Tuscany, which stretches from the Apennines to the Tyrrhenian Sea, is the land of great artists and writers, who took inspiration for their works in the Tuscan villages, as picturesque as few in the world. The Val d’Orcia, which appears in many famous films, is a countryside with bright tones and spectacular views in any season of the year. The coast, besieged by tourists in summer, offers one of the most popular seaside comforts in Italy. But those who love the villages, it is in Tuscany that finds bread for its teeth: from the towers of San Gimignano, called "the Manhattan of the Middle Ages", to the cobbled streets of Certaldo, passing through the walls of Monteriggioni or the "Italian Jerusalem" or Pitigliano, Tuscany is indeed a territory rich in villages to be framed.
The village of Altopascio rises along Via Francigena, in Tuscany.
Anghiari, is part of the most beautiful villages in Italy, and is located in the Tuscan Valtiberina.
The village of Bagnone is located in the historical region of Lunigiana, in Tuscany.
Barberino Val d´Elsa
The story of Barberino Val d'Elsa in Tuscany is linked to the destruction of Semifonte by the Florentines in 1202.
Barga is Giovanni Pascoli's adoptive land.
Bolgheri is a hamlet of the municipality of Castagneto Carducci, in the province of Livorno. It is located less than ten kilometers from the Etruscan Coast.
The fourteenth-century village of Buonconvento, perfectly preserved, is the most important center in the Val d'Arbia.
Lying in a large basin at the feet of the Apuan Alps, Camaiore has become increasingly popular thanks to its Lido.
Campiglia Marittima is an ancient medieval village immersed in the fertile and luxuriant nature of the Maremma.
What to see in Capalbio, one of the most beautiful and evocative villages of the Maremma. Among the most important tourist attractions ,there is the famous Giardino dei tarocchi.
History, what to see, typical cuisine and the events of Casale Marittimo. Lying on a hill you can admire an extraordinary panorama of the Tuscan Archipelago.
Casciana Terme Lari
History, what to see, the typical cuisine and the events of Casciana Terme Lari. An ideal destination for those who are looking for a wellness weekend
Casole d Elsa
History, what to see, typical cuisine and the events of Casole d'Elsa. The municipality is part of the Wine Cities
History, what to see, the typical cuisine and the events of Castagneto Carducci. In the heart of the Livornese Maremma at the center of the Etruscan Coast
The village of Certaldo is located in the center of Valdelsa, Tuscany.
Cetona is located in the extreme southern slopes of Siena, in Tuscany, almost on the border with Lazio.
The village of Chiusdino is located on Metallifere Hills, in Tuscany.
The village of Chiusi is famous for its splendid Etruscan remains.
The medieval village, documented since the XII century, of Collodi is tied to the name of Carlo Lorenzini, author of Pinocchio.
Colonnata is a Tuscan village nestled between the peaks of the Apuan Alps and is known throughout the world for its delicious Colonnata lard and its marble quarries.
A picturesque village in the Pistoia Apennines, Cutigliano is one of the most visited villages on the mountain.
The village of Fosdinovo is located in the historical region of Lunigiana, in Tuscany.
The village of Giglio Castello is located in the central part, higher and internal, of the Island of Giglio.
Lucignano is a small village in the Val di Chiana, in Tuscany.
The village of Massa Marittima, in Tuscany, is situated on one of the southern extremities of Colline Metallifere of Grosseto.
The hamlet of Montalcino, famous for the production of Brunello wine, is situated in the territory of the north-west of Monte Amiata, at the end of Val d'Orcia.
The village of Montecarlo stands on the hill of Cerruglio, that dominates the surrounding plains, on horseback between Lucca and the Valdinievole.
The oldest testimony of the small village of Montefioralle, in Tuscany, dates back to 1085.
On the top of a hill, between the Val di Chiana and the Val d'Orcia, there is the evocative stone village of Montefollonico.
Nature and man united to preserve the quality of life and the beauty of the places, in a hamlet and in a land where one cannot go without the other.
Between the Val di Chiana and Val d'Orcia and ancient and long history, Montepulciano has origins from the Etruscan people from the IV century B.C.
The medieval village of Monteriggioni is a part of the so-called the Montagnola Senese.
The village of Montescudaio is located in the Val di Cecina and is part of the Maremma Pisana, in Tuscany.
The village of Murlo, Tuscany, is a tourist center for the presence of the medieval walls, the museum and the cathedral.
The village of Peccioli dominates from the top of its hill in the Valley of the Era, along the directrix that from Volterra leads to Pisa.
The medieval village of Pereta is located near Magliano in Toscana, in the historical region of Maremma.
Pienza is the most popular and important village of the whole Val d'Orcia, in Tuscany.
Pietrasanta, birthplace of Giosuè Carducci, is the capital of Versilia. Perfect for lovers of art, both classic and contemporary.
Piombino, located in the final stretch of the Etruscan Coast, is known for its famous Port.
The village of Pitigliano, in Maremma, is known as the little Jerusalem, for the historical presence of a Jewish community.
Pomarance, in the center of the Val di Cecina, is historically important for the development and exploitation of geothermal energy in the hamlet of Larderello.
The medieval village of Poppi is a rare walled city to the top of the governor among the castle of the Counts Guidi, prototype of Palazzo Vecchio in Florence.
Radda in Chianti
The territory of the village of Radda in Chianti in Tuscany lies entirely in the Chianti Classico.
Radicofani is a village in the Val d'Orcia, in Tuscany, dominated by one of the most spectacular Tuscan fortresses.
Interesting in the low zone of Raggiolo was the presence of forges for the working of iron placed on the creek.
Rosignano Marittimo, in the province of Livorno, is a unique village thanks to the dominant presence of the Castle.
San Casciano dei Bagni
The presence of thermal springs has always characterized the territory of San Casciano dei Bagni, in Tuscany.
the village of San Gimignano, in the Val d'Elsa, in Tuscany is one of the best examples in Europe of urban organization of the medieval age.
Sarteano is a village of historical importance and naturalistic, placed on the buttresses of the Val d'Orcia, in a plateau on the border with the Val di Chiana, in Tuscany.
The village of Scansano, in Tuscany, is located in the historical region of Maremma.
the village of Scarperia, in the Mugello valley, is famous for the production of craft knives.
The Village of Sorano, in Maremma, is defined the Matera of Tuscany.
important Etruscan center, medieval and renaissance, Sovana, in Maremma, counts a little more than a hundred inhabitants.
Red and gray are the colors of the village of Suvereto, of its stones, of paving and the roofing tiles.
The village of Trequanda, in Tuscany, is situated on the border between the Val d'Orcia and the Crete Senesi.
Vinci, Leonardo's birthplace, is located on the slopes of Montalbano, near Florence.
The village of Volterra in Tuscany is famous for the extraction and the working of the alabaster.