Silversea Luxury Cruises A PORTO SANTO STEFANO

PORTO SANTO STEFANO

A summer escape for Rome’s historic elite, the stacked waterfront of Porto Santo Stefano is a secluded taste of idyllic southern Tuscany. Physically closer to Rome than Florence, the city is strung to Italy’s western coast by two sandy harnesses, and sits on the unqiue peninsula of Monte Argentario - which was once an island. Flamboyant pink flamingos and herons stroll through the encased lagoon, while Porto Santo Stefano’s waterfront hums with clinking cafes and strolling visitors. View more

The luxury yachts in the harbour show that Porto Santo Stefano has lost none of its luxury appeals, and with beaches, wild hikes and waterfront beauty, it continues to lure visitors to this secluded escape. Known for its fishing and cuisine - which is based around heavy use of the Tyrrhenian Sea’s juicy bounty. Stroll to Piazza dei Rioni for a dripping lemon gelato, or wander the streets noticing the lingering World War II damage – the city was heavily bombed during the conflict. Fortunately, the historic, star-shaped, Spanish fort was spared, and it still watches out resolutely over the waters. Built during the Napoleonic Wars, it fortified the exposed town against pirate raids, and offers beautiful views over the old town's terracotta roofs. Rugged coastline falls to secluded beaches, with a wilder, unkempt charm. Sail the coves - seeing cascading olive groves - or island-hop to Giglio and Giannuti, which lie 12 miles from shore, and can be seen from the monastery topped Argentario mountain. On the other side of the promontory, you’ll find Porto Ercole - where the lifeless body of the Old Master, Caravaggio, was discovered.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.

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ROME (Civitavecchia) A BARCELONA
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    mai 28 2021
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    10 Dias
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    Silver Shadow
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Excursões em PORTO SANTO STEFANO

A day at Argentario Golf Club

Spend a day at the five-star Argentario Golf Resort and Spa, nestled in the spectacular scenery and luxurious ambiance of Maremma, Tuscany. You can choose your activity for the day, whether it is playing golf in the scenic hills or relaxing in the state-of-the-art Espace Spa. There plenty of time to avail yourself of either or both options, along with a light lunch.


Golf Option

Play a round of golf in the rolling hills of the Argentario Resort, surrounded by vineyards, olive gardens, crystal-clear waters, and wild nature situated in a protected Mediterranean oasis and enjoy an al fresco lunch on the Club House restaurant terrace overlooking a beautiful lagoon.


Spa Option

Alternatively, choose to pamper yourself to the fullest in the Espace & MediSpa with a Turkish bath, Technogym equipment, bio-sauna with chromotherapy, Kneipp circuit, heated indoor swimming pool with saline water, massage targeting specific areas, tanning showers, tennis courts, jogging trails, and restore with a nutritious meal at the Club House restaurant.


After your five-hour visit make the brief return drive to the ship.

La Feniglia Nature Reserve by E-bike

Spend the morning biking on an easy track brings you close to the Argentario nature and wildlife, thanks to its impressive location and to the lagoon acting as a safe haven for birds.


For your comfort, meet your guide at the pier and reach the Feniglia nature reserve by motor coach. The E-bike tour is approximately 18 km long through the Feniglia Nature Reserve and Orbetello Lagoon, with some photo stops.


La Feniglia Nature Reserve, E-biking activity

You will visit and admire a natural Mediterranean wood that embraces the lagoon on the South side - with an 8 km long road, which crosses the maritime wood hosting many trees and wildlife. The unpaved road was built between 1928 and 1940, and it is forbidden for cars and motorbikes to use therefore, ideal for a bike ride.


Orbetello Downtown, Gelato Tasting

Time for a delicious stop in Orbetello downtown to savour an artisan Gelato (Ice cream), naturally gluten free. After this sweet break, cycle to the opposite side of the salt lake and return the e-bikes before returning to the port by motor coach.

La Parrina Farm & Orbetello Lagoon

Experience the natural beauty and the fruits of land and sea on this excursion through the Tuscan countryside, seeing the stunning views of the Orbetello Lagoon, enjoying a wine and cheese tasting at an organic farm and winery, and learn about the sustainable fishing practices of the Slow Food Presidium and the Fishermen of Orbetello.


Drive Along the Orbetello Lagoon

Depart Porto Santo Stefano and make a short and scenic drive along the Lagoon of Orbetello, a natural paradise located in lower Maremma and protected by the World Environment Fund since 1971. The lagoon is not only a picturesque location but also provides an important ecosystem for many species of migratory birds to thrive.


