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The Capannacce  are located in a strategic place to visit the Tuscan Maremma and the nearby Val d’Orcia.

From the mountains, to the hills, to the sea, there are many experiences to do and the beauties to visit.

Cinigiano

Just five minutes by car is this small village of medieval origins halfway between the sea and the mountains. Enclosed in the rolling hills of the Maremma, it enjoys a beautiful panorama. It represents the heart of the Montecucco DOCG wine area.

Villages and Castles

This area is full of splendid villages, ancient manors and castles. Just 3 km away you can find Castel Porrona one of the most evident examples of fortified castles-farms in Tuscany.

Mount Amiata

With its 1738 meters high, the chestnut woods and the splendid beech forests up to the summit, it is one of the places to visit. During the summer it offers the possibility of excursions, trekking and mountain biking, while in the winter it is a destination for lovers of skiing and snow boarding.

Maremma

Maremma is located in the southernmost part of Tuscany. It is characterized by an uncontaminated and wild nature and by the diversity of the territory: in Maremma it is possible to find sea, hills and mountains. Beautiful seaside resorts such as Castiglione della Pescaia, Punta Ala, Argentario and the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago.

Val d’Orcia

Val d’Orcia is a wide valley located in Tuscany, in the province of Siena, characterized by famous views and ancient villages such as Montalcino, home of Brunello, which is only twenty minutes away by car.

Thermal baths

The volcanic origin of Mount Amiata makes the surrounding area also rich in thermal waters. For lovers of relaxation there are some free-access establishments and springs such as Saturnia, Bagno di San Filippo, Petriolo and Bagno Vignoni.