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Sandy beaches and crystal clear water characterize the 12-kilometer stretch of beach known as Capalbio. Just north of the Lazio border, this picturesque part of Italy is actually in Tuscany, but it’s closer to Rome than it is Florence and therefore makes it an easy playground for Roman holidaymakers. Rugged and mostly untouched, there are many free public beaches and it’s also a haven for watersports lovers with many private areas dedicated to windsurfing and kitesurfing. The town center has retained its medieval look and features a number of historical markers like a fortress, a palace, churches, ancient walls, and frescoes.

Stay at the luxury country house, La Capalbiola for stunning panoramic views from the Argentario Coast towards the idyllic island of Giannutri. After your breakfast with a view, check out the beach in the warmer months and in shoulder seasons enjoy the asparagus or even truffle harvest or the Saturnia thermal springs only 30-minute drive away.

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La Capalbiola ospita la Tuscany Cycling Season

Il mare dell’Argentario e l’Oasi del WWF, pregiati vigneti e olivi secolari, borghi medievali e città etrusche. E’ stato questo lo spettacolare scenario che ha condotto alla Capalbiola, lungo l’antica via Aurelia,  il press tour organizzato da Toscana Promozione Turismo per promuovere la regione come destinazione ciclistica per tutte le stagioni. Una tappa apprezzata fra la degustazione dei prodotti del podere e il relax offerto dal parco immerso in un’area archeologica, fra riserve naturali e l’arte insolita del Giardino dei Tarocchi.

Grazie Silvia! A presto Giovanni e Giancarlo, vi aspettiamo insieme a Germana, Paolo, Matteo, Aldo, Oscar, Matt e Keir

Foto concesse da @tuscanycyclingseason