a state protected natural area established in 1971.The Feniglia is a tombolo or a strip of sand between the hill of Ansedonia to the east and Monte Argentario to the west. It is about 6 km long and covers a total area of 474 hectares. From Orbetello, the...Read more..
The Tombolo della Giannella is a strip of land about 6 km long and an average width of just over 300 meters, which goes from Monte Argentario to the mouth of the river Albegna. It is located in the municipality of Orbetello for all its extension and is washed by the Tyrrhenian Sea to the north west...Read more..
The extension of the Orbetello Lagoon is about 27 Km/q. the average depth is about 1 meter, the maximum does not exceed 2 m.It is separated from the sea to the west and east by two strips of land about 6 km long (the sandy Tomboli of Giannella to NW and Feniglia to SE) and west by the promontory of...Read more..