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EXPLORE THIS UNIQUE AREA

THE SURROUNDINGS

EXPLORE THIS UNIQUE AREA

THE SURROUNDINGS

NESTLED AMIDST GENTLY ROLLING HILLS IN

VAL D'ORCIA

If any spot in Tuscany can lay claim to perfection, it’s Val D’Orcia. Lines of cypress trees standing atop low rolling hills; the sun going down turning the sky the color of terracotta; broad expanses of vineyards; yellow fields dotted with cylindrical bales; fields of bright precocious sunflowers.
Lying just south of Reggello, its picturesque views have inspired a whole school of painting, the Sienese School, and have graced a thousand postcards.  Recently declared a UNESCO heritage site, this valley has retained its unspoiled beauty for centuries.

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MONTEFOLLONICO

Montefollonico is characterized by narrow and winding alleys and short and rustic houses.  In ancient times it used to be called Monte a Fullonico (Fullonico Mountain). The Romans called “fullones” people that worked the cloths, meaning that this ancient settlement likely meant “place of cloth workers”, maybe coming from the first human settlement near the Conventaccio (Benedictine Monks Abbey in the VIII century), that worked and dyed the wool.  Today it is a small village, known principally for its fantastic restaurant, Osteria La Botte Piena.
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MONTEPULCIANO

Montepulciano is one of Tuscany’s most scenic towns, strung along a ridge at 600 meters above sea level near the border with Umbria.  A hilltop town, surrounded by walls and fortifications, it is well known for its Renaissance buildings and lovely churches, and for its Montepulciano “Vino Nobile” wines.

The town meanders along the crest, with the Corso (main street) ambling upward, punctuated by the Piazza Grande, the city’s primary gathering spot and its civic and religious center. Along the way, the Corso is outlined by palaces and beautiful buildings, like a runway of architectural designs. Montepulciano is one of the most romantic Renaissance towns, surrounded by idyllic hills.

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PIENZA

This charming village is widely known as the “ideal city of the Renaissance”, the creation of the great humanist Enea Silvio Piccolomini who later became Pope Pius II. Piccolomini had the money and the influence to transform his birthplace village, the humble Corsignano, into what he considered to be the ideal Utopian city, exemplifying the principles and philosophy of classical times and of the Italian Renaissance.

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BAGNO VIGNONI

The ancient village of Bagno Vignoni is located in the heart of Val d’Orcia. Thanks to the Via Francigena (which was the main route followed by pilgrims in antiquity who went to Rome), the thermal baths around which the village is based were used since Roman times. 
At the heart of the village is the “Square of sources”, namely a rectangular tank, of sixteenth-century origin, which contains the original source of water that comes from a subterranean aquifer of volcanic origins.

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LUCIGNANO D'ASSO

Lucignano d’Asso is a tiny, romantic locale between Trequanda and Montalcino. Situated in the dramatic countryside of the Crete Senesi, it’s preserved from decadence by its enchanting owner, the Countess Angelica Bandini Lucignanello.
What makes Lucignano d’Asso a gorgeous destination is the relaxing atmosphere, the stunning Val d’Orcia landscape, and the lovely architecture (especially the doors and windows).

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