Argenta in Maremma region, Italy

Hotel Tenuta dell’Argento Resort in Civitavecchia (Italy)

Country-style room with reproductions of paintings of life in the Maremma region. WiFi is free of charge.

This double room with 1 single bed is decorated in country style with reproductions of paintings of life in the Maremma region. WiFi is available free of charge.

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This hotel has 22 rooms.

Hotel facilities

  • Wi-Fi is available in selected hotel rooms free of charge.
  • Private parking is available on site (reservation is not required) This service may be subject to charge.
  • Pets are allowed on request in advance. No extra charge.
  • Children of all ages can be accommodated. Children from 5 years to 11 years can be accommodated in an existing bed for €15 per person per night. Guests of any age can stay in an extra bed at €20 per person per night. There are no baby beds available. Extra beds and cribs are available on request. Confirmation by the hotel on the provision of this service is required. Extra services are not automatically included in the total price and must be paid for separately during your stay.
  • Available: Visa, Euro/Mastercard, No Prepayment
  • Check-in time: 14:00-20:00. Check-out time: 10:00 am.
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Services and Facilities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Kids menu
  • Private parking on site
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Family Rooms
  • Air conditioning
  • Airport shuttle
  • Horseback riding
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Outdoor pool (open seasonally)
  • Panoramic Pool
  • Swimming pool with a view
  • Pool
  • Conference/Banquet Hall
  • Business Center
  • Pets allowed
  • Daily maid service
  • Luggage storage
  • No smoking allowed in entire area
  • 24 Hour Security

Direct distance to the beach – 4270 meters



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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel “Tenuta dell’Argento Resort

How much does it cost to stay at Hotel Tenuta dell’Argento Resort?

Prices for accommodation will depend on the conditions of the search: dates of travel, number of guests, rates. The approximate minimum price for one night for two people is 5700 rubles.

How far is the nearest beach from Hotel Tenuta dell’Argento Resort?

You can walk to the nearest beach in 130 minutes. It is located 8640 m away.

Which room types can I book at Hotel Tenuta dell’Argento Resort?

At Hotel Tenuta dell’Argento Resort you can book the following rooms: Standard double room with 2 separate beds, Standard double room with 1 bed, Standard double room with 2 separate beds. Available rooms can be checked by setting the dates of your trip.

Does Hotel Tenuta dell’Argento Resort have a pool?

Yes, Hotel Tenuta dell’Argento Resort has an Outdoor Swimming Pool, Panoramic Pool

What to see in Tuscan Maremma

The geographical area of Maremma is located in Tuscany and northern Lazio. The vast area overlooks the Tyrrhenian Sea and is characterized by beautiful rural landscapes, clean beaches, an abundance of historical sites and pretty medieval towns scattered in picturesque locations.

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Maremma can be called one of the most characteristic and special areas of Tuscany.

From north to south the Maremma is divided into several parts: – The Northern Maremma lies in the province of Livorno and partly in the province of Pisa. – The Maremma Grossetana lies in the province of Grosseto. – Maremma Lazio covers the northern part of the region.


The name of the region Maremma comes from the word “marsh”, and reflects the fact that there are marshlands. True, it was relevant in the past, when the population was dying from epidemics of malaria. The first works of land reclamation were carried out by Duke Ferdinand III of Tuscany. But in 1824, returning home after a trip to Maremma, he felt ill and soon died. His son Leopoldo II of Tuscany continued his work. Thus, by the nineteenth century Maremma had become an agrarian area, which changed its appearance and further destiny.

The most beautiful cities of Maremma

Grosseto Grosseto is the main city of the province of the same name. In the historic center there is a cathedral of the XIII century, the Church of St. Peter and St. Francis and the Museum of Archaeology and Art of Maremma. Read more about Grosseto


Capalbio The medieval town of Capalbio is surrounded by ancient walls, above which the fortress of Aldobrandesca rises. Picturesque cobblestone streets, massive doors and beautiful views await tourists in Capalbio. You can come here at lunch or dinner time to visit one of the many restaurants. Read more about Capalbio


Massa Marittima The magnificent historic center rises on the hill of Montereggio. It retains a medieval atmosphere and old buildings. In the central square is the cathedral built in the XII century. Not far from it there is a spring of Abundance with a “savory” fresco and an underground gallery, the town has museums of archaeology and mines. Read more about Massa Marittima

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Massa Marittima

Gavorrano In the past, Gavorrano was a city of mines, with vast deposits of iron sorcery contributing to production and economic prosperity. In 1981 the mines closed and Gavorrano became a tourist destination. Read more about Gavorrano


Bolgheri Bolgheri is the most wine producing area of Maremma and the cradle of “super Tuscan” wines. It is home to prestigious wineries and vast vineyards, and the small town is home to numerous wine shops, bars and restaurants. Read more about Bolgheri