Wine and Cheese Tasting at Organic Farmhouse and Winery

Arrive at Antica Fattoria La Parinna, one of the region's oldest historic farms, located amongst the gentle hills of the Tuscan Maremma. Covering over 200 hectacres, the farm and winery boasts a spectacular landscape with vineyards, olive trees and golden fields growing grain. The farm was originally gifted as a wedding gift of a banker from Florence and has remained with the same family ever since 1830.


As you tour this traditional, organic-oriented farmhouse and winery, learn about its delectable products, including extra-virgin olive oil, wine and more than 20 types of excellent cheese, including La Parinna's prize-winning blue cheese. Be welcomed by your host and visit the barrique cellar and enjoy a tasting of a selection of some of their sought-after wines, along with delicious cheese and of course focaccia bread. There is free time to browse or shop at the farm grocery before resuming your drive to Orbetello.


Fishermen of Orbetello

Continue your drive along the lagoon and visit the Orbetello fishery, home of the Slow Food Presidium.

Created to offset a history of overfishing that threatens the lagoon's marine life, the Presidium protects historic fishing and fish processing traditions, and traditional techniques. Their methods for capturing wild species: sea bass, gray mullet, eels, calcinelli (clams), mazzancolle (shrimp) and femminelle (crabs) help preserve their existence sustainably.


Learn of this sustainable philosophy and enjoy a tasting of sumptuous appetizers made from these local products. As you snack, learn the history of the Orbetello fishermen and their traditional sea-fish quality products that risk extinction. Your Slow Food experience concludes with a short documentary by Walter Bencini "The Knights of the Lagoon."


Make the short 15-minute drive to return to the port.

Massa Marittima & Local Products Tasting

Discover the highlights of the awe-inspiring medieval town of Massa Marittima, including one of the most truly ancient cathedrals in the world, with elements dating back to the 12th or 13th century. Enjoy a guided tour of the village and cathedral and an incredible wine and olive oil tasting to experience the fruits of this rich region.


Drive 90 minutes from the pier to Massa Marrittima and feel as though you have stepped into a Tuscan postcard in this northern part of the Maremma region. Resting on the hill and boasting elements that date back earlier than medieval times to the 10th century, the well-preserved architecture of Massa Marittima make it a must-see destination and an example of rare urban conservation in Tuscany.


Enjoy a walking tour of this city that rests above its surroundings at the top of a hill just few miles from the Tyrrhenian seashore. Walk the narrow streets to the Podestà Palace and the House of Municipality, which remind visitors of one of the most flourishing moments of its history. By the 14th century the town gained independence and wealth, to the extent that it minted its own coins. Massa Marittima's surrounding territory is rich in woods and metals, especially silver and copper, which gave origin to a flourishing Etruscan civilization, whose heritage is treasured in the archaeological museum.


The highlight of Massa Marittima is the Cathedral of San Cerbone, an impressive Romanesque-Gothic cathedral with elements dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries. See the many representations of animals that grace the windows and exterior of this impressive structure.


On your walking tour learn about the way in which the local community celebrates its three historical quarters; in May and August of each year, the flag waves and traditional costumes fill the streets in a parade commemorating San Bernardino da Siena, one of the Patron Saints of Massa Marittima born in 1380 who competed in the Balestro, the famous local contest of medieval games. In more recent times, the celebrations have evolved to include opera, photography and other artistic elements.


This village is also known for its remarkable and high-quality gourmet products including wine, honey, olive oil, cheese and delectable truffles. After your walking tour, enjoy a tasting of Tuscan red wine and exquisite extra-virgin olive oil.


Enjoy a scenic and relaxing drive (90 minutes) back to port.

Siena & San Galgano Abbey

Explore some absolute gems of Tuscany with a detailed walking tour through Siena, one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Italy, followed by a visit to the awe-inspiring San Galgano Abbey nearby.


Guided Siena Walking Tour and Lunch

Drive two hours through the picturesque Maremma region to arrive in Siena, which charms visitors over and again with its narrow streets and steep alleys, a stunning Gothic Duomo, a bounty of early Renaissance art, and the glorious Palazzo Pubblico overlooking its magnificent square.


Take a two-hour guided walking tour through beautiful Siena, a city known for its uniquely stunning skyline punctuated by the Torre del Mangia tower and its legendary gothic Cathedral. Walk through the Piazza del Campo, which boasts a captivating shell-like shape that have made it a staple in films and photography.


Stroll this medieval ensemble of places with your knowledgeable guide, walking past towers cast in warm, brown, pastel-colored bricks, and realize that while striking in its integrity that leaves it looking much as it did in the 14th century, Siena is by no means a staid museum. As you walk through the 17 neighborhoods called contrade which were created in medieval time, discover how these districts are a distinctly vibrant part of modern life in the city.


