Rascioni e Cecconello

Farmhouse in Tuscan Maremma

Emotions and scents

The Rascioni and Cecconello farmhouse is an expression of an area steeped in unique emotions and experiences. The varied and iridescent landscape, typical of this land, is painted before the eyes of our guests. From the blue of the sea to the dark green of the Mediterranean scrub, every shade conveys something subtle. As the sun sets, the sea is tinged with silver and the vineyards prepare to receive the morning dew.

Born as a simple winery, expanded into a restaurant and now also a tourist reception, the Rascioni and Cecconello farmhouse offers comfortable and cozy rooms to discover the art of winemaking, enjoy Tuscan dishes and experience a place with an enchanting atmosphere.

The Experiences Awaiting You

Taste the native flavors of our winery

The Tuscan Maremma is renowned for the production of high quality wines such as Ciliegiolo, Vermentino and Sangiovese. At our winery you can participate in a tasting to discover the region’s wine treasures starting with the award-winning Poggio Ciliegio.

0 km dinner in our charming restaurant
Enjoy typical Tuscan dishes revisited by our chef Sabrina Cecconello and her daughter Carlotta. From ribollita and pappa al pomodoro to Florentine steak and cacciucco, enjoy a dinner full of unforgettable emotions and scents.

Stroll through local markets
Markets in the area offer typical products such as pecorino cheese, olive oil, honey, and fresh pasta. A walk among the stalls is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the authentic flavors of Tuscany.

Visit to educational farms
Fun and exciting even for children, our Maremma is home to many farms that offer guided tours to discover how cheese, honey and olive oil are produced. An educational and engaging experience for young and old alike that will give you an up-close look at the production process of these delicious products.

The Territory that Welcomes You

The Rascioni e Cecconello farmhouse is nestled in the Maremma, a picturesque region located in the province of Grosseto, Tuscany. With its long golden sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and green hills create an enchanting atmosphere. From a beach vacation to a weekend lost among hills and rows of vineyards, the Maremma offers endless possibilities for weekend getaways or weeks of total relaxation.

The magical surrounding places


Talamone is a hidden treasure along the Tuscan coast that enchants with its authenticity and maritime atmosphere. This ancient seaside village also tells stories of bygone eras through its cobblestone streets and the remains of ancient fortifications.

Talamone Beach, with its golden sands, offers a peaceful retreat for those seeking relaxation and a connection to the sea. Views from the surrounding hillside offer breathtaking views of the coast and the azure waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

Only a few miles from our farmhouse, Talamone becomes a fascinating destination for those seeking authenticity and sea in Tuscany.

Monte Argentario

Monte Argentario, a gem suspended between sky and sea along the Tuscan coast, enchants with spectacular views and a unique mix of natural beauty and history. The headland is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, offering hiking trails leading to breathtaking panoramic views and cliffs perfect for diving.

Monte Argentario, a true pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea, stands out for its natural beauty and rich historical heritage, ensuring an unforgettable experience for anyone who explores it.

Port Hercules

A Fascinating seaside village on the Tuscan coast that enchants with its rich historical heritage and breathtaking beauty. Ancient cobblestone streets tell stories of sea adventures. The harbor, surrounded by ancient fortifications, is the vibrant heart of the city, while the romantic waterfront offers panoramic views of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

Porto Ercole is the starting point for exploring the surrounding natural beauty, with spectacular cliffs and hiking trails revealing breathtaking views. In this corner of Tuscan paradise, Porto Ercole presents itself as a maritime gem, a harmonious blend of history, culture and enchanting landscapes, offering anyone who visits an unforgettable experience.

Porto Santo Stefano

Porto Santo Stefano is another seaside village on the Tuscan coast that creates a unique atmosphere with its seafaring traditions. Surrounded by picturesque seascapes, the harbor is bustling with fishing boats and elegant vessels, creating a lively and charming scene. Restaurant terraces along the waterfront provide a perfect place to enjoy local delicacies with views of the Tyrrhenian Sea, while the tranquil pace of marine life captures the authentic essence of this place. Porto Santo Stefano is also an ideal starting point for exploring the surrounding archipelago and its enchanting beaches.

Giglio Island

Giglio Island captivates our visitors with its Mediterranean history and beauty. The bustling harbor, picturesque villages, walls and archaeological relics reveal the richness of the past, while the crystal clear waters and hidden bays create an extraordinary natural environment, offering breathtaking views.

To reach Giglio Island from Agriturismo Rascioni e Cecconello, it only takes a short ferry crossing from Porto Santo Stefano. Once on the island, one can enjoy the pristine beaches, discovering an authentic oasis of tranquility.

Alberese - Uccellina Park

Alberese is a Tuscan jewel set between the hills and the sea that stands out for its beauty and deep connection to the land. The village tells millennia-old stories through cobblestone streets and traditional dwellings, while the park, with its unspoiled nature, offers refuge to nature lovers.

The Ombrone River and pristine beaches create breathtaking scenery, making Alberese a destination of peace and tranquility. From Rascioni and Cecconello, the route through the Tuscan hills offers an immersion in the beauty of the landscape.

Magliano in Tuscany

Only about ten kilometers away from our farmhouse is Magliano in Toscana, an enchanting place surrounded by rolling hills overlooking the sea. The ancient walls surrounding the municipality are well preserved, and a walkway has recently been restored that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.

In addition to its historical charm, Magliano in Toscana offers numerous opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, or horseback riding.

The municipality also includes the beautiful beach of Cala di Forno, which can be reached by sea or via a guided tour at the Maremma Park Visitor Center.
In addition to its natural beauty, the territory of Magliano in Toscana also boasts the quaint village of Pereta, with its ancient gate marking the entrance to the fortification. The narrow streets that crisscross this hamlet tell stories of cultural transitions that have enlivened it over the centuries.

Saturnia Spa

The Terme di Saturnia spa, nestled in the Tuscan countryside, is a natural wellness retreat with its sulfurous, warm waters. This thermal jewel offers natural pools set amidst greenery, creating a rejuvenating and evocative environment.
Local spa facilities offer rejuvenating treatments and massages, completing the wellness experience.

The village of Saturnia, with its cobblestone streets and old stone houses, also contributes to an authentic and enchanting atmosphere, telling stories of bygone eras.
For those staying at Agriturismo Rascioni and Cecconello, the journey to Terme di Saturnia through the rolling Tuscan hills becomes a journey that anticipates total relaxation and enjoyment of the spa’s healing properties.

Tuff municipalities

The towns of Tufo, Sovana, Pitigliano and Sorano, form a triptych of beauty in the picturesque Maremma. Sovana, with its Etruscan ruins and medieval atmosphere, transports visitors on a journey through time. Rock-cut tombs and paved streets tell the thousand-year history of this tuffaceous gem. Pitigliano, called “Little Athens” for its Greek culture, is a fascinating village not to be missed. The Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, the Orsini Palace and the Jewish Quarter enrich its historical heritage. The natural caves and Pitigliano’s famous white wine make the visit an unforgettable experience. Sorano, with its perched village, offers a unique setting. The cobblestone streets, Etruscan ruins and medieval fortress convey an atmosphere of mystery. Tuff, the key element of these localities, tells the story of an enchanting and fascinating Maremma. Together, Sovana, Pitigliano and Sorano form a triptych of tuffaceous treasures to explore.

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