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Suvereto

A MEDIEVAL JEWEL IN THE MEDITERANNEAN SCRUBLAND ON THE ETRUSCAN COAST

Suvereto, considered one of the most beautiful medieval villages in Italy, appears between the hills and the Etruscan Coast’s glistening sea. It was awarded the Touring Club's Orange Flag.

Nestled in Val di Cornia’s natural environment, the village truly is a treasure chest; its walls protect the characteristic medieval streets, stone houses, historical buildings and charming churches. Everywhere you look you see endless woods of chestnut trees, oak trees and, of course, cork trees, which is how the area got its name.

Not only is Suvereto full of art and history but, surrounded by the scent of Mediterannean shrub, it also stands out for its gorgeous views and peaceful and restful soul.

What to see in Suvereto?

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