Bagno Vignoni is to be found after a drive among lovely cypress-crowned hills, farmhouses and lands, in a truly harmonious landscape. The large thermal warm pool in the Piazza delle Sorgenti, in the centre of the small medieval village, is still perfectly preserved. It will surprise you even if you have seen it many times. Emotion is still all there, the ancient atmosphere is unique while strolling along the narrow alleys tasting the Sienese wines and specialities, in a restaurant or osteria.
Colle Val d'Elsa. Its oldest part has many romantic and fascinating places. It's very pleasant to stroll through the village up to the old town, walking along tiny alleys full of history. For those who don't like walking uphill, there is a lift, ''Risalita il Baluardo'', a very interesting solution where you can also admire some crystal installations. Situated along the Via Francigena track, it is known all over the world for its crystal production.
San Casciano dei Bagni is south of Siena. A small Medieval village which was famous for its thermal waters, full of mineral salt , magnesium, calcium, fluoride. The landscape around is truly breathtaking, the small squares and alleys designing a whole rhytmic maze, where you can discover unknown places. For those who love photography and for the romantics, this is the perfect place.
Murlo is a small village encircled by high walls, very famous for the presence of an Etruscan site. Here the beautiful Archaelogical Museum Antiquarium di Poggio Civitate is a must-see. It is a tiny jewel where cars are not allowed, at the top of a hill from where magical Val di Merse landscapes can be enjoyed.
Monteriggioni is a very romantic town dating from the XIIIth century. Along the Via Francigena, it is enclosed within high walls, from which we can see a whole beautiful view over magical landscapes. Here no cars are allowed, so we can walk undisturbed in the squares and alleys. The main square, with a large well in the middle, is like a deep protective hug. A curiosity: these walls and towers were the model for the crown worn by Italy engraved on the old 100 lira coins.