Val di Chiana Senese is a territory with blurred borders, but also with a very definite identity, which is practically unique. If you visit it, you will come in touch with its peculiarities, ranging from history, which takes on the legacy and mystery of Etruscan civilization, up to the well-being of thermal waters; from the pleasure of the great wines, up to the many local delicatessen; from elegant architectures, up to inimitable natural landscape. Everything is filled with a total harmony of living, what is the characteristic feature of this territory.
The major centers that form the Val di Chiana Senese are actually ten: Cetona, Chianciano Terme, Chiusi, Montepulciano, Pienza, San Casciano dei Bagni, Sarteano, Sinalunga, Torrita di Siena, and Trequanda. All are connected along a winding line of about 40 kilometers, which borders to the north on the Crete Senesi, to the east on Lake Trasimeno, to the south on the valleys climbing from Rome and the nearby Umbria, and to the west on Val d’Orcia. Each entry door is an exact representation of how the locals have respected the landscape.