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How to arrive at Cuor di lupo

If you arrive from the south:
SS1 Aurelia state Giuncarico exit, follow signs for Castiglione della Pescaia to the second roundabout, then up to Follonica Grilli, the pharmacy on the left for 800 meters then turn right on the white road for 3.5 km in the directions Agriturismo Cuor of lupo.

If you arrive from the north:
SS1 Aurelia state output Gavorrano Scalo, on the overpass to the intersection, then turn right and follow signs for Caldana, straight up to Basse di Caldana, then a right onto Caldana for 1200 meters, then left following the signs Agriturismo Cuor di lupo on the white road for 1.5 km

GPS coordinates:
42 ° 52 '51.61 "N    10 ° 56' 23.93" E


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Locations in the area that are well worth a visit: 
1) Castiglione della Pescaia, an ancient medieval village with a castle facing the sea, between  Scarlino, Punta Ala and Marina di Grosseto. The old part is an authentic balcony over the Tyrrhenian. Home to a tourist port which offers daily excursions to the Tuscan archipelago islands, Castiglione della Pescaia can boast of ancient origins. The first signs of population in the area date back to almost 60,000 years ago while the first urban settlement is located at Vetulonia the ancient city founded by the Etruscans near Prile Lake (which now no longer exists). The Romans, on the other hand, founded the village of Salebrone, famous for its mild climate, lake teeming with fish and surrounding area full of wildlife; 
2) Grosseto: capital and fortified city along the road between Rome and Pisa, in 1138 it became the Bishop’s seat, thus becoming important in the Maremma. Later it would pass to the Aldobrandeschi, then it was conquered by the Senesi and in 1559 it passed to the Medici. There were various claims over two centuries; 
3) The Tirli countryside is surrounded by oaks and chestnut trees and enjoys an exceptional climate, rising 450 meters and exposed to the sea breeze. The first settlements were made by woodsmen and shepherds and the wood-cutting tradition is still very rooted in the area. Very suggestive due to its narrow alleys, the town is overlooked by a fortified monasteryconstructed around 1500 by the Augustinian friars. Here the people would take refuge from assaults by the Saracen pirates; 
4) Vetulonia is an ancient Etruscan city which gave Rome the lictor symbols of the bundle of rods and the ax. Vetulonia reached the height of its splendor between the 7th and 6th centuries BC and there are still many reminders of its ancient power. After the splendor of the Etruscan period, Vetulonia declined: in 1181 the Colonna Castle arose due to the need for fortifications to defend the population. Some traces remain of the imposing Etruscan wall and in the immediate vicinity of the current town there is anEtruscan necropolis. Opening soon in town is an archeological museum with significant remains. The panorama with its rolling hills is fabulous; 
5) Diaccia Borrona: To get to the Natural Reserve, follow the signs for Isola Clodia and the Casa Rossa. It is very suggestive and full of birds. Inside the park (entry is free) you can admire white herons, red herons, ducks, the marsh hawk and the black-winged stilt; 
6) Massa Marittima is an old medieval city located 380 meters above sea level on a hill about 15 km from the Golfo del Sole. Known for its copper and silver mines that were used up until 1300 and then reactivated in 1830 and used until 1970, it has kept its medieval atmosphere. TheBalestro del Girifalco, a competition between crossbowmen from the city neighborhoods, is also an historical  re-enactment; 
7) The Maremma Natural Regional Park was instituted in 1975 but, despite its small size (about 10,000 hectares) and recent development, it has become an important reference point for a growing number of people. In 1993 it was given the European Diploma of Protected Areas by the European Council. A visit to the Park will definitely be a pleasant and learning experience, but you should keep in mind that a single visit could be disappointing since expectations are often oversized in relation to what is actually possible in a short visit; you must remember that it is not a zoo, the animals roam free and are not readily available to visitors; 
8) San Galgano: The complex made up of the Hermitage, or Rotonda di Montesiepi,  from the ruins of the great Cistercian Abbey of San Galgano is one of the most suggestive in Tuscany.  In the Rotonda di Montesiepi, set in the rock, is the Sword of Saint Galgano. Built between 1182 and 1185 over the hut located on the hill where Saint Galgano lived during the last year of his life and where he plunged his sword in the stone, the Rotonda di Montesiepi was originally the Tomb of the Saint who was buried to the north of the sword as if to see Chiusdino through the entrance door. It wasn't until 1220 (or 1218?) that construction of the large abbey began in the valley. In 1550 the Commendam Girolamo Vitelli sold the lead roof (after selling all of the jewels and who knows what else).

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