‘Images of Val d’Orcia and particularly potrays of its landscapes, where people are depicted as living in harmony with nature, have become icons of the Renaissance and have profoundly influenced the development of landscape in future years.’
These are the reasons why since 2004 Val d’Orcia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This 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. With its enchanted scenarios among the most photographed in the world, Val d’Orcia is the image of Tuscany in the world. Incarnation of the good life, is the perfect combination between man and nature.
The area boasts some notable landmarks such as the spa town of Bagno Vignoni, the famous cypress of San Quirico d’Orcia and other important places such as Pienza and Montalcino. It can be enjoyed from the terraces of its best-known villages, live through the smells and flavors of its products; whether you are biking, walking or driving along white roads and small villages you cannot resist the temptation to photograph it.