Since the Middle Age its fame was so great that even Dante makes sign to his 'round enclosure ' in the Divina Commedia. Monteriggioni dominates closed by the entire city walls still intact, founded as a defensive outpost of the Republic of Siena . It’s a must to visit Porta Murata, the parish church of Santa Maria Assunta and the “camminata” on the walls.
San Gimignano is situated in the middle of the Chianti area. Its historical center has been declared World Heritage Site. San Gimignano is famous for the presence of many noble towers, which in medieval times symbolized the power and wealth of the middle-class families to which they belonged.
Nothing is enough to speak about Siena. Famous throughout the world for the Palio, it is a city to live to be understood, made unique by the colors of its districts, its streets where you can feel the magic of the Middle Ages and the beautiful Piazza del Campo with the Palazzo Comunale, not to mention the Duomo, the Pinacoteca, the Basilica of San Domenico and Santa Caterina. Siena remains a precious jewel of art and history, among the first cities in Italy for the quality of life.
Talamone is a small village of ancient origins which stands on a promontory overlooking the sea offering a beautiful view overlooking the Monte Argentario and the Islands of the Tuscan Archipelago . Characterized by an ancient fortress , this small medieval village overlooking the beautiful Gulf of Argentario reflected in the blue waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea .
Deep in the Cecina valley, surrounded by a wall built with cyclopean stones, it stands the city of Volterra, village of Etruscan origin which still retains its ancient history. Hallmark is the extraction and processing of alabaster, which can be appreciated both along the city streets, and in the few remaining workshops.