Swimtrekking on the Tuscan coast

Discover our wonderful rocky headlands

Name: Swimtrekking on the Tuscan Coast
Location: Buca delle Fate (Baratti) – Cala Violina (Bandite di Scarlino, loc. Puntone)
Itinerary:One-day water trekking
Best period: : June to September
Length and duration:  1.0 to 1.4 km at sea (travel time: 1.0 to 1.5 hrs), 4 km on the ground (travel time around 2.0 hrs). With breaks and stops, approximately 5 hrs in total.
Price: 2 people = €90 per person, 3 to 4 people = €70 per person (for individual tours, please contact us at
Level:  Some experience of snorkel, fins and mask is required

Swimtrekking on the promontories of the Tuscan coast: wandering around beautiful beaches immersed in the Mediterranean scrub. Locations will be reached on foot or by swimming. Participants will discover the Blue Trails from two opposite, yet close, perspectives, snorkeling with masks among the rocks of crystalline waters, and rediscovering paths immersed in the countryside along the coast in the shade of holm oaks, strawberry trees and pines.

Cala Violina

is an atmospheric cove of the Grosseto Maremma, in the municipal territory of Scarlino, which opens in the heart of the Bandite di Scarlino nature reserve. The cove, which is not very large, is enclosed by two promontories and characterized by white sand and a very transparent sea. What makes it unique, though, is the sound emitted by the beach when trampled upon by those who cross it, in the absence of sound sources

Buca delle Fate

is a magical place full of history, where you can spend a memorable day along the Etruscan coast. This beautiful bay, accessible by a dirt path, owes its name to the presence of numerous Etruscan tombs dating back to the 6th century BC, commonly known as “holes,” small caves, which the ancients believed provided refuge for supernatural beings.