A unique place in the world, where human action, merging with nature, created a rare landscape of beauty and harmony: The Orcia Valley, a UNESCO Heritage Site, is an indispensable destination for anyone who wants to experience the wonders of the Province of Siena.

Characterized by rolling clay hills, studded with cypress trees, and planted mainly with wheat and other grains, the valley which takes its name from the Orcia River is an ideal destination for those who aim for naturalistic guided tours in which to discover a land rich in art, history, and tradition.

The presence of high-quality oeno-gastronomic products such as excellent wines (Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Moscadello DOC, and DOC Orcia), extra virgin olive oil, Cinta Senese cold cuts, and cheeses (Pecorino di Pienza), offers the visitor the opportunity to taste the many gustatory delights of the area.
The entire valley is still enhanced by the presence of old farms and villages of inestimable beauty. It is possible to organize guided tours that touch on the top destinations or to plan alternative routes based on my extensive knowledge of even smaller, more out-of-the-way sites.


The fortified Orcia Valley

Duration: Maximum 6 hours. Radicofani Located on basalt rock of volcanic origin, Radicofani is a picturesque medieval town dominated by a massive...
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Montalcino and Sant’Antimo Abbey

Duration: Maximum 3 hours. For lovers of good red wine, a visit to Montalcino is highly recommended. The birthplace of the famous Brunello wine...
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San Quirico and Bagno Vignoni

Duration: Maximum 3 hours. A place of great interest and a depository of some true jewels of Italian art, the village of San Quirico...
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Duration: Maximum 3 hours Pienza, the Ideal City of the Italian Renaissance, is still a perfect example of beauty and harmony in architecture....
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