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Il Borgo di Terrensano is located in a strategic position about 5 km away from the historic center of Siena, a city declared World Heritage Site in 1995 by UNESCO and famous worldwide for the Palio, for its historical and artistic attractions and cultural value such as Piazza del Campo, the Duomo, the Torre del Mangia and the Baptistery.

Staying in the immediate vicinity of the village, a few steps from the most famous tourist routes, you will still have the opportunity to get to know an exclusive but still little known territory and to discover the landscapes of the Tuscan countryside.

Staying at the Borgo you will in fact have the opportunity to go hiking, horseback riding or bike riding on the famous Via Francigena, in between the green hills of Siena and through vineyards, olive groves and centuries-old holm oaks, reaching the historic Castle of Belcaro, a fortified construction built around to 1190.

Staying at the Borgo means experiencing a unique experience in close contact with nature and the traditions of the past, but not only: if you want to spend a 360 ° holiday in the surroundings you will find other internationally renowned areas within easy reach such as Chianti and its vineyards , the medieval villages of Val d’Elsa, the clayey lands of the Crete Senesi and the natural beauties of the Val D’Orcia.



Siena, city in Tuscany, central Italy, stands out for its medieval brick buildings. Piazza del Campo, the central square with a characteristic fan shape, is home to the Palazzo Pubblico (the Gothic-style town hall) and the Torre del Mangia, a slender 14th-century tower from whose white battlements you can enjoy a wonderful view. The seventeen historic districts (contrade) extend all around the square.


Montalcino is an Italian town of 5 920 inhabitants in the province of Siena in Tuscany. It is a place known for the production of Brunello wine, among the best in the world.



Montepulciano is a medieval town in the hills of Tuscany, in Italy. Surrounded by vineyards, it is known for its red Nobile wine. The Pulcinella Tower is a clock tower surmounted by Pulcinella, one of the figures of the commedia dell’arte. Piazza Grande houses the Palazzo Comunale of the fourteenth century, with a tower that offers a view of the surrounding countryside, and the Duomo, which exhibits a huge triptych on the altar.


Pienza is an Italian town of 2 091 inhabitants in the province of Siena in Tuscany. It is probably the most renowned and most important artistic center of the whole Val d’Orcia. It is not very far from the Cassia national road and the other two important centers of the valley, San Quirico d’Orcia and Castiglione d’Orcia. The historic center was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. Pienza is particularly famous for its pecorino cheese.


A valley of cultural and natural heritage, in the middle of the Tuscan hill landscape with Renaissance sites and renovated vineyards.