Sassetta - Sassetta
is a charming little historical village on the Costa degli
Etruschi, set among woods and stands of chestnuts on a hilltop
overlooking the sea.
This Medieval stronghold still contains
reminders of its past, such as the Romanesque baptismal font,
a 15th-century painting of the Virgin, a rock crystal crucifix
(15tn-16th century) and other paintings which are to be found
in the ancient church of St Andrew Apostle.
The woods are full of hiking trails
and paths for walks, cycling and horseback riding, and numerous
agricultural holdings offering holiday accommodation and local
produce can be found here too.
In Sassetta, old traditions handed
down through the years are kept alive with colourful, folkloristic
events. Sassetta's delicious, wholesome food is celebrated
at the autumn tests.
Where is Sassetta: is located in the south of Livorno
province, on the border with the province of Grosseto and
How to reach Sassetta: From Livorno, direction south
towards Grosseto on the SS2. Exit Donoratico and follow or
Castagneto Carducci. After Castagneto follow for Sassetta
which is 6 Km far.
Nearby: Visit Castagneto Carducci, Bolgheri, Suvereto
Distances: Livorno 60 Km - Pisa 84 Km - Florence 120
Km - Siena 100 Km - Grosseto 80 Km
Correct name is Sassetta
Common mistakes are Sasetta, Sossetta, Sansetta, Sasseta,