Learn all about these contrade and their symbols, including Tartuca (turtle), Oca (goose), Istrice (porcupine), Torre (tower); all of which are emblazoned on banners and engraved on building walls. Siena people still strongly identify themselves with the neighbourhood where they were born and raised: loyalty and rivalry run deep. This clan-based loyalty is displayed in a twice-yearly horse race held called Palio (a centuries-old tradition) in the Piazza del Campo.


Begin your tour at San Domenica and continue to the iconic Piazza del Campo, stopping at the major landmark of the Cathedral for photographs. Take in the rich culture of Siena that is visible at every step. After working up an appetite with several miles of walking, enjoy a typical Tuscan lunch in one of the best restaurants of Siena (La Compagnia dei Vinattieri) before enjoying some free time for shopping and browse on your own.


San Galgano Abbey and Montesiepi Chapel

After lunch, drive 45 minutes to see the awe-inspiring Abbey of Saint Galgano. Built in the 13th century, this roofless Gothic Abbey is one of the most photographed ruins in Tuscany. The missing vaults send the eye upwards to the sky and make visitors feel like the abbey was meant to appear this way, without a roof.


Take some time to be in this sacred place, and then take some free time on your own, perhaps to walk to another picturesque destination nearby, the Montesiepi chapel built in the 12th century and home to a legendary sword embedded in a stone, placed there by a saint. This sword is said to be the template for the legend of King Arthur but rather than being withdrawn from a stone was placed into a stone by saint Galgano Guidotti in the moment he renounced his earthly possessions.

Re-board your coach to drive back to port (1.75 hours) through the beautiful Maremma region's well-preserved natural landscape.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Car & Guide (Full-Day)

Explore Porto Santo Stefano at your leisure during your full-day (8-hour) sightseeing tour via private car. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.

Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned car and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Car & Guide (Half-Day)

Explore Porto Santo Stefano at your leisure during this half-day (4-hour) sightseeing tour via private car. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned car and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Van & Guide (Full-Day)

Explore Porto Santo Stefano at your leisure during your full-day (8-hour) sightseeing tour via private car or van. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

Silver Shore Privato: Private Van & Guide (Half-Day)

Explore Porto Santo Stefano at your leisure during your half-day (4-hour) sightseeing tour via private van. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned car or van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

The Secrets of Wine at Monteverro Winery

Immerse yourself in the world of wine making and tasting on this delightful excursion to Monteverro Winery. Resting at the base of a small medieval village called Capalbio, Monteverro is a unique jewel of southern Tuscany in Maremma where tradition and originality collide. The Monteverro estate possesses an unusual stony soil of red clay, which contributes to the exquisite and one-of-a-kind flavors of its vintages.


Drive 30 minutes from the port to the town of Capalbio and arrive at Monteverro Winery, which is situated facing the Tyrrhenian sea, where the territory and climate provide the best conditions for grapes. Receive a guided tour to see where the grapes are collected once harvested. Get oriented to the wine-making process and stand in the spectacular barrique cellar, where the wines stand in great casks to age to perfection.


Afterward your tour, allow your palate to experience three wines in a guided tasting for deeper appreciation. Light snacks are paired with the tasting. Select from a variety of Monteverro offerings, such as wine, olive oil and grappa to bring home with you.


Return to Porto Santo Stefano, admiring the pleasant evening light on the Orbetello Lagoon.

The Tarots Garden & Capalbio Village

Enjoy some of the most modern and the most ancient wonders of Tuscany on this excursion that takes you to a modern sculpture garden representing the arcane system of tarot, followed by a tour through Capalbio, a village dating back to the Bronze Age.


Tarot Garden

Visit the unique Giardino dei Tarocchi (Tarot Garden), created by artist Niki de Saint Phalle beginning in the late 1970s and continuing until the artist's death in 2002. The visionary and modern interpretations of the ancient tarot system may remind you of the creations by Spanish sculptor and architect Antoni Gaudi.


In fact, the artist took her inspiration from Park Gűell in Barcelona, Spain. At Tarot Gardens, the French artist de Saint Phalle created 22 enormous and beautiful sculptures depicting the journey of the Major Arcana of the Tarot cards, from the Fool to the Universe. The garden was the result of the wish to express Niki's idea of a "small Eden where man and nature meet each other."


Drive 45 minutes from the port to the site of the Tarot Gardens, built on a small plot of land in the wilds of Maremma just a few kilometers away from Capalbio. De Saint Phalle created and personally built the great statues for the garden. The 22 Major Arcana sculptures possess a steel frame that has been covered by concrete and decorated in mosaic fashion with mirrors, glass and ceramic tile.


