Chianti, the territory that for centuries produces Chianti Classico wine, is a part of Tuscany that is bordered on the north from Florence, on the east by the Chianti Mountains, south of Siena and on the west by the Pesa and Elsa valleys.
Theculture of the regionis linked to thewinein prestigious areasfor the cultivationof grapesandthe production ofitswines such asRosso,S.AntimoandMontalcinoBrunellohavemade itfamous throughout theworld.
A special tour between Val d'Orcia and Val di Chiana visiting two excellent towns known for their architectural beauty, food and wine: Montepulciano with wines Nobile and Rosso, and Pienza thecradle of the Renaissance.
Rolling hills and green valleys crossed by the river Orcia and the ancient Via Cassia, from Rome as far as to the north. This is the view of the Val d'Orcia, a mixture of nature and picturesque villages of the Tuscan countryside.
For the characteristic medieval architecture and the conservation of many tower-houses, once a symbol of power and wealth of noble families, San Gimignano has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Maremma, the wild heart of Tuscany, is a vast area that stretches between the provinces of Livorno and Grosseto, known for its ancient medieval villages and the beauty of the uncontaminated nature.
Perfect symbiosis of nature and history, this is a territory where you can explore pristine itineraries between archaeological sites and natural attractions, with beautiful beaches and breathtaking views.