Distance: 25 minutes
Suvereto is a charming village of medieval origin, rich in art and history, immersed in the Mediterranean maquis between the hills of the Val di Cornia and the shimmering sea of the Etruscan Coast. The town is a real treasure chest: its walls guard the characteristic medieval streets, stone houses, historic buildings and evocative churches, all immersed in a unique natural setting characterised by chestnut woods, oaks and, of course, cork oaks, from which the town derives its name.
The vast wooded area of Montioni, in particular, has recently become a large provincial park in which trekking and horse-riding routes wind their way through natural resources and archaeological remains from various periods.
The history of this village dates back to 1973, the year of origin of the first official document, even if studies and research carried out on site lead to the hypothesis that the birth of the village took place on the remains of an older settlement dating back to the Etruscan period.
Suvereto has come down to the present day preserving all the typical characteristics of its history, allowing you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of past centuries even through a simple walk through the village streets.
In the territory of Suvereto, farms produce an amazing oil and a wine so characteristic that it has obtained the DOCG denomination: in fact, it is also part of the Strada del Vino, a route that allows you to discover all the places where this alcoholic beverage acquires all its formidable and very different notes.