A beautiful medieval village that gave birth to the poet Giovanni Boccaccio and was awarded the "Orange Flag" from the Italian Touring Club for its incredible beauty (5 mins drive).
A UNESCO world heritage site, that owes its popularity to the towers that fill the town. Its world fame comes from the rich production of art that can be found here as well as from the “Vernaccia di San Gimignano”, a fine white wine produced in San Gimignano (10 mins drive).
Situated on a high hill, one of the oldest cities in Tuscany ... here you can still enjoy the atmosphere of an ancient village. Renowned for its quarries of alabaster and its archaeological remains dating back to Etruscan period, Volterra is a not to be missed historical stop (30 mins drive).