Villa Pinciana


enchanting nature and an intimate sanctuary for the soul


An ancient land that has been transformed by the passionate work of a new generation of vine-dressers into a territory with a splendid vocation for the wine industry. Traditional and modern ways merge and complete each other, expressing a product from which a new flavour of Tuscany emerges.

An ancient land that has been transformed by the passionate work of a new generation of vine-dressers into a territory with a splendid vocation for the wine industry. Traditional and modern ways merge and complete each other, expressing a product from which a new flavour of Tuscany emerges.

“I am Happy Capalbio, defended by the Lion from Siena who is my protector, and by these first walls restored at our own expenses and by the other walls that surround the first ones, during the years one thousand and four when the world had turned ten times and another two”

G. D'Annunzio

The wild heart
of Tuscany

The profile of the Argentario in the distance, the myrtle bushes and strawberry trees, the perfect lines of a young vine oriented towards the sea, the ancient walls of Capalbio, and the Tower of Burano; this is the view from the estate of Villa Pinciana, and these are the elements that emerge from its wine.  This is Gabriele d’Annunzio’s “Happy Capalbio” , a town so resplendent and lively during the renaissance period that it was nicknamed “little Athens”. Today there are no longer any Aldobrandeschi or Medicis in the region, but it maintains the same sweet rare atmosphere of ancient elegant and refined knowledge.

  • Tarquinia: The city of the dynasty of Etruscan Kings

    Cradle of the Etruscan culture, Tarquinia offers its visitors one of the best-conserved necropolises and the most thorough pictorial document of pre-roman art. The historical centre is testimony of the lively medieval times, with its numerous towers, walls and churches.
    Visit the Tarquinia Tourism Website

  • Pitigliano, Sorano and Sovana: The cities on the rock

    Pitigliano, also known as “little Jerusalem” is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Situated on the ledge of a rock, together with Sorano and Sovana, it is one of the characteristic settlements built into the tuff,  a magmatic rock typical of the southern Maremma region.
    More information on Pitigliano

  • Capalbio and Magliano: the Renaissance

    Capalbio is also called “little Athens” for its position which dominates the valley and for the importance that the town had during the renaissance period. Towers, fortresses, palazzos, churches and abbeys are numerous throughout the region, not to mention some of the most ancient Etruscan settlements, which are particularly visible in the region near  the village of Magliano.
    Tourist website of the Capalbio town hall
    More information on Magliano

  • The Latium Maremma: Canino and Vulci

    The Maremma territory extends past the borders of Tuscany into Latium with many more testimonies of a majestic and grand Etruscan past. In the areas near Canino and Vulci, there are in fact thousands of tombs of which the shapes are extremely varied and the decorations rich and elaborate. Some of these include jewels, vases, and especially some of the most important Etruscan frescoes, of worldwide reputation.
    The Parc of Vulci

  • The Tarot Garden: the dream of Niki de Saint-Phalle

    Populated by statues inspired by the main Tarot cards, the Tarot Garden is a contemporary art park, created by Niki de Saint-Phalle, a French-American artist well known for her neo-baroque sculptures created between the 70s and the 90s. Inspired by Gaudi’s Parque Guell, the garden has seen additions by famous artists such as Jean Tinguely, Rico Weber, Sepp Imhof, Paul Wiedmer and many more.
    Official website of the Tarot Garden

  • Nature Intact: The Park of the Uccellina

    The Parco Naturale della Maremma extends over a series of inaccessible wild hills that descend towards the sea with sandy and rocky beaches, surrounded by marshlands, pine forests and pastures. It is the preferred destination of numerous colonies of marsh birds.
    Parco Regionale della Maremma

  • From hunting reserve to oasis: Lake Burano

    A natural reserve that has belonged to the state since 1980, the Oasis of Lake Burano is a salty lagoon at the southern tip of the region of Grosseto, divided by the Tyrrhenian Sea and a narrow strip of dunes. It precedes the beach of the Capalbio coast, the vast pinewoods of Ansedonia which link the homonymous hill to the Mount Argentario and it is the favourite destination of excursionists and observers of the rich Mediterranean flora and fauna. 
    Information on Lake Burano

  • The Sea: from Mount Argentario to the Island of Giannutri

    Little bays, grottos, small islands, bays and beaches…for sea lovers, the Tuscan archipelago at its most southern tip offers breathtaking views and a constant warm climate. From beaches offering a variety of water sports, to smaller more intimate and relaxing bays in the rocks or sand, there is something for everyone in one of the most enchanting areas of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
    The Argentario Beaches


    The Maremma offers many different activities for those who enjoy open-air life. Trekking and horse riding and boat excursions to the nearby islands are among the most popular activities. For those who like to play Golf, they are many 18 hole courses, some of which are part of very exclusive resorts such as the Terme di Saturnia.
    Terme di Saturnia SPA & Golf Resort

Villa Pinciana
and the gastronomic tradition
of the Maremma

Rosso e Vino alla Dogana

Rosso e Vino alla Dogana

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Locanda Rossa

Locanda Rossa

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Il pellicano

Il pellicano

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