The Sea

Valmora is a large natural terrace overlooking the Gulf of Follonica.

A few minutes from the estate you can find the beaches of Follonica and Scarlino with large pine trees stretching up behind them, making them a perfect choice for a relaxing day with the whole family. There are walkways through the pine forest for handicapped access, and areas dedicated for animals. Just a little more north at the coastal park of Sterpaia, the beaches are equipped with showers and toilets.

Between Punta Ala and Follonica you will find beautiful coves, perfect for lovers of sand (Cala Violina) and rocks (Cala Martina).

Torre Mozza, a defensive structure from the 1500s, the pinewoods of Follonica, the beach of Cala Violina, named for the sound that is created by walking on the sand.

Nearby Valmora you can reach:

Gulf of Baratti

An ideal combination of nature and history, the Gulf of Baratti is dominated by Populonia, an ancient fortified town which offers a panoramic view combining the Maremma coast and Livorno. Here you’ll also find the Etruscan Archaeological Park, a beautiful pine forest, the beach and marina, excursions to the Buca delle Fate beach, and the many coves of the promontory of Piombino.

Marina di Scarlino

The tourist port of Marina di Scarlino is one of the most peaceful and well-maintained of the Tyrrhenian coast. Thanks to the protection of the Gulf and the island of Elba, it is an ideal landing place all year round, during all wind and sea conditions.

It offers 560 berths, a technologically advanced shipyard, commercial gallery, quality catering, numerous sporting opportunities, pleasure boating, as well as top level sailing events.

Punta Ala

A scenic marina of 885 berths, Punta Ala was developed in the 1960s along the promontory of the same name, through a pioneering urban project curated by leading Italian architects. The Yacht Club, once the base for Luna Rossa, organises regattas, while the Golf Club with its 18 hole course is considered among the best in Europe and is home to international tournaments.

Castiglione della Pescaia

One of the most renowned seaside resorts of the Maremma, Castiglione della Pescaia is centred around the Aragonese castle and the medieval village. The Canal Port is home to yachts and sailboats, and is the starting point for short cruises in the Tuscan Archipelago. Nature takes centre stage here with the blue sea, the beaches, lush pine forest, and fauna typical of the Mediterranean.



Valmora Estate is surrounded by nature, with 320 hectares of vineyards, olive groves and wheat fields, and many kilometres of pathways that weave independently to reach the lake or lookout.

Wild flora and fauna are the stars of this region, and it is common to meet hedgehogs, pheasants, and deer along your way.

Just a few kilometres away you can enjoy Lake dell’Accesa, an oasis of relaxation for a refreshing dip.

The olive groves of the estate, grazing deer and bales of hay, the flowering fields of poppies near the Lake dell’Accesa, which is only a few minutes from Valmora Estate.

Many natural parks are very close to Valmora:

Parco di Montioni

Oasi WWF Orti Bottagone

Parco delle Biancane in Monterotondo Marittimo

Parco della Maremma