• Unique natural environment, ancient and interesting history and thousand of opportunities to live memorable experiences

Saturnia

Remains from Etruscans and Romans settlements, together with the famous spring of sulphurous water, makes this small town a landmark for thermal and archeological tourism.

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The Orcia Valley

The beautiful landscape in the valley of Mount Amiata, its background, is defined by the landscapes and views of rolling hills that the wise man work has been able to build and maintain.

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Montalcino

Known as the town of Brunello, this small but quaint village on the outskirts of Val d’Orcia is the ideal destination for good wine lovers.

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Pienza

Pienza is a small village in the heart of Val d’Orcia; already Unesco heritage site since 1996. The town is known for its distinctive appearance and breathtaking views of the valley and Amiata.

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Montepulciano

A land of ancient origins located on the intersection of some of the most beautiful landscapes of Tuscany, built along the narrow top of a limestone hill, a visit to Montepulciano presents itself as a place rich in history and culture as well as breathtaking views.

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Siena

Known for its enormous historic, artistic and natural heritage, Siena is known as the City of Palio, a historical secular tradition connected to Contradas, which the city of Siena is divided in.

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Orvieto

The historic city of Orvieto has ancient origins dating back to Etruscan times. Built on a tuff boulder, this is a city rich in history and vicissitudes that are found in historic buildings, arches and glimpses of his villages.

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The Tuscan Coast

Nature and pristine blue sea, beaches of fine sand, cliffs, beach resorts but also a mix culture, history, traditions and good food. Popular since the Etruscan times, villages and ruins are still visible, evidence of an ancient and deeply rooted past.

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