• 69730029-2.jpg


Even today Montalcino, a historic fortified medieval village set on an enchanting hill at 564 metres above sea level, preserves its old-world charm. The surrounding territory, which is part of the Artistic Natural and Cultural Park of the Val d’Orcia, is covered with vineyards, olive groves and forest of mostly oak trees. World-renowned for its wine, Brunello di Montalcino is produced and aged only with Sangiovese Grosso variety.
Rapolano Terme
In the land of the Crete Senesi stands the town of Rapolano nestled near the woods, hills and the valley of the Ombrone River. Below the surface bubbles a great natural resource: hot springs, the same ones that give origin to travertine. The use of these waters dates back to Roman times. Today there are two places where you can enjoy the hot springs: the Antica Querciolaia and the Terme S. Giovanni.
Bagno Vignoni
Bagno Vignoni is a small village located in the middle of the Val d’Orcia near Pienza or Montalcino. At the hot springs in Bagno Vignoni, the water reaches a temperature of 51°C and flows into a big pool that dates back to 1500 in the middle of the main square called “Piazza delle Sorgenti”, the Square of the Hot Springs, in the centre of the village.
In the magical city where many historical figures such as Dante, Michelangelo, Lorenzo il Magnificent and Galileo lived, the soul of the Renaissance still thrives today on the streets of this beautiful city. Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Pitti, the Uffizi Art Gallery are always unforgettable places.
The ultimate medieval city in the heart of Tuscany boasts one of the most unique squares in the world: Piazza del Campo. The Palio, which takes place every summer, is world-famous and an important part of the Sienese identity.
San Gimignano
San Gimignano is known for its unmistakable towers that are part of the patrimony of UNESCO that soar above the green of the Tuscany countryside. In spite of some restoration in the 19th and 20th centuries, it has remained for the most part intact since the 13th and 14th centuries and is one of the best examples of medieval urban planning in Europe.
Abbazia Sant'Antimo
The Abbey of Sant’Antimo is a monastery located near Castelnuovo dell’Abate (Siena) within the municipality of Montalcino. It is one of the finest examples of Romanesque Tuscan architecture.

... in addition to numerous other interesting historical, cultural and natural places only a few kilometres away… Montepulciano, Monte Amiata, Castiglione d’Orcia, Pienza.