Montisi – Trequanda’s neighbor to the south has fine restaurants, a charming castle quarter and the last continuously operating “Grancia” from the 13th century.
Pienza - Walk the charming streets in what is considered the first true Renaissance city. Visit the home of Pope Pius II. Taste the local pecorino cheese (and bring some back to La Casa, of course!). The city’s famous promenade looks out over the unforgettable Val d’Oricia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Montalcino – Taste the famous Brunello wines while looking out over the Crete Senesi landscape.
Montepulciano – Explore the wine caves and taste the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano wines. Enjoy the shopping and restaurants.
Petroio – Visit a classic spiral Etruscan town, the center of the world’s terra cotta industry for over 2,000 years and the home of the Terra Cotta Museum.
Castelmuzio - This wonderfully preserved medieval village is built on a limestone hilltop.
Cortona - A hillside village with Etruscan roots made famous in “Under the Tuscan Sun.”
Montefollonico – After enjoying one of the village’s fine restaurants, visit the ceramics shop and have a keepsake item custom made.
South of Montepulciano, visit the historic gardens at La Foce, overlooking the Val d’Orcia.
...and so many more! For our guests, our house book provides additional suggestions, descriptions, and details.