What to do at Argentario

The Monte Argentario Agritourism is located a few metres from the cycle path along which you can set off on wonderful adventures on foot or by mountain bike, along the many paths between the sea and the hills.

Trekking and Bicycling

The cycle path provides access to the Orbetello lagoon, from every possible angle, and to the Feniglia Dune where the beach accesses are located.

In the opposite direction, towards the headland, a path about 2 km long starts from the farm and goes up to the Padri Passionisti Convent, a place of peace where you can enjoy a truly unique view of the Orbetello lagoon and the Tuscan archipelago.

Free climbing

For those who love rock climbing, the Argentario offers two spectacular trips:

  • Capo d’uomo cliff – Regarded as one of the most beautiful sea-facing cliffs in Italy, for both technical and continuous climbing. Situated on the northern side of Porto Santo Stefano, it is embellished by the remains of an ancient watchtower overlooking the sea.
  • Canne d’organico cliff – Located near Porto Ercole, it is immersed in dense woodland between sky and sea. When the strong wind stirs the rocks, it is like an organ playing. The weather is favourable for climbing even in winter.


Monte Argentario Agritourism is 1.5 km from the Argentario Golf Club, which has an 18-hole driving range.

Sailing and diving

For those who love outdoor sports, this is the ideal place to enjoy sailing, kitesurfing and windsurfing, or scuba diving and snorkelling in a sea teeming with fish, posidonia and colourful sponges to marvel at and photograph.

To discover the coast even better, dinghies and boats can be hired to cruise along the coastline and appreciate its hidden coves, caves and islets, or access the beaches directly from the sea. In the summer, you can also enjoy “fishing tourism.”