Val D'Orcia: handpicked hotels and insider tips

Casa di Bacco

Montepulciano

Borgo Santo Pietro Relais

Chiusdino

From € 595.00

Siena House

Torrita di Siena

Relais San Sanino

Montefollonico

From € 390.00

Casa Fabbrini

San Casciano dei Bagni

From € 207.00

Pieve a Pava

San Giovanni d'Asso

From € 330.00

La Casa di Adelina

Monticchiello, Pienza

From € 97.00

Villa Cicolina

Montepulciano

From € 160.00

Borgo Casa Bianca

Asciano

From € 152.00

Locanda dell'Artista

San Gimignano

Borgo Tepolini

Castel del Piano

Adler Thermae

San Quirico d'Orcia

Locanda dell'Amorosa

Sinalunga

From € 280.00

Montorio

Montepulciano

Follonico 4-Suite

Torrita di Siena

From € 180.00

Locanda del Loggiato

Bagno Vignoni

Aia Mattonata Relais

Siena

From € 175.00

Locanda di San Francesco

Montepulciano

From € 165.00

Villa Poggiano

Montepulciano

From € 219.00

Hotel Palazzo del Capitano...

San Quirico d'Orcia

From € 97.00

Borgo Lucignanello

San Giovanni d'Asso

From € 118.15

Tenuta Villa Rocchi

Torrita di Siena

Travel ideas

Val D'Orcia: introduction

Val D'Orcia Hotel

Village traditions which have long since disappeared from other areas are perpetuated in this region on the borders of Tuscany. The economy of Val D'Orcia is still based on agriculture, with the inhabitants closely connected to the land and its produce.

This is a marvelous landscape of hills, fields, and streams, with rich clay and tufa soils, similar to the Sienese landscape which enchanted painters, writers and travelers alike. The people of the Val D'Orcia area have resisted the pressures of progress and retained the traditions of the region, particularly that of hospitality, which was offered to visitors particularly during the time the great pilgrimages.

Well worth visiting: the villages of Castelmuzio, Castiglione D'Orcia, Montefollonico, Monte Oliveto, Montichiello, Petrolio, Radicofoni and Bagno Vignoni. The Church of St Anna, the Church of St Antimo and the Church of Spedaletto are all beautiful. There are many routes to be followed on foot or on bike. The most important event has to be the Festival of Val D'Orcia.

Val D'Orcia: suggestions from the hotels

Angelica Piccolomini Bandini

(proprietaria)

Borgo Lucignanello

Historical Residences

Angelica Piccolomini Bandini

Amazing views of the Tuscan hills; delicious local dishes combined with Brunello wine from Montalcino; plenty of art and history in all its villages. Welcome to this stunning region between the Orcia Valley and the Crete Senesi! (Borgo Lucignanello) →

Antonino de Pasquale

(Proprietario)

Borgo Tepolini

Bed & Breakfast

Antonino de Pasquale

Castel del Piano - Emerging Rural Destination - Winner of 3 awards Eden Project for European Destinations of Excellence: between the slopes of the Amiata and the gentle valleys of the Val d'Orcia. Art, culture, welfare and good food. (Borgo Tepolini) →

Fabio Firli

(Owner)

Follonico 4-Suite

Bed & Breakfast

Fabio Firli

Quality of living, tasting of small local produce, 2 of the most prestigious wine in the world, medieval hamlets, breath taking views. (Follonico 4-Suite) →

Val D'Orcia: places to see in the area