The Maremma is an immense geographic region, between Tuscany and Latium, that faces the Tyrrhenian Sea. The territory of the Maremma distinguishes from other zones of Italy for the variety and the wealth of natural atmospheres. The Maremma is in fact divided into areas: the coast, the hills and the mountains; every area has its characteristics and its inhabitants, from the miners to the cattle breeders, from the shepherds to the peasants, from the butteri to the fishermen. All of them, with their hard job, made sure that today the territory has maintained the beauty and the safeguard intact. The climate of the Maremma has Mediterranean characteristics along the coast, while it assumes continental characteristics towards the hinterland. Before the numberless medieval settlements, the Maremma has known prehistoric, Etruscan and Roman presence, that left important historical-artistic testimonies scattered in the territory. Some natural reserves, among which the most important are the Natural Park of the Maremma and the archaeological zone of Vulci, has allowed to maintain intact the environment and therefore the existing flora and the fauna.