Within 15 minutes from Argentario Resort
Ansedonia: This renowned tourist village lies near the ruins of the ancient Roman town of Cosa, which includes the towers of San Pancrazio, San Biagio and Puccini.
Convento dei Frati Passionisti: From this Monastery, built in 1737 by S. Paolo Della Croce, you can admire Orbetello Lagoon and the Giannella strip.
Giannella: The Tombolo of the Giannella is a strip of land that is 6 km long, located between the Tyrrhenian Sea and Orbetello Lagoon. The beach is sandy and the waters shallow.
Orbetello: This town lies in the middle of the lagoon (WWF Reserve) that carries the same name. Home to a gothic-style Cathedral and an Archaeological Museum.
Porto Ercole: One of Italy’s most beautiful villages, it is surrounded by majestic XV-century walls and a series of forts, including Forte Stella, Forte Filippo and Forte Santa Caterina.
Porto Santo Stefano: Dominated by the ancient Spanish Fortress, this is a lovely and panoramic seaside town from where you can reach the Islands of Giglio and Giannutri.
Riserva Naturale Duna Feniglia: This nature reserve lies on a 7-km strip of land that separates Orbetello Lagoon from the open sea. Ideal for jogging, walking, cycling and birdwatching.