The small town of Bolgheri, with its typical alleys and twisted streets, rises around the medieval castle belonging to the Counts Della Gherardesca, whose red brick contrasts pleasantly with the dense green of the trees. Immersed in the gentle sloping hills cultivated with olive and vine, you come to the village rising up the famous Viale dei Cipressi, sung by Carducci and became one of the icons of the Tuscan landscape. Inside the walls, besides the Churches of San Sebastiano, the monumental cemetery of Santi Giacomo and Cristoforo, and suggestive views, you can go to discover the typical Tuscan products, thanks to a dense network of taverns, restaurants and food and wine shops. In particular, Bolgheri and the surrounding areas are distinguished for the production of excellent wines, the quality of which is guaranteed by the Bolgheri DOC Consortium. For those who are passionate about nature, it is worth mentioning the Bolgheri Wildlife Refuge, a WWF oasis where you can observe the typical fauna and flora of Maremma. Not far from the village, there are also the Archeominerario Park of San Silvestro (near Campiglia Marittima) and the Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia, important Etruscan settlements.