Suvereto is a charming village of medieval origin, still today surrounded by walls, a few steps from the Etruscan city of Populonia, in Tuscany.
A center with a particularly mild climate, it is located on the gentle slopes that rise from the valley of the Cornia river towards the metalliferous hills; from these first hills you can see the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Gulf of Follonica and the Island of Elba. Behind it, roads and paths wind towards the cities of Massa Marittima and Volterra. The area, rich in cork oaks, centuries-old olive trees and vines, reflects the characteristics of the local economy, traditionally based on agriculture, forestry and livestock farming and today also on crafts and tourism. In particular, the cork woods, mixed with the fragrant and variegated Mediterranean scrub, give the landscape an exclusive imprint: the cork, which here more sweetly call suvero, is at the origin of the name of the town itself.
The vast wooded area of Montioni, in particular, it has recently become a large provincial park in which paths for trekking and horseback riding wind through natural resources and archaeological remains from various eras. (see Montioni and the Parks of Val di Cornia). A system of hillocks (Monte Peloso, Monte Pitti, Poggio Castello) makes the vast territory of Suvereto even more varied, rich in landscape views, natural environments and historical values in part still to be discovered and enhanced.
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