Time for one last auteur photo? If you love contemporary art, you should take a tour of Pievasciata, among the hills of the Terre di Siena. Here you find the Chianti Sculpture Park, where thought-provoking artistic installations are spread along a circular path that winds its way through an oak and holm oak wood.
Nor should you miss a stop at Pietrasanta, a hub for artists and sculptors from all over the world. In recent decades, it has become known as a true outdoor museum, with many temporary exhibitions in the historic center – piazza Duomo, in particular.
In the heart of the Maremma, between the sea and the hills of Capalbio, there's a very special artistic park: the Tarot Garden, born from the imagination of the French sculptor Niki de Saint Phalle, where you can take pictures of statues inspired by figures from the Tarot cards.
In Volterra, a few kilometers from the entrance to the village, the circle of Staccioli is a window onto the beauty of the valley and hills. The fiery red frame has become a symbol, and you won't be able to resist taking a photograph.
Finally, in the Crete Senesi, the best place to enjoy the sunset is the Site Transitoire, the monumental work of Jean-Paul Philippe that can be found in the open countryside.