The municipality of Gavorrano is located near Follonica and the coast. Its vast territory offers total immersion in a sparsely settled area, with large areas of Mediterranean scrub, oak and chestnut groves that provide an ideal habitat for wild boar, deer, porcupines, foxes, birds of prey, and small animals.
The territory of Gavorrano offers a wide panorama of sites of historical interest. The Castel di Pietra area with the nearby necropolis of Santa Teresa, the Etruscan village of Lago dell'Accesa.
Also important are the old mines, now disused, such as the one below Gavorrano and the one at Ravi, both of which are included in the Gavorrano Nature Mining Park.
The countryside of the municipality offers glimpses of the traditional Tuscan rural landscape, with olive groves, fields interspersed with hedges and rows of cypress trees, and vineyards with more than 300 hectares of cultivated and ever-expanding vines, so much so that Gavorrano is one of the largest wine producers in the area. Of note, for its architectural structure that harmonizes with the Maremma landscape, is the winery built and designed by architect Renzo Piano one of the greatest contemporary architects.