• Chianciano Terme

    This town is situated between Val di Chiana and Val d’Orcia. You can enjoy of a relaxing thermal day thanks to "Terme Sensoriali" and also to "Piscine Termali Theia".

  • Montepulciano

    Montepulciano is the right mix between culture and gastronomy. There, between the the suggestive streets, you can appreciate the great tastes besides the famous wine (vino Nobile di Montepulciano) on which is based the biggest part of economy.

  • Chiusi

    Chiusi is a small town of Etruscan origins and fulcrum of the civilization itself, it was one of the most powerful "city-states" concerning economy and military service. Chiusi is rich of archeological sites and besides the “Museo Etrusco” is possible to visit the suggestive "Tomba della Scimmia"

  • Foiano Della Chiana

    You can enjoy some hours of “healthy” shopping, in fact, in Foiano della Chiana you can find the "Valdichiana Outlet Village" with a huge number of shops (more than 130) and you can relax in the way you prefer.


    • Pienza

      Pienza is an important town dating to the XIV-XV century, known for the production of the Pecorino cheese and for the birth of Pope Pio II, a humanist pope who rebuilt and restilished the town as we now know it.

    • Montalcino

      Montalcino is located at the confine between the Val d'Orcia and the Chianti hills and is mostly known for the “Brunello di Montalcino” (one of the most appreciated and exported wine in the world).

    • Radicofani

      Radicofani is a small Medieval town located just in front of the Amiata mountain which dominates the Val d'Orcia and the Maremma. The town is featured by the "Fortezza", a well preserved and fashinating castle which made Radicofani impregnable for centuries.

    • Bagno Vignoni

      This is a very small village of a little more than 30 citizens, it is based near the Via Francigena. The particularity of the town is the "vasca" of warm thermal water dating to the Medicean age which is located just in the centre of the town and around.


      • Siena

        The city is known for the "Palio di Siena" and is rooted in the Roman centuris in which mith and hisinterweave myth and history were intertwined. This created the suggestive beauty of the city, with its artistic patrimony declared UNESCO patrimony.

      • Asciano

        Asciano is a small town in the heart of Crete Senesi and it is characterized by an alternation of sinuous reliefs of a very light color and by others more sour. This mix create a wonderful landscape.

      • San Giovanni D'Asso

        The town is located in the heart of Crete Senesi on the banks of torrent Asso which is known for the first italian museum dedicated to truffle (tartufo); this product strongly influences the economy of the area.

      • Buonconvento

        Buonconvento is situated in the southern part of Crete Senesi, at the border with Val d'Orcia. Contrary to the origins of the name (luogo felice-happy place), the village is known for the history of Enrico VII (imperator of Holy Roman Empire), killed by poisoning. Nearby the town it is possible to admire the "Abbazia di Sant'Antimo"

        AROUND US

        • Firenze

          Firenze is one of the most important cities of Italy and of the world, its history has very old origins. Since the Middle Age it was an important cultural, commercial, economical and financial center which became immensly relevant during the Medicean hegemony, thanks to the huge wealths amounted invested in works of art and wonderful buildings.

        • Roma

          The eternal City need no presentation. Rome is one of the most impressive cultural and historical existing patrimony. Rome was the capital of the Roman Empire in pagan ages, than becamecapital of Christianity, than, in the end, the capital of Italy. It takes two hours of driving to get there from our hotel.

        • Perugia

          Perugia is the main city of Umbria, the homeland of San Francesco. Perugia is a city full of art and monuments founded by the Etruscan population, than enlarged by the Romans and by the noble families of the Middleage.

        • Monte Amiata

          Amiata is a mountainous massif which is part of the Tuscan Appennino. It raises between Maremma, Val d'Orcia and Val di Chiana. Its volcanic origins made the subsoil rich of minerals and the nearby lands extremely fertile.


          • Theia Thermal Pools

            The Theia thermal pools have been recently constructed. The complex is composed by seven thermal pools (three internal and four external), all connected and fed by the sillene source which waters were already known during the Etruscan and the Roman age for its beneficial properties.

          • Montepulciano Thermal Pools

            Important thermal and rehabilitating center, in which you can give yourself some healthy relaxing moment thanks to the "Grotta Lunare" which is located in the internal part of the complex.

          • San Giovanni

            The thermal park open to public to offer two external pools and an internal one. The mineral water of San Giovanni (terme di Rapolano) pools naturally gush out from the source at 39 Celsius degrees. This is one of the best complex to cure dermatological affections.

          • Terme Di San Filippo

            Important thermal and rehabilitating center, in which you can give yourself some healthy relax thanks to the "Grotta Lunare" which is in the internal part of the establishment besides the numerous treatments creating regarding the costumers.