An immersion in Tuscany's soul

The beauty of Val d'Orcia

The first thing that springs to mind about Val d’Orcia is its breathtaking landscape made of rolling hills studded with cypress-lined roads and dotted with picturesque hill towns, castles, churches and other historical landmarks that convey a romantic sense of a time that seems to stand still.

Visiting the Area

Activities in Val d’Orcia

People visit this unique place in search of historical vibes: the Val d’Orcia area includes wonderful towns such as Montalcino, Pienza and Castiglione d’Orcia, and other little villages like San Quirico d’Orcia and Monticchiello. Below, some of the activities that outdoors enthusiasts can choose to do in the midst of nature.

The delicious taste of Tuscany

There are countless reasons that make Val d’Orcia a place worth visiting. People come from all over the world to taste the simple yet wonderful food and wine delights, in a land that gives us the most famous wine selection in the world, which includes Brunello di Montalcino and Nobile di Montepulciano. Sipping a good glass of wine while tasting local dishes is the best way to learn about tradition starting from the dining table.

This is why Val d’Orcia is a timeless destination. It’s the classic journey that leaves those who have the pleasure of visiting it speechless, no matter the season, the year or the length of the trip.

A stroll through history

This enchanting area offers the Abbey of Sant’Antimo, considered the most beautiful Romanesque church in Italy, and the Via Francigena, "the Pilgrim’s route" that connects Canterbury to Rome.