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Volterra is a true jewel of Etruscan, Roman, medieval and Renaissance art, famous for its craftsmanship of Alabaster, only 20 Km from our Hotel.
A unique town where you can admire scenarios that have never been seen before.
During summer and autumn, many cultural and artistic events are organized in this town.
Here you can visit: Etruscan Guarnacci Museum, the Acropolis, Piazza and Palazzo dei Priori, Pinacoteca, Medicea Fortress and Museum of Sacred Art.
On the road leading to Massa Marittima, nestled in a landscape of green hills, we meet Pomarance. In this small historic village you can visit the parish church, the central square, the streets of the old town with the characteristic shops, all framed by beautiful nineteenth- century palaces.
Medieval village perched around the church of St. John the Baptist, a typical example of Romanesque art of the 11th century.
This small hamlet is located on a hill with a wonderful view over the Cecina valley. The village is dominated by the tower of the ancient Belforti family. Montecatini Val di Cecina is characterized by a medieval center with historic buildings such as Palazzo Pretorio, which is accessed through an elegant porch, and the 14th century church of San Biagio.
An enchanting medieval village, perched on a hill overlooking the east on the valley of Sterza. Worth a visit to the Tower, whose construction dates back to 1100.
Between olive groves and vineyards, one of the most striking features of the Wine Route of the Etruscan Coast, is born. This territory is characterized by Doc Bolgheri, and wines such as Sassicaia, the absolute symbol of our territory and the Ornellaia, among the best in the world; All this thanks to the mild climate and favorable to this type of cultivation and to the particular talents of the producers of the territory.
Walking along this hilly and fascinating route, characterized by a hilly landscape on the one hand, and the sea on the other, there are small villages, rustic cellars built by famous architects, small farms, abbeys and castles.
In addition to wine, another particularly valuable product of our territory is the Extra Virgin Olive Oil that goes well with the rustic Tuscan cuisine. Do not miss the wood-baked bread, the artisan cheese, the honey of local beekeepers.
From March to September it is possible to book tasting tours at numerous local wine cellars.
During the spring and summer season there are many folklore events and local festivals: in this way you can enter the real world of these small villages and villages, live all the uses, traditions and local customs.