Orbetello Orbetello attracts with its sea views, the Spanish mill growing out of the sea and the cathedral. Near the town there are sandy beaches. Read more about Orbetello


Pitigliano Pitigliano grows spectacularly out of tuff rock. It was founded by the Etruscans. In the 15th century Pitigliano was home to a large Jewish community, for which the town was called “Little Jerusalem”. Jewish gastronomic traditions have been preserved and the cuisine of Pitigliano is under the care of Slow Food. Read more about Pitigliano


Saturnia The ancient town of Saturnia boasts an archaeological museum, but most tourists and locals are drawn to Saturnia’s thermal springs. The sulfurous thermae maintain a constant temperature of 37.5 degrees year round. Read more about Saturnia Thermae

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Sovana The medieval borgo Sovana disposes to an unhurried stroll through the stone streets and a visit to the 11th century cathedral. Not far from the town there is an Etruscan necropolis and a mystical road cut into the rock. Read more about Sovana

The road in the rock

Magliano in Toscana The small town of Magliano in Tuscany is located in the central part of Maremma. It is famous for its Etruscan past, in its surroundings there are several necropolises. In the Middle Ages, Maliano belonged to the powerful Aldobrandeschi family, and later became part of the Republic of Siena. In the 16th century, the city came under the power of the Medici, becoming part of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. The city was surrounded by several fortress walls, built in different centuries. There are still some parts of the walls preserved to this day. The city’s main street is via Garibaldi which runs through the historic center. Here you can see the church of St. John the Baptist. It was originally built in the Romanesque style, but later it acquired Gothic features. Inside there are frescoes of the 15th and 16th centuries of the Sienese school. The Palazzo Podesta was built in 1425 by the people’s captain Pietro Salimbeni Benassai. It is made in late Gothic style. Another historic building of interest is the palazzo of Kekko the Beautiful. It was built in the XIV century of gray stones. It was the residence of the noble family Munaldeschi of Orvieto and was also used by the Dukes of Aldobrandeschi. Kekko the Beautiful appeared at the beginning of the twentieth century. Under this nickname hid a certain Francesco Salvi, who was distinguished by his handsome appearance and amorous character. The building remains residential to this day. The ruins of the medieval monastery of San Bruzio, 2 km from the city center, are of interest.

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Magliano in Tuscany

Monte Argentario The municipality of Monte Argentario was once an island, but over time two embankments were formed that joined the land to create the lagoon of Orbetello. The coast of Argentario is characterized by picturesque beaches. It is worth visiting the two borgoes of Porto Santo Stefano and Porto Ercole on the coast. Fortified settlements emerged during the period of Spanish domination. In 1610, the body of Caravaggio was found in Porto Ercole. The famous artist was sailing from Naples, according to historical documents he was already sick, the boat washed ashore at Finilla beach. Caravaggio was buried in the old cemetery of San Sebastiano, the site of the new center. During excavations in 1956, bones were found, as forensics determined that some of them belonged to the artist. Porto Santo Stefano is considered the main town of Monte Argentaria. It is worth a stroll through the fish market and lunch in one of the borgo restaurants. Around the peninsula there is a road that offers panoramic views. Just keep in mind that part of the road is closed, because there are rich villas, and the owners do not want to be disturbed by passing cars. From the port of Monte Argentaria you can reach the two islands that make up the Tuscan archipelago, Giglio and Giannutri.

Porto Ercole

Where to live in Maremma

Since Maremma is an agricultural area, it is better to choose agriturismo as a hotel to get in touch with the unhurried and peaceful atmosphere of the Tuscan province. We stayed at the rural hotel La Parrina, near Orbetello and Capalbio. It is not only a hotel, but a large estate that produces excellent wines, grows vegetables and fruits, raises sheep and horses, and makes cheeses. La Parrina has existed since 1830 and is now owned by the Marquise Franke Spinola, who also resides on the estate. The hotel is furnished in a 19th-century building, with rooms on the upper floor featuring wood-beamed ceilings and a cozy fireplace room. All rooms are distinguished by their interiors and details. The restaurant uses mostly its own products and specializes in Maremma cuisine. We took part in a master class on cheese-making and watched how fresh milk is turned into mozzarella or pecorino cheese. A walk among the vineyards or peach trees will be a pleasure. La Parrina grows a lot of peaches, part of them are processed (what delicious peach juice with pulp is given for breakfast!), and the rest are sold. It is interesting to visit the nursery, which gathered more than 500 species of plants, among which are representatives of the Mediterranean, and more exotic places. You can also go horseback riding, wine tasting, swimming in the pool and sunbathing.

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