The hamlet consists of two stony roads, two churches, a castle, a quaint little store and a number of smaller houses that look out across rolling fields and patches of woodland towards the reassuring outline of Mount Amiata, a visual point of reference for many miles around. The muted pinks, beiges and pale ochers of the ancient walls perfectly harmonize with the palette of the “Crete Senesi”, the Sienese Claylands whose rich, pliant soil forms the body of those warm-hued terracotta pots and urns that are a feature of the area.


  • Reception inside (max 30 people) or outside
  • Symbolic ceremony
  • Apartments in borgo 4 (max 28 people)
  • Rooms in farmhouse 3 (max 7 people)
  • Swimming Pool