Characteristic and charming semi-detached holiday home in the medieval village of Castiglione d'Orcia, nestled around a hill-top castle and surrounded by a breath-taking landscape. The stone house from the 16th Century has been lovingly restored, keeping the original architecture and keeping intact main features such as the terracotta floors, exposed wooden beams and brick vaults. The house extends over different floors and has private outdoor area, equipped panoramic balcony for relaxing and sunbathing, a big terrace with beautiful views, sunshade and equipped for outdoor dining and to relax enjoying the natural surroundings and sunsets. Access to the house through some steps. Living room with old fireplace, kitchen, dining room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, toilet. Castiglione d’Orcia offers shops, grocery stores, bars and restaurants with typical Tuscan cuisine. The area offers a great variety of itineraries for trekking and hiking in the great scenery of the Val d’Orcia, an unspoiled valley extending from the rolling Sienese hills and the Mount Amiata forests. The Orcia Valley is the expression of a series of marvelous natural characteristics, an UNESCO World Heritage Site. 5 km the hamlet Bagno Vignoni , renowned for its hot springs and the pool at the place of the main square. 20 km the thermal baths of Bagni San Filippo, 28 km the spas of Chianciano Terme. Ideal position for wine tours, close to medieval hilltop towns which are famous for their excellent red wines such as Montalcino (22 km, Brunello di Montalcino wine) and Montepulciano (29 km, Nobile di Montepulciano wine). 9 km the small Etruscan town of San Quirico d’Orcia, 18 km the Renaissance town Pienza with delicious sheep cheese shops, 55 km the town of Siena – marvellous city of arts. The key collection location may be different to the apartments address
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The Italian countryside is the place to enjoy an authentic experience, to appreciate the real old traditional flavours, or just to watch life go slowly and peacefully by. The central region of Tuscany is a fantastic area of the country to explore; due to its array of historic sites, hilltop hamlets, gorgeous landscapes, vast vineyards, blue waters and iconic Renaissance architecture…
The Tuscan hills, historical villages, cellars where you can taste some of the region’s greatest (and world-famous!) wines. The cities of Florence and Siena, as well as many other beautiful, well-loved Tuscan towns like Pisa, Volterra and Montelpulciano all within a short drive. The Chianti countryside, where you will find many of Tuscany’s most charming locations, such as San Gimignano, has been a popular destination for international travellers for many years…
Why not venture to the capital city of Florence on your Tuscany villa holiday; an area scattered with fantastic museums, palaces, ancient streets and art galleries. This cultural and artistic Italian gem is notably home to the landmark Florence Cathedral ‘Duomo’ which stands impressively over the city; the fourth largest in the world.
Walk around Piazzale Michelange; explore the landmark Accademia Gallery, home to Michelangelo’s sculpture David; visit a neighbouring medieval village or simply sip on a glass of delicious, Tuscan wine (or better yet, take a wine tour in the capital).
The Uffizi Gallery is a must-see here, as one of the world’s top art museums, located adjacent to the Piazza della Signoria. Best explored on foot, your Tuscany holiday in Florence won’t disappoint! Make sure to browse the Travelopo website and view our plethora of apartments and villas in and around beautiful Florence!
Or perhaps you’re dreaming of visiting Pisa on your Tuscany villa holiday! This beautiful city has plenty to offer, from its landmark cathedral to its glorious views over the Arno River. Meander around the Piazza dei Miracoli main square, visit the National Museum of San Matteo, and of course, a comical pose near the iconic Leaning Tower of Pisa here is a must on your Tuscany villa holiday! Pisa is a fantastic area to sample some authentic Italian cuisine too – why not pack a picnic and enjoy the landscapes of the popular Natural Park of Migliarino, San Rossore and Massaciuccoli; covering the provinces of Pisa and Lucca.
Perhaps you should visit the historic city of Siena on your Tuscany break? The city is known for its stunning, medieval brick buildings, impressive cathedral and bustling Piazza del Campo square; widely regarded as one of Europe’s greatest medieval squares. Siena offers a brilliant day of exploring of base for your blissful Tuscany villa holiday, located in the heart of the region. The city famously hosts the Palia horse race twice a year, circling the Piazza del Campo. You’ll easily get lost in Siena at any time of year – find your dream holiday apartment in and around the city in the Travelopo catalogue.
Arezzo, in eastern Tuscany, is another fantastic destination to choose for your Italy holiday! Located only 80 kilometres from Florence the city’s main square Piazza Grande and array of historic buildings and monuments are sure to keep you busy. Discover the popular Museo Archeologico, admire Giorgio Vasari’s Renaissance home and visit the landmark Roman Ampitheatre, dating back to the 1st century.
Families should head to Pistoia on their Tuscany holiday; a small but fantastic province north scatter with parks, nature areas and a brilliant zoo! And you’ll quickly fall in love with Tuscany’s pretty coastal towns during your Italian holiday! Why not venture to Massa in the Frigido River Valley? Or explore San Vincenzo, located around 100 kilometres from Florence, with its crystal-clear waters and stunning beaches…
Holiday foodies are sure to devour the authentic Italian cuisine on a Tuscany villa holiday! Why not sample the fresh seafood in the port city of Livorno? A sun-kissed dinner on the waterside promenade is the perfect end to a day of exploring Tuscany’s cultural and historical gems…
Tuscany enjoys a typically mild climate, with the warmest months of July and August averaging around 30*C. The quieter seasons between April and June, and then September to October, are still great months to visit the beautiful region, with fewer crowds and a comfortable, cooler climate.
From its mouth-watering cuisine to its countless iconic monuments, piazzas and architecture, you’ll quickly become immersed in the art and culture oozing from the Tuscany region. An explorer’s delight, you’ll quickly fill your Italy holiday itinerary across this dreamlike and varied part of Europe’s boot. Book your Tuscany villa holiday with Travelopo today!
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