Admire the imposing interpretation of the Empress, an artistic house was also where Niki lived while working on the garden. The sculpture representing Justice encapsulates another sculpture by Jean Tinguely representing iniquity imprisoned by a huge lock. The Tree of Life, whose branches are snakes, are covered by designs and texts by the artist. You may also admire The Devil, The Magician, The Sun and all other Major Arcana.


Brief visit to Capalbio

After visiting Tarot Gardens, make the short transfer to Capalbio, which has recorded history as far back as 806 AD/CE, when it became the property of Tre Fontagne Abbey. This medieval city is worth a visit if only for its breathtaking view of Maremma from its highest vantage points. See the Fortress of Aldobrandeschi, the tall towers of which are distinctive amongst the red-topped roofs of the surrounding stone homes.


Stroll at your leisure or make a relaxing stop at a café, enjoying the view from the city-walls down onto the valley and seashore just few miles away.


Make the return 45-minute drive to the ship.


The Tufa Cities & Gourmet Lunch

Enjoy a full-day excursion touring two of the legendary Tufa towns (named for the volcanic rock, or Tufaceous rock, that sets the foundation of these places). See Pitigliano and its little sister town Sovana, two ancient villages with homes and buildings that seem to spring directly from the surrounding rocky terrain.


Tour of Pitigliano

Drive 90 minutes to Pitigliano and enjoy the breathtaking first impression of Pitigliano, which almost appears to have grown naturally from its rocky foundations. Take a guided walking tour. Alive with the presence of humans for 4,000 years, Pitigliano lies in the heart of the Etruscan region. Known also "Little Jerusalem," the village has been home for centuries (since Roman times) to a large Jewish community after their exile from the city of Rome.


There is free time to explore this place on your own, walking amidst the perfectly-preserved aqueducts and ancient buildings. If you have time, enjoy some of the "Bianco di Pitigliano" DOC wine made here, a straw-colored white wine with a delicate fragrance that is stored strictly in tufa cellars.


Gourmet Lunch at Da Caino in Montemerano

Travel 45 minutes to Montemerano for lunch at Da Caino, a refined restaurant by Relais & Chateaux. The chef, Valeria Piccini, works to deliver "the perfect flavour" to each of his guests through his simple but creative cuisine.


Tour of Sovana and Scenic Drive

Next drive 30 minutes to a smaller Tufa city, Sovana, which is considered one of the most charming villages in Italy. Prepare to be transported centuries back in time to Sovana, with its magical, ancient churches, including a cathedral built in the 11th century.


Enjoy free time to stroll and take photographs, and also take in the mystical, light-filled atmosphere of this picturesque place.


As your excursion concludes, make the return (2-hour) drive back to the Argentario port, with view of the quiet Orbetello lagoon and Argentario mountains by the sea.

Wine Experience at Antinori "Le Mortelle" Winery with lunch

Visit a Maremma winery that appears as if out of a dream, with rolling Tuscan hills and massive rows of aging wine barrels in its cellars. Your destination is Le Mortelle Winery run by Marchesi Antiorini, of the Antiorini family that has been engaged in the art of winemaking for over six centuries. In 1385, the owner's ancestor Giovanni di Piero Antiorini became a member of the Florentine Winemakers' Guild ("Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri").


On your one-hour drive, discover the stunning, picturesque Tuscan country roads that lead to some of the most prestigious wine estates in the region. Situated on a gentle, sloping terrain, the vineyard boasts 170 hectares (420 acres) of vines including Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and several white grape varieties including Vermentino, Ansonica, and Viognier. The estate's sandy, loamy soil creates a unique flavor all its own that harkens one to this sunny, dry region of Italy.


As you arrive at La Mortelle vineyards, appreciate the scenic approach in the breathtaking rural Tuscan landscape. Receive a tour that discusses the way the estate was built; much of it is underground to minimize impact to the environment. Interestingly, the natural bedrock foundation provides temperature and humidity control that is completely natural and effective.


On your tour, stop by the lake and enjoy a picnic arranged exclusively for you, with a tasting of Le Mortelle's white wines (Vermentino, Viognier, Ansonica) accompanied by home-baked focaccia bread and blueberries grown on the estate's land. Enjoy a guided tour of the wine cellar and learn about the process of wine production from start to finish, with of course a wine tasting of more of La Mortelle's best wines.


Enjoy an exquisite three-course lunch paired with Le Mortelle red wines Botrosecco (made with Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc) and the Poggio alle Nane (Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carménère).


Have some free time to browse the local shop before returning to the ship after an idyllic day discovering the beauty and culture of a classic Tuscan vineyard.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.