Ancient hamlet where the charm of the Middle Ages blends with nature, relaxation and sports.
As you descend from the hill along the road that winds through a lush greenery, you will find the archaeological park of San Silvestro, the thermal baths, the lake with a natural source of hot water until you can dive in the sea of San Vincenzo, or if you prefer to arrive In a 10-minute drive to the vast beaches of Follonica, the magnificent Torremozza show or the most classic Carbonifera beach.
The urban settlement of Campiglia Marittima is documented with written sources since the 11th century and is part of the historical writings of Pisa from the middle of the twelfth century.
Archaeological remnants in the municipal territory point out that there existed appropriations prior to the Middle Ages for the good geographical location and for the proximity of other castles Campiglia became the seat of a captain, established by the municipality of Pisa, from this time we find the territory campigliese completely inserted in Vicissitudes of the city of Pisa until 1406, until the conquest of Pisa by Florence
The scenario is typical and characteristic for this part of Maremma, where olive trees, rows of grapewines and the Mediterranean scrub are the protagonist of this part of Tuscany also known as homeland of three civilizations, the Etruscan, Roman and medieval.