Tuscany is home to countless charming small towns, villages, art, undiscovered areas, rolling hills, vineyards and the sea. One of these fascinating places is Manciano, let's have a look around.
Manciano is located in the south of Tuscany, in the province of Grosseto, and is part of the area known as “Maremma” or the "tufa area", due to its geological characteristics. It’s a small town of less than 8,000 inhabitants that was once surrounded by more than 5 km of walls; that were built in the thirteenth century before being restored in the fifteenth century.
Today the walls have been incorporated into the city center, but you can still glimpse them every so often, woven into the architecture of the town. Of the original eleven towers, only two are visible today, one in via Trento and one on the left side of the Fiorella Door.