Surroundings - Chianti Bicycles

Surroundings

Castelnuovo Berardenga

Is a municipality in the Province of Siena in Tuscany, located about 50 kilometres (31 mi) southeast of Florence and about 14 kilometres (9 mi) east of Siena. Since 1932 it is included in the Chianti wine-production area.

www.comune.castelnuovo-berardenga.si.it

Crete Senesi

The landscape south of Siena leading towards the Medieval center of Asciano is dominated by the typical Crete, clay lands where erosion has created crevices, openings and cracks. It is an impressive area where the imposing Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore stands out.

www.cretesenesi.com

Il Chianti

Located between the Provinces of Florence and Siena, the Chianti Valley has always been considered the heart of old Tuscany, well-renowned around the world for its famous wines.

www.chianti.com

Siena

Situated in central-southern Tuscany, the Province of Siena extends over some of the most famous and fascinating Tuscan territories, e.g. the southern hills of Chianti, Val d’Elsa and Val di Merse, Val d'Arbia, Val di Chiana and Val d'Orcia, right up to the slopes of Mount Amiata.

www.comune.siena.it

Val d'Elsa

Very impressive with its characteristic towns Colle di Val d’Elsa, Poggibonsi and San Gimignano, that boasts inestimable artistic heritage.

www.terresiena.it/val-d-elsa

Val d'Orcia

Walking through this countryside, you can admire impressive abbeys such as Sant’ Antimo, Romanesque parishes (pievi) and characteristic small towns (borghi) such as San Quirico d’Orcia or San Gimignano, which preserve their original appearance to this day.

www.valdorcialife.it

Val di Chiana

Provokes emotion and offers its visitors elevated health and well-being, thanks to its thermal spa centers in Chianciano Terme, Montepulciano and San Casciano dei Bagni.

www.valdichiana.it

Val di Merse

Is constituted of solitary but fascinating places, including the ruins of the San Galgano Abbey that date back to the 13th Century.

www.valdimerse.si.it

Via Francigena

The territory preserves numerous remains from the Middle Ages, springing out along the great pilgrimage road to Rome that crossed Val d’Elsa, the city of Siena and Val d’Orcia.

www.terresiena.it/francigena

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Surroundings - Chianti Bicycles