Located where, according to Dante, “the Arno screws up its nose towards the Aretini,” the popular territory of Capolona is made up of a dense series of hills that form the southern border of the Pratomagno. Dotted with small villages and towns such as Lorenzano, Caliano, Vado and Castelluccio, make sure to visit Santa Margherita, with its perfectly preserved medieval buildings. The 11th century Parish Church of Santa Maria Maddalena in Sietina is particularly interesting, built along an ancient Roman road. Equally, don’t miss Bibbiano with its medieval defensive wall and Cenina’s church dedicated to Saint Lucy. A great time to visit is March, when gourmet lovers can experience the Mostra Filiera del Tartufo Marzuolo, the annual truffle festival.