Poggio Dadà: the stunning villa on the Argentario!

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Poggio Dadà stands on the promontory of Argentario, in the heart of the Tuscan Archipelago in a dominant position over Cala Moresca.

The villa, located along the panoramic road of Porto Santo Stefano overlooking the sea, has been recently built according to an accurate project based on principles of eco-compatibility and absolute respect for the landscape and the natural characteristics of the area.

The large terraced park literally encompasses the villa in a continuum of light, sun, hanging gardens and breathtaking views of the islands of Giglio and Argentarola and on clear days you can also get a glimpse of the island of Montecristo and of Corsica.


In this area surrounded by the scent of Mediterranean scrub, Poggio Dadà, with its luminous spaces, brightly-coloured park, various seating areas, outdoor kitchen and organic vegetable garden, provides its guests with a quality of stay in an incomparable natural environment that has few rivals along the entire Tyrrhenian coast.

The two-level villa with contemporary, captivating and clean lines has been built with materials of quality, design finishes and furniture, with an annex located on an upper panoramic terrace.

The property provides a housemaid for four hours a day and a beach umbrella with 4 sunbeds in a bathing facility in Feniglia, 19 km away. The pebble beach of Cala del Gesso is a10-minute walk away at the foot of a steep path.

Porto Santo Stefano, with shops, services, restaurants, aquarium and the seafront promenade designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, is just 6 km away. The Argentario Golf Club, wellness centre and riding stables are 17 km away. No smokers house.


On the ground floor we are welcomed into the elegant panoramic open-plan living area with dining room and kitchen. French windows open out onto the panoramic terrace that delineates the whole villa, the outdoor seating areas and the outdoor dining area.

The ground floor is completed by a bathroom with shower and by two spiral staircases leading down to two double bedrooms on the lower floor.


Each double bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with shower, is connected to the ground floor by its own spiral staircase and has a large French window with direct exit out to the terrace with lawn and olive trees furnished with sunbeds, tables and seats.

This floor is completed by the laundry with access from the outside. On an upper-level terrace is an annex with a double bedroom, ensuite bathroom with whirlpool tub and large French windows with direct exit out to the garden with furniture and shower in a relaxation corner.


The terraced park of Poggio Dadà is spread over five levels.

It is a well-kept gem of harmony where the lawn, interspersed with paths and steps, blends with the plants of Mediterranean scrub: olive, carob, fig, mimosa and strawberry trees, rosemary, broom, holm oaks, cypresses.

At every corner and on every level are outdoor seating areas with sunbeds, umbrellas, furniture and showers. The hanging gardens offer scenarios of incredible beauty with the sea and sky blending together. 

The large white marble terrace that delineates the villa opens onto the outdoor seating areas and dining area directly connected to the kitchen through the large French window.


The terrace of lawn and stone set up with the dining area and the living area allows you to use this space of rock, rosemary and sea for outdoor meals, apéritifs at sunset and romantic dinners with the moon over the sea.

The kitchen is complete: wood oven, gas barbecue, freezer, wine cellar, ice maker machine, sink, dishwasher. Four-legged friends have their own fenced area with lawn, kennel and trees.


The park also contains an organic vegetable garden, with seasonal fruit and vegetables, and a clay bowls court.


Along the meandering panoramic road which reveals wonderful horizons and views, past the grandeur of Cala Grande, we come to the scenario of Cala Moresca facing the little island of Argentarola lying in a paradisiacal crystalline sea, and where the tower of the same name acts as a division between the Cala del Gesso and the Parco dell’Argentarola. 


On the horizon is the island of Giglio with its incredible sunsets. This is an area that is part of the Cetacean Sanctuary established in 1991 as a protected natural marine area of international interest.

The scent of the sea, the play of waves followed by dolphins, the majestic flights of gulls, flamingos, cormorants, coots, herons and so much green tranquillity: this is the world of the Costa d’Argento with the lagoon of Orbetello and the promontory of Argentario in the Grosseto Maremma.

Without a doubt, it is another world set in an area of geographical design that has no equal in Italy, where the components of the landscape encounter history and develop a very delicate ecosystem between human and natural dynamics.

Without a doubt, it is another world set in an area of geographical design that has no equal in Italy, where the components of the landscape encounter history and develop a very delicate ecosystem between human and natural dynamics.

The villa is a few kilometres from the picturesque coves and inlets of crystal clear water that can be reached along nature trails or by sea from Porto Santo Stefano, Porto Ercole and Cala Galera: Cala Grande, Cala del Gesso, Cala Piccola, Le Cannelle, Cala del Bove, La Cacciarella, L’Acqua Dolce, La Spiaggia Lunga.

Bays and coves easily accessible by car and equipped with bathing facilities are: La Caletta, Il Moletto, La Cantoniera, Il Pozzarello, La Bionda, La Soda, I Bagni di Domiziano, Spiagge.


10 km from the villa is La Giannella and 20 km away is La Feniglia: tomboli (sandy isthmus) to the north and south of the Argentario which, in addition to the dense pine forest, host a sandy beach of about 8 km where the sea slopes down very gently, with beach facilities, free beach, bars and restaurants by the sea. 

Not to be missed are excursions to the islands of Giglio and Giannutri, to the Formiche of Burano and the Isolotto of Porto Ercole.

Of historical and cultural interest are the many fortresses that recall the Spanish domination of the old State of the Presidi: La Fortezza, Forte Stella, Forte Filippo, La Rocca from where you can enjoy unique views. The area is object of important cultural events, exhibitions, carnivals and festivities. 

Many are the towns and nearby places to visit, such as: Orbetello 16 km, Ansedonia 26 km, Talamone 33 km, Oasi di Burano 33 km and Capalbio 43 km.

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