Siena and surroundings

Taking advantage of a weekend or a complete stay in our hotel you can visit places that keep intact the original features and traditions of the past in the beautiful region of Tuscany. For example, during the days of the Palio, Siena lives an intense atmosphere and full of artistic and cultural encounters. Do not underestimate the absolutely beautiful surroundings of Siena, the Chianti and the Crete, with breathtaking scenery, and picturesque villages.

Siena deliziosa città d'arte, ricca di monumenti e di storia, situata nel cuore della Toscana, è rimasta intatta nei secoli

Lucignano D'Arbia is a beautiful fortified village with a circular plan, which has retained much of its original medieval architecture. Interesting is the fourteenth century the tower of Cassero and the beautiful church of S. Francesco (XIII century) with a Gothic portal and frescoes by Bartolo di Fredi.

Siena delightful city of art, rich in monuments and history, located in the heart of Tuscany, has remained intact over the centuries. A city built on hills, maintaines intact its medieval appearance characterized by narrow winding streets and noble buildings in history.

Bagno Vignoni is a medieval village nestled in the Val d'Orcia and Crete is famous for its thermal waters.

Montalcino Situated just over forty kilometers from Siena, Montalcino, takes its name from the oak in dense patches, covering the hill on which stands.

Abbazia di Sant'Antimo The magnificent Abbey of Saint Antimo, one of the major Romanesque monuments of the region, with the magnificence of the building enhanced by the integrity of surrounding.countryside.

Monte Oliveto Maggiore Monte Oliveto Maggiore, Motherhouse of the Benedictine Congregation of St. Mary of Monte Oliveto, was founded on the initiative of a man born in Siena, Blessed Bernardo Tolomei, who chose as the standard of living the Rule of St. Benedict

San Gimignano rises with its towers, on a hill (334m high) dominating the Elsa Valley. Seat of a small Etruscan village of the Hellenistic period.

Crete Senesi The landscape of the Crete Senesi is a triumph of harmony and is a timeless image, a framework that merges the forms of an Etruscan graffito and a sign of modern art

Montepulciano stands on a hill and from it you can see the valleys and areas of this town; the landscape is made even more enjoyable by olive groves and vineyards, and multi-faceted nature of the area as the cypress trees.

Volterra, magical and mysterious city, has its roots in three thousand years of history. Of each period is possible to find evidence and traces that have helped to make it unique.