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Agriturismo La Casellina is located in the street of the famous Cypress Curves of Monticchiello. We are precisely the farm framed by the typical Tuscan hairpin bends and by the symbolic tree: peculiar elements that have transported us around the world in the numerous photos, advertisements and films.

By staying with us, you will live immersed in a beautiful and very famous, but strongly authentic landscape. Our farm has existed for centuries and our family has handed down the work of the fields for generations, respecting this uncontaminated nature.

In the heart of the Val d'Orcia

Monticchiello, hamlet of Pienza

a few minutes from the medieval village, with walls and keep still intact.

the poor theater experience is strongly recommended.

Agriturismo La Casellina is located in a panoramic position, less than 1 km from the medieval village of Monticchiello, a hamlet of Pienza. From our farmhouse you can quickly reach villages of great artistic and scenic beauty such as Pienza, Montepulciano, San Quirico, Montalcino, Cortona, and the places of Bagno Vignoni and Bagni San Filippo, known for their thermal waters.
Pienza Originally "Castle of Corsignano", it took its name in honor of Pope Pius II Piccolomini, who initiated, in the second half of the 15th century, the restructuring with which the utopian image of city ideal. The whole village is a small jewel to visit, with particular attention to the Cathedral, Palazzo Piccolomini and the Diocesan Museum. Of great interest is the Pieve di Corsignano, a few minutes away.
Montepulciano The town, which has been called the "Pearl of the 16th century" for its artistic and architectural remains, retains its beauty intact. Worth seeing is the splendid Piazza Grande with the Cathedral with its incomplete façade and the Palazzo Comunale; all around Renaissance palaces. In the valley below the town, in an unforgettable panorama, the elegant bulk of the Temple of San Biagio stands out.
Furthermore, just a few minutes from us, we recommend visiting the Gardens of the Farm La Foce, a historic residence built in the late 15th century and inhabited since 1924 by Antonio and Iris Origo. Exceptional example of an Italian garden, each element fits perfectly with the surrounding nature.