Crossing these green and wooded lands, we cannot avoid visiting the ancient villages of the Val d’Orcia and Monte Amiata which we encounter on our journey. Each country has its own history and originality and you will find much to discover in the streets of these cities. The countries offer many tourist attractions of historical and folkloristic character, explore the pages that we propose to you and come to visit us to see with your own eyes what we are telling you.
Villages and towns to visit
Abbadia San Salvatore, holidays between traditions and nature
There are many reasons to stop for a few days in Abbadia San Salvatore during your vacation on Monte Amiata…
Arcidosso, between spirituality and mystery
Arcidosso, an ancient medieval village on the eastern side of Monte Amiata, dominated by the “Aldobrandesco” Castle, which is one of the oldest and best preserved castles…
Bagni San Filippo, the spa and the white whale
Bagni San Filippo is a fraction of the town of Castiglione d’Orcia. One of the most renowned spa towns of the lower Tuscany.
Bagno Vignoni, between thermal water and archeology
Bagno Vignoni is located in the municipality of San Quirico d’Orcia. Certainly the most important spa of the splendid valley since the time of the Etruscans.
Campiglia d’Orcia, a step away from the Via Francigena
Campiglia d’Orcia is a fraction of the municipality of Castiglione d’Orcia, in the province of Siena, on the Via Francigena.
Castel del Piano, the city of the Palio
Castel del Piano, a town in the province of Grosseto, is one of the most populated towns of Amiata. Famous for the traditional Palio.
Castiglione d’Orcia, at the foot of the fortress of Tentennano
Castiglione d’Orcia is a small town in the province of Siena immersed in the Val d’Orcia characterized by the presence of the Rocca di Tentennano.
Montelaterone is a village in the municipality of Arcidosso that rises on the slopes of the Amiata on a sandstone mountain overlooking the Ente and Zancona rivers and which caresses the Orcia valleys.
Montalcino, the city of Brunello
Montalcino, a town in the province of Siena, famous for the production of the renowned Brunello wine.
Piancastagnaio, the fortress and centuries-old chestnut trees
Piancastagnaio with its centuries-old chestnut trees is the southernmost town in the province of Siena on the slopes of Monte Amiata.
Pienza, the city of Pius II Piccolomini
Pienza is the “gem” of the Orcia Valley, one of the countries most visited by tourists from all over the world, the birthplace of Pope PIO II.
Radicofani, the city of Ghino di Tacco
Radicofani with its imposing tower attributed to the Carolingians and then conquered by the bandit Ghino di Tacco, is located in front of Monte Amiata.
San Quirico d’Orcia, between art and gardens
San Quirico d’Orcia, famous for its gardens is one of the most characteristic villages of the Orcia valley.
Santa Fiora, the living room of Amiata
Santa Fiora is one of the most characteristic towns of Amiata, located in the province of Grosseto, known for its Robbiane and artistic events.
Seggiano, city of oil and of Daniel Spoerri
Country in the province of Grosseto, it is known worldwide for the gardens of the artist Daniel Spoerri and for the excellent oil produced in his campaigns.
Vivo d’Orcia, city of water and springs
Vivo d’Orcia is a modern mountain village where it is worth stopping only for the sparkling air.