Friday, June 7, 2013

Alfresco cooking with endless Maremma views

il Baciarino Vetulonia view from La Dolce Vita

The perfect travel find while exploring the Maremma this spring, the remote coastal region of Tuscany: Il Baciarino's two minimalist cottages are nestled in an old olive and oak grove on the steep slopes of Vetulonia, an ancient Etruscan hill town with endless views of the Tyrrhenian Sea and the surrounding hills of the Maremma region. In theory, it would have made a great base to explore the region, but we opted to stay put around our little casetta to just relax, enjoy the views and cook a few meals in the alfresco kitchen {in the compnay of the two gentle resident donkeys, Gina & Stella} ...

il Baciarino Vetulonia La Dolce Vitaphoto by Julia Spiessil Baciarino Vetulonia cottage La Dolce Vita
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il Baciarino Vetulonia agriturismo maremma accommodation
Il Baciarino in Vetulonia agriturismo Maremma

... and walking into town for a Negroni with a view at the lcoal bar,  Il Ritrovo di Bes:

Vetulonia Maremma Toscana Il Ritrovo di Bes Vetulonia barIl Ritrovo di Bes bar in Vetulonia Maremma Toscana
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the location. 
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telephone {+39} 347 9344943

Our hosts Clelia & Andrea also offer private dinners and cooking classes at their property nearby
{photos from an amazing alfresco seafood dinner here ...}

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