Massa Marittima is a small medieval town of the ancient Maremma, historically linked to the activity of the nearby mines, known since ancient times. The hills and surrounding area, the Colline Metallifere, are fascinating.


From Massa Vecchia, the lower part of the town, with its Romanesque aspect, center of episcopal and urban power, we’ll move towards Massa Nuova, the “new” part of the city, built in the first half of the XIII century by the ‘middle’ class. Here was the Sienese fortress.

We will also visit the Cattedrale of San Cerbone with its unique works and the picturesque and inexplicable Fontana dell’Abbondanza.
We’ll walk through the medieval streets of the city, visiting the small Museum of S. Pietro all’Orto, to admire the beautiful ‘Maestà’ by Ambrogio Lorenzetti.


The guided tour usually lasts about two hours and takes place in the morning, usually from 10 to 12 or in the afternoon, from 15 onwards, before sunset.

Special requests are always welcome.

Special rates are provided for school trips and “senior age” groups.


€ 130.00 up to 25 people;
€ 2.00 for each additional person

For further information, requests and payment methods, please contact


Arca di San Cerbone

Fonte battesimale di San Bernardino da Siena

Cattedrale di San Cerbone

Cattedrale di San Cerbone

Museo della miniera

Cattedrale di San Cerbone

Palazzo del Podestà