Tuscan Landscapes

Tuscan Landscapes

The Tuscan landscape is the result of centuries of history:
a natural setting on which man has impressed his own shapes.
Vineyards, olive groves, cereal fields, pastures, trees and woods, make up a harmonious design between the sinuous lines of the Poggi and the Hills, on which ancient peasant farms, small villages and abbeys stand out.
The nearby Val d'Orcia and Crete Senesi are places where Time seems suspended in the light that reveals the beauty of each season.

Siena Cathedral

The Cathedral of Siena, whose bulk rises in the heart of the city, is one of the most outstanding examples of an Italian Romanesque-Gothic cathedral. Accessing this place means elevating the spirit, opening up to art and getting to know one of the most precious treasures of the city.


Montalcino is a jewel of art and history nestled in the hills of the Val d’Orcia.

This medieval city immediately reveals to the visitor its ancient military structure, furrowed as it is by narrow and steep streets that offer extraordinary views. Montalcino is known throughout the world as the village of Brunello. In fact, in these lands one of the most prestigious and famous wines in the world was born: Brunello di Montalcino.

Orcia Valley

Exceptional example of how the natural landscape was redesigned in the Renaissance reflecting the ideals of "good governance" [14th - 15th century] typical of Italian city-states.

Crete Senesi

The most authentic Tuscany:has fascinated the traveler over the centuries and whose natural form has remained absolutely intact and authentic. A lunar landscape of unique and rare beauty, to be discovered ..


Cortona, pearl of Etruscan and medieval art and history, surrounded and defended by splendid walls, is characterized by alleys with breathtaking views over the Valdichiana and the Tuscan hills, by imposing medieval and Renaissance palaces and many churches of great importance from the point of view historical, artistic and religious.


Siena city of art, cultured city, city of good food, city of the Palio. Many are its faces, the city is unique.Lying in the Tuscan hills it still maintains its appearance unchanged and time seems to have stopped in Siena in the thirteenth century, when the city began to enrich itself with an artistic and architectural heritage that has consecrated its glory forever.

San Gimignano

"A masterpiece of human creative genius, it bears the unique testimony of a civilization of the past and the exceptional example of an architectural and landscape complex, testimony of important stages in human history." With these reasons, Unesco registered San Gimignano in the World Heritage list in 1990.

San Galgano Abbey

The spectacular remains of the ancient Abbey of San Galgano, a fascinating and evocative place that was home to one of the most important monasteries in Tuscany.

Sant'Antimo Abbey

Sant’Antimo is an ancient abbey inhabited over the centuries by Benedictine monks and founded, according to legend, by the emperor Charlemagne.The church, built in the twelfth century, is considered one of the masterpieces of medieval architecture.

Monte Oliveto Maggiore Abbey

The Abbey is still inhabited today by the Olivetan monks, it is possible to visit the wonderful church, the large cloister with the famous frescoed cycle with the stories of San Benedetto [XV-XVI century], the precious pharmacy, the rich library, the refectory and an amazing, small museum.


A city that has kept its charm and the splendor of the past unaltered. This is how Florence presents itself. An enchanting city that never ceases to surprise, with its masterpieces of art, the colored marbles of the churches and the architecture that evoke its splendor and the role it played in the development of Renaissance art and culture.

Bagno Vignoni

Bagno Vignoni is a unique and ancient spa village.It is located within the Val d’Orcia Natural Artistic Park. Its thermal waters have been used since Roman times thanks to the proximity of the Via Francigena, the road for pilgrims to Rome.


Perched on the top of a hill, Montepulciano is a medieval town of rare beauty that certainly deserves to be visited! A unique village with elegant Renaissance palaces, ancient churches, splendid squares and small hidden corners. It is here that fragrant and intense wines are born, first of all the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.


Pienza, the ideal city. This town located in the heart of the Val D'Orcia, is considered the embodiment of the Renaissance utopia of the ideal city. Obtained the recognition of Unesco site in 1996, it still communicates to the world the urban canons of the Renaissance for the rational organization of spaces and perspectives of squares and sixteenth-century buildings.

San Quirico d'Orcia

In the heart of the Val d'Orcia, sitting on hills with unparalleled sinuosity, there is an ancient village of probable Etruscan origin, immersed in a landscape made up of olive groves, vineyards and oak woods.