Tuscany is one of the most charming regions in Italy and the perfect destination for anyone who appreciates authentic beauty.
It is home to medieval villages, historic cities, beautiful landscapes with rolling green hills, vineyards and olive groves,
sunflower fields and cypresses. There are many things to see and do: art and culture, sport and leisure, nature and incredible
food and wine experiences can be part of your vacation.
THREE MUST-SEES : FLORENCE, PISA, SIENA
Florence, Pisa and Siena are among the major attractions in Tuscany. Beauty and cultural heritage of these historic cities are invaluable landmarks worth to visit
Florence, cradle of Renaissance and the Italian language, is a real outdoor museum. Do not miss the famous Duomo and Uffizi Gallery, Michelangelo’s David and Ponte VecchioSiena, famous for its historic Palio held twice every summer, on magical shell-shaped Piazza del Campo, takes you back into the Middle Ages.
Pisa, with its Leaning Tower in the famous Piazza dei Miracoli, is an unmissable stop-over, its Cathedral an absolute masterpiece of Romanesque-Pisan architecture.
CHARMING HAMLETS AND AMAZING VILLAGES
Discover some of the most beautiful villages located in our territory.
Charming hamlets, ancient castles, picturesque villages and historical churches bedded in fascinating landscape should be part of your itineraries in Tuscany.
Certaldo and Gambassi, Volterra and Montescudaio, Casole d’Elsa and Monteriggioni, Colle Val d’Elsa and Vinci, San Galgano and Cortona, all of them have a story to tell and are unique in their settings.
Take your time, relax and enjoy impressive views and magic sceneries.
Val D’Orcia offers spectacular landscapes with winding slopes, cypresses and vineyards. Beautiful medieval towns including Pienza, the ideal city, Montalcino and Montepulciano, famous for its Vino Nobile, dominate the Orcia Valley.
The green gentle hills of Chianti, covered with olive groves and vineyards, are an invitation to enjoy good food and wine. Put on your list Greve in Chianti, Castellina in Chianti, Radda in Chianti but also small spots like Barberino Valdelsa, San Donato in Poggio and Monfioralle
The Etruscan Coast alternates sandy beaches, rocky inlets and archeologic sites, bordered by dense Mediterranean vegetation.
Visit fascinating Populonia on top of the beautiful Gulf of Baratti and do not miss a stop in charming Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci.
NATURAL HOT SPRINGS
Relax your body and mind in one of the many natural thermal water spas emerged in nature.
Bagno Vignoni is built around its huge thermal pool in the main square, with a natural spring with small cascades just on the entrance of the village.
The thermal baths of Bagni San Filippo are characterized by big limestone formations with particular shapes and white colour.
The Cascate del Mulino in Saturnia is made of several natural pools with warm thermal water and has a relaxing waterfall.
Leave time for a stop in Suvereto and Pitigliano, built on top of a tuff cliff, and enjoy some excellent wines of the famous Scansano area.
Tuscany offers a great number of food festivals and folkloric rituals, many of which have long historical traditions.
Il Palio in Siena is a colourful horse race in Piazza del Campo between the historic neighbourhoods. Costumed pageantry and long outdoor tables in squares and side streets and take you back in time (Siena, July 2nd and August 16th)
The Calcio Storico Fiorentino is played in the square of Santa Croce by Florence’s historic neigbourhoods in their 16th century costumes.
Spectacular fireworks along the Arno river conclude the celebration of Florence’s Feast Day San Giovanni (Florence, June 24th)
Mercantia, one of the most beautiful street art festivals in Italy, is a feast for the senses, with great performances in hidden courtyards
and secret gardens in the magic atmosphere of Medieval Certaldo. (Certaldo, 3° week in July).