Camping Stella del Mare is located in Castiglione della Pescaia, just 100 metres from Rocchette beach, which has been awarded with a Blue Flag and 5 Vele Legambiente.
Castiglione della Pescaia is a tourist resort in the Maremma which is considered exclusive for the quality of its sea and beaches, environmental care and equipment. The coast is mainly low and sandy with the exception of the small promontory of Punta Capezzolo, which divides the town of Castiglione della Pescaia from the town of Riva del Sole, and the entire area of the promontory of Punta Ala, which both have tall and rocky coasts.
Stella del Mare Srl
Via Cavalleggeri Nord 88
57020 Marina di Bibbona (LI)
Cod. fisc & P.Iva: IT01307880508
MPS filiale di Cecina
Iban: IT 89B01030 70690 0000 0152 1734
By car coming from North: S.S.1 Aurelia
Follonica Nord Exit, follow direction for Castiglione della Pescaia, keep going on s.p. 322, turn right after about 17 km, direction Rocchette.
By car coming from South: S.S.1 Aurelia
Grosseto Sud Exit, follow direction for Castiglione della Pescaia, s.p. 322. Go through the town and turn left towards the Rocchette.
Amusement Parks & Nature
Distance: 22 km
Dive into the water park and discover a corner of Hawaii in Follonica. You will find the right mix of adrenaline and relaxation, suitable for guests of all ages. Pools with sun loungers and parasols, thrilling slides, unique attractions, fast food and a cafeteria are waiting for you.
Distance: 62 km
Tuscany’s huge amusement park, completely surrounded by greenery, covers an area of 100,000 sqm in the pine forest of Marina di Castagneto Carducci. Attractions, shows, 4D cinema, roller coasters, children’s rides and much more.
Diaccia Botrona Nature Reserve
Distance: 10 km
The Diaccia Botrona Nature Reserve is a protected natural area of exceptional natural, historical and landscape importance featuring a typical marsh environment; it occupies a part of the plain between the city of Grosseto and the coastal town of Castiglione della Pescaia. Guided tours can take you through the natural reserve on a small boat.
Maremma Regional Park
Distance: 50 km
Commonly known as “Parco dell’Uccellina”, the park extends for 10,000 hectares along the coast, from Principina to Talamone. The coastal strip is lapped by limpid and crystalline waters while the inland areas are characterised by thick woods and pine forests. There are numerous watch towers inside the park that were used in the Middle Ages to watch for the ships of Saracen pirates.
WWF Natural Oasis of Orbetello
Distance: 62 km
As a historic oasis for WWF, the Oasis of Orbetello is the most important lagoon of the Tyrrhenian Sea: you can see the knight of Italy here who inspired the intervention of Fulco Pratesi and Hardy Reichelt to create one of the first WWF Oases in 1964. Thanks to its position along migratory routes, thousands of birds stop here, especially in winter.
WWF Oasis Burano Lake
Distanza: 80 km
Burano Lake is a brackish coastal lagoon at the southern end of the Grosseto Maremma, in the municipality of Capalbio. It is separated from the Tyrrhenian Sea by a narrow strip of dunes, and is one of the most naturally preserved coastal stretches of the region. The Buranaccio Tower watches over the lake: a fortification built at the time of the State of the Presidi.
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