VALLE D’ORO, a precious gift from the past
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Today we want to share with you the beauty and the magnificence of a little known territory, Valle d’Oro – Golden Valley situated in Tuscany’s Maremma close to Capalbio.
This area includes twelve main archeologic sites of which the most important are the ancient Roman village of Cosa (modern Ansedonia), the beautifull Villa Settefinestre and Villa delle Colonne.
There is an
interesting project called ‘Archaelogical and Landscape Park of the Golden
Valley’ created by Maremmamare Association, which has the purpose of establishing
a park, protecting and increasing the value of this archaelogical and
Visitors will be astonished at discovering this marvellous place running into memorable remnants of once former glory, and experiencing a pristine territory with green hills, olive tree groves, mediterranean scrub and wheat fields.
All the archeological findings discovered in the area show that in Roman times here wine was produced in industrial quantities , and it was exported to all Mediterranean locations. Also, presence of several dry stone walls proves already 2.000 years ago the presence of agricutural activities and cultivated fields.
Golden Valley offers breathtaking landscapes, famous wineries producing very
special wines – l’oro, the gold - known
al lover the world as a result of a perfect combination of terroir and
The immediate proximity of the sea and beautiful beaches near Capalbio and Monte Argentario make this area a must to visit place in Southern Tuscany!
Have a look to this fantastic video http://www.valledorogiardino.com/foto-video-mostra-parco-archeologico-paesaggistico you will be thrown into a magical land .
For further info and pictures visit http://www.valledorogiardino.com/
Photo Credit: Andrea De Maria for Maremma Mare Association (images from Valle d’Oro photo book, Edizioni Effigi – Arcidosso 2013)