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Val d’Orcia

Sant'Antimo abbey, Val d'Orcia, Tuscany

U.N.E.S.C.O. World Heritage Site, Val d’Orcia extends south of Siena to the imposing Monte Amiata, a 1770 m. extinct volcano that dominates the stunning landscape from the distance. 

Ride across gentle rolling hills following the ancient Via Francigena to the medieval hilltop village of Montalcino or to the magic Renaissance town of Pienza.

Enjoy a well-deserved plate of pici al cinghiale in one of the restaurants and cafès surrounding the thermal water pool of Bagno Vignoni.


Panzano in Chianti, Tuscany

Chianti is the famous wine region of Tuscany. Located in the area between Florence and Siena, its scenic countryside is like an endless sea of hills covered with vineyards and olive groves alternated with ancient forests. Medieval fortified hamlets and castles, together with more recent farms and villas, dot the landscape in a unique, picturesque way that inspired many Renaissance painters. 

Enjoy the pleasure of a gelato in the famous medieval town of San Gimignano (the city of the beautiful towers) or in the picturesque castle of Monteriggioni (one of the best preserved hamlets of Tuscany). 


chapel near Trebbio castle, Mugello, Tuscany

Homeland of the Medici family, Mugello is the hilly region that extends North of Florence to the Apennine Mountains range, a natural barrier that divides Tuscany from the plains of Emilia Romagna.

Enjoy the scenic ridge of the mountains riding along the famous G.E.A. trail, a wild itinerary surrounded by Nature that runs for about 450 km. along the borderline between Tuscany and Emilia Romagna.

Be absorbed by the quietness of the hilltop monastery of Montesenario, founded in the 13th century by the Seven Saints who lived in the natural grottoes just below the sanctuary.

Feel the evocative beauty of Trebbio castle, built in panoramic position by the Medici family during the 15th century.