The territory of Cinigiano is dotted with characteristic villages: Porrona – which boasts a medieval castle, a parish church and two stately villas – Sasso d’Ombrone (also known as Sasso di Maremma), Colle Massari and then the Aldobrendsche strongholds of Castiglioncello Bandini, Vicarello, Poggio del Sasso and the village of Santa Rita.
Monticello Amiata, the highest town in the area, is home to a House Museum inside the old Town Hall, dedicated to popular traditions, daily life and historic crafts.
The area also offers many opportunities to take advantage of nature, with walks and excursions along thematic itineraries: the Via della Castagna, which winds through the centuries-old chestnut groves around Monticello Amiata, and the Via delle Fonti, which connects the two water sources of the town.
Between the towns of Cinigiano and Arcidosso, in the province of Grosseto, are the 400 protected hectares of the "Poggio all'Olmo" Nature Reserve, at an altitude of between 800 and 1000 meters, with panoramic views over the Valley dell'Ombrone, Monte Amiata and Val d'Orcia. The reserve is best-known for its botanical wealth: woods of black pine, fir trees and centuries-old chestnut trees alternate with grasslands and shrubs, where some unique species such as linaria purpurea and viola Etrusca grow.