Poggio Mori is located in Sarteano, a medieval town between Val di Chiana and Val d’Orcia, a charming area in the district of Siena, rich in history, art, wine and food.


Sarteano is a medieval town and an archaeological area of great interest. Here there are some of the most important Etruscan tombs of Tuscany, among which the Tomb of the Infernal Quadriga is the most fascinating.


Chiusi (10 km), is famous for the Etruscans and their leader Porsenna. The historical centre is on a hill overlooking the Val di Chiana. In the surrounding countryside, there are some Etruscan tombs with painted walls. You can also
visit the Museums, the Churches and the Porsenna’s Labyrinth, the ancient underground aqueduct.

Chianciano Terme

Chianciano Terme (12 km) the territory of the province of Siena is rich in thermal waters. Chianciano waters are known especially for treatments for the liver.

San Casciano dei Bagni

San Casciano dei Bagni (16 km) since ancient times has been known for the abundance of its thermal spring waters.

Bagno Vignoni

Bagno Vignoni  (32 km) is a small spa town in Val d’Orcia, famous for the town square, made of boiling water that flows at 52°C.

Bagni San Filippo

Bagni San Filippo (31 km) from travertine rocks, sulfur thermal waters rich in calcium carbonate gush out, depositing very white tartar, creating spectacular limestone formations.


Montepulciano (25 km),one of the most beautiful town of Italian renaissance, with small squares and alleys that unexpectedly lead to a breathtaking landscape. Climb its steep roads, admire its Renaissance buildings along the
stone street leading to the highest point of the town and here visit the
suggestive square “Piazza Grande”.


Pienza (30 km),was designed by Rossellino, one of the greatest architects of the Renaissance. The project was commissioned by Pope Pius II who wanted to realize ‘The ideal town’. The result of this idea is the elegant town plan, the sumptuous cathedral and the outstanding beauty of the palaces overlooking the main road. Pienza is also famous for cheese “pecorino”.


Montalcino  (50 Km) known for its wine ‘ Brunello’ , is also a beautiful historical town, famous for its majestic fortress and the museum.
Nearby, you can also visit St Antimo Abbey, a magnificent romanesque church, some parts of which are made of onyx and alabaster.


Cetona is a small village situated at 384 mt. a.s.l. at the foot of Mount Cetona (1148 mt), of volcanic origin. During the Middle Ages, it was fortified by Siena.
There are still some remains of those works, such as part of the town wall and one tower of the old fortress You can visit the museum, the old church ‘Collegiata’ and S. Francesco Monastery.

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