Grosseto is surrounded by the Medici walls, dating back to the sixteenth century, including the imposing Medici Fortress, formerly called Citadel which hosted the Military District during the Second World War. The main tourist sites are the Romanesque-Gothic Cathedral, rich in works of art, the Church of San Francesco and the Archaeological Museum and Art of Maremma. Located in Piazza San Francesco is the Well of the Spedale, symbol of the organization of the city in the past to overcome the drought. Among the civil architecture we report the Aldobrandeschi Palace, home of the noble family of the Aldobrandeschi. The Promontory of Argentario is located along the Tuscan coast to the east and north of the island of Giglio Giannutri: in two small coves arise Porto Santo Stefano and its waterfront, the Old Port, the New and the majestic Spanish Fortress, in addiction to Porto Ercole, with colorful houses set around the bay. Two charming villages rich in history. In the vicinity of the metalliferous hills it is reported a lovely town of art, Massa Marittima, which has preserved its medieval splendor, and is rich in monuments, including the Cathedral in Romanesque-Gothic style, the Praetorian Palace and Fortress Senese. Finally, is unmissable excursion to Giglio Island and the visit of the characteristic fortified town of Giglio Castello.