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The best restaurants in Orbetello

When you are away from home for work or tourism, it is a typical pleasure of traveling to go in search of renowned restaurants or typical trattorias, where you can taste local dishes or simply savor the pleasure of good cooking.

There are many places on our peninsula that combine tourist attractions and monuments with excellent cuisine and high-level restaurants. Among these, there is no doubt that Orbetello deserves a place of honor.

Where is Orbetello?

The Tuscan city, not far from the Argentario, is famous for its lagoon park.

It is an oasis open to tourists, under the protection of the WWF, which offers walks through the Mediterranean pine forests and fields, boat trips and the possibility of admiring more than 200 species of aquatic birds.

Among these, the famous pink flamingos, present from September-October to March-April.

The city center is also interesting, with historical evidence dating back to Etruscan times, and then gradually through the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, from the 1300s Cathedral to the Palazzo del Podestà and the Clock Tower.

After leaving the historical and natural beauties, it’s time to look for a place to have lunch or dinner.

Lucia’s restaurant

The Trattoria da Lucia, in via Dante Alighieri 4, transports us to a rustic but welcoming environment.

The restaurant offers typical Maremma cuisine, at prices that are more than affordable.

The specialties include different types of grilled and meat dishes, obviously including the Florentine steak, served with different types of sauces and condiments and, on the side of seafood dishes, fried squid, stewed cod with olives, fish risotto and many fish dishes.

The variety of first and second courses, both typical of the place and of the normal Italian tradition, will leave no one dissatisfied.

My Home

In via Gioberti 100 we find the La Mi Casa restaurant.

Family-run restaurant, it offers both traditional local dishes and Italian cuisine, with particular attention to vegan or gluten-intolerant customers.

The choice of coffee is also particular, with ten types of different blends.

The Pergola

The Trattoria La Pergola restaurant is instead located in via Roma 14, and offers a nice internal glance with the large arches that separate the rooms.

The cuisine is homely but refined and tasty, with a wide choice of appetizers, first and second courses that will meet everyone’s taste.

Wide selection of wines and free wi-fi for those who like to be always connected.

Maremma farm

The Podere Maremma Farmhouse can be found in the Maremmana Regional Road 174 at number 170.

Here it is also possible to relax in the countryside or rent a room, as well as eat.

Almost all the dishes are made with self-produced raw materials, the menu includes both specialties that are always present and others that follow the seasonal cycle, prepared in an original way and with a certain care also in the presentation.

La Posta

Still in the vicinity of Orbetello we find the Osteria La Posta, in Strada Provinciale della Parrina, 56.

The environment is very nice and welcoming, the staff is kind and the culinary offer is excellent. The kitchen includes gluten-free dishes.

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