some pleasant places that we invite you to discover:
From Siena to Volterra, from the Crete Senesi to Montepulciano, our area enjoys an enormous historical, artistic and cultural wealth. Discover the places that represent the local tradition: the Palio di Siena, the wines of Montepulciano, the areas mentioned in Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy. Every area in our region is unique and original in its being; experience the unique emotion of our lands. Below is a selection of the places that you can find near our resort.
Only 20 km away, famous for its beautiful square and its palio, its medieval atmosphere and its majestic cathedral. Its narrow streets full of charm and history, will win you over!
Abbazia di S.Galgano
Only about 50 km not far from Siena, the suggestive and majestic Abbey of S.Galgano, famous for its legendary sword in the rock that we invite you to visit.
San Gimignano e Volterra
About 60 km away "Monteriggioni di torri si corona", as Dante Alighieri writes in his Divine Comedy. But it is always enchanting this small castle that rises from the top of a hill, and together with San Gimignano and Volterra it is a place that you cannot miss to visit!
At about 30 Km, the sweet and undulating Crete Senesi, a territory that goes from Asciano to San Giovanni d'Asso. Enchanting all year round, the panorama changes with the changing seasons, offering an always new and surprising spectacle.
Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore
Pass the Crete, about 40 km away, the beautiful Abbey surrounded by centuries-old woods where you can listen to the ancient Gregorian chants of the Benedictine monks.
Montalcino, Montepulciano e Pienza
About 60 km away, Montalcino, the city of wine and honey, which together with Montepulciano, one of the most important wine-growing and wine-producing centres in the world that rises above the Valdichiana, and Pienza with its history and local products, is an itinerary that you just cannot miss!
Abbazia di S.Antimo
Just a few kilometres from Montalcino, the fascinating and ancient Abbey of S.Antimo, built in 781 by Charlemagne and still today ruled by the famous Canonici Bianchi, as their dress reminds us. A paradise where nature and architecture intertwine and merge.
About 65 Km, immersed in the Val D'Orcia, the beautiful Bagno Vignoni has been known since the times of the Etruscans, ancient inhabitants of the area. In the centre of the village you will find the "Piazza delle sorgenti", a rectangular pool, of 16th century origin, which contains a hot thermal water spring coming out of the underground stratum of volcanic origins.