San Romito 2

Romantic apartment and roof terrace in Tuscan Olive Groves : Roccatederighi

Nice little touches

  • The Pieve has a long and interesting history over the last 1000 years and it is all told in the buildings themselves, this is a magical place to stay.

San Romito is located in Pieve di Caminino, a little hamlet in the beautiful Maremma countryside between Roccastrada and Massa Marittima, is set in a natural, verdant amphitheatre, with enormous olive groves extending down from the wooded, rocky background towards the coast.

The charming and knowledgeable owners, who speak perfect English, have continued the cultivation of the olive groves started by their forefathers, and produce some of the most delicious olive oil in Italy. Their family history has long tradition of famous painters and architects. With excellent taste and skill they have converted the little hamlet into characteristic apartments and cottages for visitors, one of which is San Romito.

As well as the panoramic views, there are over 500 ha. of woodlands to explore, and an ornamental lake has lawns furnished for sunbathing, flowerbeds and a cooling sprinkler. Within 20 minutes' drive are thermal spas and hot waterfalls. The site for the swimming pool has been carefully chosen to protect the peace and architectural integrity of the hamlet.


Romito is the name of the Saint that lived at Caminino in the 16th century.

This lovely top floor apartment on the Pieve di Caminino estate has a dining/sitting room with an open fireplace, a double bedroom, a shower room, and a furnished terrace facing the woods.

The swimming pool is a short walk away, with views of olive groves.


Villa Details

  • Air Conditioning
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi

Bedrooms and Bathrooms

  • 1 Bedroom With Ensuite Bathroom
  • Hair Dryer

Kitchen equipment

  • Coffee Maker (Italian Moka)
  • Nespresso Coffee Machine
  • Kettle
  • Oven
  • Toaster


  • Fans (On Request)
  • Fireplace With Wood Available
  • Furnished Outdoor Areas
  • Iron And Ironing Board On Request

What's included

  • Final Cleaning Included
  • Pool Towels Provided On Request


  • €200 Cautionary Deposit, Which Should Be Handed Over In Cash To The Owner Or Her Representative At The Start Of Your Holiday
  • Heating Costs Including Firewood To Be Paid Directly To The Owner
  • A/C Cost Of €100 Per Week
  • Extra Linen Change And Extra Cleaning Available On Request


  • Swimming Pool Dim: 7 X 14 M. - Steps Into The Pool, But No Shallow End As Such - Depth From 1.2 - 1.4 M. Opening: End May - End October

Nearby Activities


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“ Full of charm ”

Our introduction to San Romito was full of charm. The approach is through a private gate, with a short drive to an intriguing cluster of stone buildings. We were delighted by roses and spring flowers, glimpses of olive trees and water, and the genial welcome of our host, Emy. The apartment is on the first floor, with a comfortable living room, a small but useful kitchen, and a pleasant bedroom with shuttered windows. A large candle lit the downstairs entrance; roses and a complimentary bottle of wine greeted us in the apartment. There are pleasant walks around the extensive grounds of Pieve di Caminino, a working olive farm, and we were impressed by the tranquillity and harmony of the surroundings. We enjoyed Emy’s family museum, a fascinating collection of books, paintings (there were distinguished artists in the family), photographs and china, and of course, samples of the delicious olive oil, housed in what had once been a private chapel.

There is much to explore in the vicinity. Our all-too-brief stay included a visit to Roccastrada, like many hill towns apparently in decline, but with welcome signs of renovation and a panoramic view. Massa Marittima has a spectacular cathedral (look out for the wonderful fresco of the Adoration of the Magi), absorbing museums, and enticing shops and cafes. We discovered schiaccia olive and dolce in La Panetteria bread shop, and stocked up on herbal fragrances in Erboristeria del Corso. Nearer home, the excellent Co-op in Ribolla provided a range of domestic and gastronomic necessities.

Information about places to visit in the Maremma was available in the apartment and in Emy’s museum, along with details of local restaurants. Busy as he was with the farm and other guests, Emy was on hand to give help and advice as needed, and eager to make our stay as trouble-free as possible. A very big thank you, Emy, and Ci vediamo!

Pamela and John staying in San Romito . May 2023

Where is San Romito ?

Getting here

  • Pisa Airport 1hr 30 mins
  • Florence Airport 2 hrs
  • Rome Airport 2 hrs
  • Scarlino Scalo closest Railway station 20 mins drive

Around San Romito

As well as visiting famous towns such as Massa Marittima and Siena, from Caminino you can easily explore the area around Grosseto, with the park of the Uccellina, the Etruscan cities of Roselle and Vetulonia, Pitigliano and Sovana. The beach is half an hour away, and it is easy to visit Argentario, or you can take a boat to islands such as Giglio, Giannutri and Elba. Add the comfort and peaceful beauty of Pieve di Caminino and you have a recipe for a wonderful holiday.

Florence is only 90 mins. drive through superb country.

Nearby Activities

  • Shops and Restaurants in Roccatederighi 5-10 mins drive
  • Tuscan Beaches in under 30 minutes
  • Massa Marittima 30 minutes
  • Siena 40 minutes

Local Towns and Places to Visit

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Sleeps: 2
From € 122 ($132 or £104) per day


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How to book

Is San Romito perfect for you?

For availability and pricing see the calendar above. If you have any questions or would like help choosing, we visit our properties regularly and can help you choose and book the best villa for your holidays.

We can hold dates for you for 48 hours while you make sure everything lines up, then you simply pay the deposit (30% of total) to secure your booking. The balance will then be due 10 weeks before you travel. You can also add "XCover" to your booking for a full refund if you can't travel.

For more details see our Booking Conditions and XCover. You can add XCover to your booking at any time until you have paid your balance, simply ask your agent.

Worth knowing

Many local administrations now charge a “Tourist Tax” for people staying in rented accommodation and these vary from town to town. The charges are generally per person per night with a maximum number of nights, usually around 5 but sometimes 7, beyond which they will not charge. The charges range between 50 cents to 3 euro. Children are sometimes included, sometimes not and these charges should be collected by the property owners.

Not sure?

It can often be faster to contact us to ask for advice - we visit all the houses so can give you first hand advice based on your wishlist. Once you find a villa you like we can hold dates for you for up to 48 hours while you check flights or make sure everybody is on board.

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Booking Notes

  • This property is subject to a cautionary deposit of €200, which should be handed over in cash to the owner or her representative at the start of your holiday
  • Heating costs including firewood to be paid directly to the owner
  • A/C cost of €100 per week
  • Extra linen change and extra cleaning available on request