Rome, the national capital, is situated roughly 70 miles (113 kilometers) to the southeast of Manciano, while Florence is 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the north.
It's hardly surprising the area around Manciano is such a hotspot for with international and local vacationers alike; Tuscany is criss-crossed with terrific attractions. Roughly 12 miles (19 kilometers) away is Sorano. Set aside a day here to enjoy the Citta del Tufo and Fortezza Orsini.
Orbetello is about 19 miles (31 kilometers) from Manciano. This center includes a wide range of tourist attractions, including Feniglia Beach, Natural Dune Reserve Feniglia and Talamone Port. If your itinerary allows why not stop by Giannella Beach and Cosa National Museum of Archaeology before you head back to Manciano.
Learn about Manciano's religious side by paying your respects at the region's monasteries and other places of worship. Discover the region's rich cultural fabric at Tuscany's great art galleries, craft workshops and nature museums.
Don't leave here without getting a bird's-eye view. There are a few great options for sky diving. Get outside and get amongst it in the Manciano area. Try your hand at rock climbing or give caving a try.
As the sun sets on your adventures, spend your last euros on that last souvenir and bid a fond Ciao (farewell) to the interesting characters you've met and the places you've enjoyed.