The Val d’Orcia with its landscapes of hills and cypresses represents the essence of Tuscany. Enchanting place located along the ancient Via Cassia, also known as Via Francigena, is distinguished by the numerous castles and fortresses, abbeys and villages. Immersed in the landscape splendor of an uncontaminated and varied nature, between woods and springs of thermal waters, hills and mountains, the Val d’Orcia is the perfect synthesis of a harmonious coexistence between nature and man, culture and territory , a relationship that has remained unchanged over time. The majestic Amiata and the Crete Senesi, Bagno Vignoni and the surrounding villages represent scenic beauties admired by visitors from all over the world.
From traditions and secular experiences that are protected and enhanced, quality artisanal and culinary productions are born, protected in the heart of the Val d’Orcia Artistic, Cultural and Natural Park.
The beautiful San Quirico d’Orcia preserves the culture and art of centuries and centuries of history intact in the stone, the civilization of ancient peoples who have enriched these places. All this emerges from the white sculptures of the churches, from the craftsmanship of the clays, from the works of wrought iron masters, from the ancient wine sellers. Walking in the evening in San Quirico d’Orcia allows you to discover, in a dreamlike atmosphere, the richness of Tuscan civilization that this part of the Val d’Orcia, cradled by the soft Crete, offers its visitors