Those who want to discover the splendors of the Tuscan countryside will delight in the area’s amazing cultural and natural treasures. Whether by car, on foot, by bike or on horseback, the area offers myriad opportunities if you are looking to dive into a centuries-old culture immersed in beauty.
Chianti Senese - This landscape looks like it was drawn by hand. Visitors will delight in participating in one of its many itineraries spotlighting forests, vineyards, hamlets and special districts. Don’t miss the area’s many gems such as Radda, Gaiole, Castellina and Castelnuovo Berardenga.
Crete Senese - This fascinating area is characterized by shapes sculpted from an ever-changing sea of clay. The thermal baths of Rapolano and the truffles of San Giovanni D’Asso are just some of the wonders that this area offers.
Val d'Orcia – In the heart of the land surrounding Siena, you’ll find a perfect landscape characterized by rolling hills, cypress groves and the sinuous flow of its river. In this authentic treasure chest filled with stunning natural beauty, you won’t want to miss historical centers like Pienza and Montalcino.
Chianti fiorentino - Barberino Val d’Elsa, Greve in Chianti, San Casciano in Val di Pesa and Tavarnelle in Val di Pesa boast rolling hills and vineyards paired with the chance to enjoy a glass of fine wine. As you cross the territory, it’s impossible not to find castles, hamlets, solitary abbeys, and history-filled villa-farms.
Mugello – Just a few kilometers from Florence you can discover additional traces of history that prove equally fascinating when compared to that of the Renaissance capital. Mugello hosts a racetrack as well as Medici villas, tiny churches and myriad trails for cyclists.
Vallombrosa – Take a walk through the area’s many woods, discovering enchanting trails that will lead to abbeys built in bygone times. All of these incredible experiences are sure to make for an unforgettable holiday.
Lucca and province – Whether you love culture or nature—this territory has it all. The villas of Lucca are authentic historical gems that once belonged to noble families who lived in the area stretching from Versilia to the Apuane Alps.