Agriturismo Santa Margherita is at the center of a vast natural countryside of rolling hills and farmland, with culture and art in nearby centers, including cities such as Perugia, Assisi, Todi, Gubbio, Orvieto in Umbria, Arezzo, Siena, Cortona, Chiusi, Cetona, Pienza and Montepulciano in Tuscany – you can reach them all in less than an hour.

Bagno Vignoni

TERME: One of the most well-know thermal bath in Italy is situated 15 km from the farmhouse, it is CHIANCIANO TERME, whose waters flow from four springs with different mineralization. It is possible to choose among many treatments among which the balneotherapy, inrigations, inhalations and the application of thermal mud baths. Remember also BAGNO VIGNONI, located on a tableland at an altitute of 300 metres, whose thermal waters, that flow at 52°, were already frequented by Caterina da Siena and Lorenzo il Magnifico. Other thermal baths: BAGNI SAN FILIPPO TERME, BAGNI SAN CASCIANO TERME, BAGNI RAPOLANO TERME.

Museo Arch. di Chiusi

MUSEUM: Tuscany, land of art and history, is rich in museums:

Chiusi Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Museo della Cattedrale e Cunicoli Etruschi;

MontepulcianoMuseo Civico, Pinacoteca “P.F. Crociani”;

MontalcinoMusei Civico e Diocesano d’Arte Sacra;

PienzaMuseo Diocesano, Museo di Palazzo Piccolomini;

Arezzo Museo Civico;

PerugiaMuseo Archeologico Nazionale dell’Umbria.


PROMENADES AND EXCURSIONS: The very privileged position of the farmhouse offers many interesting routes to discover. These areas, indeed, faunally protected, are populated by pheasants, hares, bucks and many other animals. Some itineraries can be travelled over on food or by bicycle, others by car along white roads that lead to ancient Pievi and medieval towns, as the route from Montepuciano to Monticchiello.


THE WINE AND TASTE ROAD: The wine lovers have at their disposal many itineraries, or there are many trips that can be organized, looking for history, good food and nature. A few kilometres away, places like Pienza, Montalcino, Bagno Vignoni, Siena, Cortona, Monticchiello… can be visited.

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