Surroundings

Some nice places that we invite you to discover:

Siena

Only 20 km away, Siena. Known worldwide for its magnificient square and for the “Palio”,as well as its medieval atmosphere and majestic cathedral.
Its charming alleys rich in history will conquer you!

Abbey of S.Galgano

Not so far from Siena and about 50 Km, from the hotel is the striking and majestic Abbey of S.Galgano, famous for the mythical sword in the rock which we suggest you to see to believe!

San Gimignano and Volterra

About 60 Km away, “Monteriggioni wears a crown of towers”, as Dante Alighieri writes in his “Divina Commedia”. And this little castle which stands on the top of a hill is still just as lovely. Together with San Gimignano and Volterra it’s a place you shouldn’t miss visiting!

Crete senesi

About 40 Km away, past Crete Senesi you will find the wonderful Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore surrounded by age-old woods, where you can listen to the ancient Gregorian songs of Benedictine Monks.

Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore

About 40 Km away, past Crete Senesi you will find the wonderful Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore surrounded by age-old woods, where you can listen to the ancient Gregorian songs of Benedictine Monks.

Montalcino, Montepulciano and Pienza

About 60 Km away lies Montalcino - land of wine and honey. Together with Montepulciano (one of the most important viticultural places in the world) rising above the Valdichiana and with splendid views, and Pienza, with its history and local products, you have an itinerary which you shouldn’t miss out on!

Abbey of S.Antimo

About 65 Km, the charming and ancient Abbey of S.Antimo, built in in 781 by Carlo Magno and still managed these days by the famous Canonici Bianchi (or White Apostoles) as is evidenced by their clothing. A true Paradise where nature and architecture combine!

Bagno Vignoni

About 65 Km deep in the land Val D’Orcia, hides the beautiful Bagno Vignoni, known from Etruscan times, the ancient inhabitants of this area. In the middle of the village you will find "Piazza delle sorgenti", a rectangular basin, dating back to 1500, which contains a hot and steamy thermal subterranean water spring of volcanic origins.