Suvereto is a wonderful medieval village of about 3000 inhabitants, with roots that date back to the end of the 10th century (April 973). The natural history of this land rests in the forests of cork oaks (Quercus Suber), plants once very frequent in the Tuscan hill of the coast. The hamlet is nestled on the slopes of the hills that dominate the land near the sea of the Etruscan Coast. Suvereto is part of the association of Wine and Olive Oil Towns, As a designated Slow Food City, it has been awarded with the Orange Flag by the Touring Club of Italy. The town is an active as a member in of the association of the most beautiful villages in Italy (i Borghi più Belli d’Italia). Suvereto is also renowned for festivals of art, history, food and wine, music and folklore.
How to reach Suvereto
You can reach Suvereto from the coast, by turning towards the hinterland at the Piombino and Venturina exit and then following the signs for the village. Suvereto is easily reachable by train to the Campiglia Marittima station and then by bus to the town. The nearest airports are Pisa and Florence.
Thanks to its position, the village easily allows our guests to visit the most famous places in Tuscany: Pisa, Florence, Siena, Volterra. The sea can be reached in 15 minutes. Just 18 km away from Suvereto is the seaport with ferry boarding to Elba Island and to other islands of the Tuscan Archipelago with the possibility of guided tours and excursions by public or private transportation.
Visit our page dedicated to activities such as visits to wineries and trails for sport and nature lovers and follow the updates on the many events taking place in our area. There is always a good reason to visit one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
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