Agriturismo San Giovanni



CETONA – 2km/7min. driving Cetona is in the extreme southern spur located in the province of Siena, and then in the last area of palms that separate Tuscany from Umbria and Lazio, which are really “one step” far. But without suffering the slightest cultural influences of these two regions, its urban physiognomy[…]


SARTEANO – 9km/16min. driving Located in the heart of Italy, half way between Florence and Rome and reachable in ten minutes from the motorway of the sun and a little more from Chiusi station. In a landscape that combines the wild and rugged beauty of the uncontaminated Val d’Orcia to[…]


CHIUSI – 12 km/18min. driving Located in the far south of the province of Siena, on the border with Umbria and next to the one with Lazio, Chiusi it’s the perfect destination for all those who wish to immerse themselves in the history, but also to discover and enjoy the pleasures[…]


MONTEPULCIANO – 33km/45min. driving At 605 meters above sea level, Montepulciano is located in between the Val di Chiana and Val d’Orcia, in the province of Siena.Of ancient and long history, Montepulciano has origins from the Etruscans from the fourth century BC. It has notoriety for its wealth of excellent[…]


ORVIETO – 48km/50min. driving The town of Orvieto is located in Umbria, in the province of Terni, about 45 km from Viterbo, bordering to the east with the province of Perugia and south of the province of Viterbo in Lazio. Clinging to a sandstone shelf, the profile of the Cathedral, symbol of[…]


PIENZA – 42,3km/56min. driving Pienza is at the center of the Artistic and Natural Park of Val d’Orcia, you Unesco City from the year 1996 and is considered by Italian and European historians of the ‘Ideal City’ of Pius II, an accomplished example of urban renaissance. It is located about 20km east[…]


MONTALCINO – 56,7km/1h9min. driving Montalcino is a town in the Italian province of Siena in Tuscany. It is located in the territory to the north-west of Mount Amiata and the end of the Val d’Orcia. The city walls were built in the thirteenth century. The fortress was built at the highest point[…]

Sant’Antimo Abbey

SANT’ANTIMO ABBEY – 64,2km/1h21min. driving After visiting Montalcino, follow the signs for the ‘Sant’Antimo Abbey, beautiful and evocative Romanesque abbey dating from the twelfth century. The path that branches off through the winding country roads and leading to the monastery, it is a real treat for the eyes: vineyards, olive groves, green[…]