PORTO SANTO STEFANO:
Maremma is one of the best-known areas in Tuscany, beloved by tourists for its rustic and bucolic charm. Make time to stop here on your holiday in Tuscany on a yacht charter, before sailing out to Porto Santo Stefano.
Porto Santo Stefano, near Grosseto, is known for its excellent seafood cuisine that features mouth-watering preparations like caldaro – a soup that fishermen once prepared with freshly-caught fish – and scaveccio, made with “mazzama”, the collective name of the “poor” (cheap) fish like surmullet, hakes, white sea bream, and annular sea breams, that always comes with the catch of the day. Tuscany boasts premium restaurants fit for the most demanding palates.
Porto Santo Stefano has heavenly waters that are recognized as diving and snorkelling sites for amateurs and experts alike.
Many of the local beaches are unspoiled and backed with fragrant Mediterranean vegetation, affording hours of quiet on a holiday in Tuscany on a yacht charter. Lovely retreats include Marinella, Moletto, Cala Moresca, and Bagni di Domiziano, a windy, rocky inlet perfect to practice water sports like windsurfing.
Tuscany on a chartered boat
Sun, sea, and untouched nature: the Argentario and Porto Santo Stefano are an obligatory stop of a luxury charter in Tuscany before landing in Viareggio, or the island of Elba.