A period residence where you can find a top-quality restaurant and immerge your senses in the flavours and colours of the Tuscan coast.
Cuisine: traditional, gourmet
Products: fish, meat
Price range: €35 – €50
Opening times: open every day for dinner, closed on Tuesdays
Atmosphere: elegant, romantic, chic
Torre Mozza is an icon of the Maremma coastline, where visitors are lucky enough to be able to enjoy a swim in the water in the shadow of a fort built to overlook the coast against Saracen invasion.
This ancient piece of seafront architecture is today home to the enchanting Torre Mozza Relais Follonica, a restaurant characterised by excellent cuisine where the culinary tradition of the Maremma coast is exalted by touches of gourmet creativity.
Classified in some guides of the sector as one of Italy’s best restaurants, the cuisine of Torre Mozza includes traditional Maremma dishes that have been revisited and enriched by the flair of refined gourmet cuisine, made up of delicacy, colour and edible flowers. It is the tale of a deep-rooted territorial identity that is open to innovation and translates into an inviting menu offering both fish- and meat- based dishes.
This sensorial experience is further amplified by the splendid sea view stretching towards the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago, and the elegant furnishings that are perfectly integrated in the historical structure, where the stone walls and open beams bear witness to the noble splendour of times gone by.
Torre Mozza in fact has a centuries-old history: it was built on commission by the Appiani family from Piombino in the 1500s who lived here to supervise the arrival of mineral resources from Elba Island.
Today the structure is an attraction for all five senses, where you can immerse yourself in the flavours, aromas and colours of the sea.
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