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Accommodations San Casciano dei Bagni

San Casciano dei Bagni accommodations with selected charming farmhouses and hotels for your stay in San Casciano dei Bagni, Siena.


    • Montepulciano (Siena)
    • 28 km from San Casciano dei Bagni

    Agriturismo le Caggiole

    Immersed in the verdant countryside around the noble town of Montepulciano, that boasts ancient Etruscan origins, Le Caggiole Estate is perfectly located for exploring Tuscany's most prized treasures.

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    • Why to chose it:

      • Wellness
      • Cooking Classes
      • Food & Wine tasting


    • Siena (Siena)
    • 69 km from San Casciano dei Bagni

    Agriturismo Marciano

    Agriturimo Marciano : an exlusive opportunity, two holidays at the place of only one. stay in the country and life downtown. Marciano is located near the walls of the Middle Age town of Siena.

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    • Why to chose it:

      • Restaurant
      • Cooking Classes
      • Food & Wine tasting



San Casciano dei Bagni: discover the surroundings

  • San Casciano dei Bagni San Casciano dei Bagni
    The urban shape of San Casciano dei Bagni naturally traces a route that gently accompanies you during your discovering of the most beautiful corners.
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  • Cetona Cetona (10 km)
    The first mention of Cetona is found as a "Castle" between 1207 and 1241 in the estate of Count Ildebrandino, but subject to the sovreignty of the Commune of Orvieto.
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  • Sarteano Sarteano (13 km)
    Under the influence of Chiusi, the most powerful city of the Etruscan League, the area of Sarteano had been living a period of development since the remotest times.
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  • Chianciano Terme Chianciano Terme (21 km)
    There is the thermal Chianciano, with parks and avenues, hotels and shops, but it also exists the original core of the town, the so called paese.
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  • Sorano Sorano (25 km)
    Entering the territory of Sorano from the surrounding plains, you feel as though you have entered another world.
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  • Castiglione d'Orcia Castiglione d'Orcia (25 km)
    Sets on the summit of a back not too far from the Cassia, Castiglione of Orcia it is a small predominantly agricultural and handicraft center.
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  • Montepulciano Montepulciano (26 km)
    The city of Montepulciano as very particular configuration: it is constructed along a geological ridge running down from the highest point.
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  • Amiata mountain Amiata mountain (28 km)
    The Amiata is the mountain. That that each of us has probably imagined in own imagination.
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  • Pienza Pienza (28 km)
    Pienza, small jewel of the Renaissance in the heart in Tuscany, in the province in Siena, to the center of one of the most beautiful zones in Italy and richer than treasures of art.
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  • Bagno Vignoni Bagno Vignoni (30 km)
    Bagno Vignoni name derives from Vignoni, castle already known in the XI century, whose traces dominate the high ground above the suburb, and from the thermal waters used since the Roman epoch.
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  • San Quirico d'Orcia San Quirico d'Orcia (30 km)
    San Quirico is Etruscan in origin, and cinerary urns and other funeral objects and vessels found here are now kept in the Etruscan archeological museum in Siena.
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  • Pitigliano Pitigliano (31 km)
    The area of Pitigliano and far to the south of Rome is characterised by tuff stone, a hardened type of volcanic magma.
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  • Roccalbegna Roccalbegna (32 km)
    The town of Roccalbegna is in the province of Grosseto at 520 m of altitude and it has a population of about 1200 inhabitants.
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  • Torrita di Siena Torrita di Siena (34 km)
    The first historical records referring to Torrita di Siena date back to the 11th century when the name appears in an Amiata legal code of the year 1037.
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  • Montalcino Montalcino (38 km)
    Montalcino rises in the heart of southern Tuscany. In the Middle Age the territory of Montalcino was divided between four ecclesiastical areas: Arezzo, Chiusi, Grosseto and Siena.
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  • Sant'Antimo abbey Sant'Antimo abbey (38 km)
    However the abbey of Sant'Antimo existed in the year 814 as it testifies a diploma of Ludovico the Pious one that enriches the abbey of gifts and privileges.
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