Places to visit in Tuscany

When we think about Tuscany, our thought immediately flies to the suggestive and fascinating landscapes

with its rolling hills surrounded by the famous “lunar landscape”, where a long, cypress-lined drive will lead you from a old house in stone…

La Bruciata is situated in this magic landscape, a strategic position to can visit all the best that Tuscany has to offer: an unique land, made so by all who have cultivated it with knowledge and love, from generation to generation, a land that is famously known throughout the world as "La Dolce Vita." From this earth comes natures bounty: the wines of Nobile di Montepulciano and Brunello di Montalcino, the extra virgin olive oil, Pecorino cheese di Pienza, the valued Chianina and Cinta Senese meat, as well as the inestimable artistic heritage of countless villages, abbeys, castles, museums and landscapes that offer tours to the spas for your well being.


Here what is waiting for you:

- Free natural hot spring and spas
- The Val d’Orcia
- The Val di Chiana
- The Crete Senesi
- Monasteries, Abbeys and Churches
- Fortresses and Castles
- Museums
- Nature
- Famous tours
- Archaeological sites
- Shopping

Natural hot springs and spas

Have you ever been to a hot spring? Imagine the steam from hot water that comes from deep within the earth--in the middle of nature among the sweet Tuscan hills, you will find natural springs of decadently hot water and some of them are free of charge and open to be visited whenever you want, winter or summer.
You can also reach in a short time (10 to 40 minutes by car from La Bruciata) many spas famous for curative properties of their waters and to luxuriate with massages, hot mud baths, etc like Terme di Montepulciano, Chianciano, Bagno Vignoni, Bagni San Filippo, Rapolano, San Casciano dei Bagni.


La Val d’Orcia

Pienza, Castiglione d'Orcia, Montalcino, Radicofani, San Quirico d'Orcia, Monticchiello


La Val di Chiana

Montepulciano, Sinalunga, Trequanda, Castelmuzio, Petroio, Castiglioncello del Trinoro, Chiusi, Chianciano Terme, Cetona, Cortona.


Le Crete Senesi

Asciano, Buonconvento, Monteroni d’Arbia, Rapolano Terme, San Giovanni d’Asso


Monasteri, Abbazie e Chiese

Abbazia di Sant’Antimo, Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore, Monastero Sant’Anna in Camprena, Tempio di San Biagio, Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta - Duomo di Montepulciano, Pieve di Corsignano, Cappella della Madonna di Vitaleta, Collegiata di San Quirico d’Orcia


Fortezze e Castelli

Spedaletto, Fortezza di Montepulciano, Fortezza di Montalcino, Rocca di Castiglione d’Orcia, Fortezza di Radicofani



Museo del Vetro a Montalcino, Museo Diocesano a Pienza, Museo Minerario del Monte Amiata, Museo Civico di Montepulciano, Museo Archeologico Nazionale Etrusco a Chiusi, Museo Civico di Chiusi “La città Sotterranea”, Museo Museo della Terracotta, Museo della Mezzadria Senese a Buonconvento.



Bosco della Ragnaia a San Giovanni d’Asso, Giardino di Villa La Foce,
Giardino Horti Leonini a San Quirico d’Orcia, Giardino pensile di Palazzo Piccolomini a Pienza, il Monte Amiata, Panorami fotografici (in cui mettere le foto più famose)


Siti archeologici

Parco dei Mulini a Bagno Vignoni, Labirinto di Porsenna a Chiusi, Tomba del Leone e della Pellegrina, Tomba della Scimmia a Chiusi



Articoli realizzati a mano e botteghe artigiane, Valdichiana Outlet Village, The Mall.


Cantine sotterranee

Cantina de’ Ricci, Cantina Talosa, Cantina Contucci

The Spa

Free natural hot springs and Spa Have you ever been to a hot spring? Imagine the steam from hot water that comes from deep within the earth--in the middle of nature...


Montepulciano is situated in the south area of the senese territory which includes the Val d'Orcia, Val di Chiana and Crete Senesi. So people who spend the night in Montepulciano can...