La provincia di Siena

In the surrounding area of Mille Primavere there is a long series of tourist and natural attractions. The renowned Chianti region has many must-visit villages like Gaiole in Chianti, Greve in Chianti, Radda in Chianti, Castellina in Chianti and all smaller towns and less known San Sano, Love, etc. etc..which can not be missed. Next to San Vincenti there are Benichi Monte, and San Rosennano Gusmè. Do not miss the road of Chianti castles, which includes, among others, Brolio, Apple Orchard, Spaltenna, Cacchiano and many others.


A few miles away from our farm is Abbadia Ombrone, a church dating back to the eleventh century that has evolved over the years to its current form, it is well worth a visit! Proceding towards Siena you can appreciate the Crete Senesi, a masterpiece of nature, rolling hills sloping down which are the essence of the Tuscan countryside, starting from Rapolano Terme and getting to Asciano and Monte Oliveto. In Rapolano Terme there are two spas, Ancient Querciolaia and St. John, which offer a wide range of services.
The city of Siena must be visited because of its ancient almost intact old center, it is really a pearl of the Middle Age! By the way
there is plenty of little gems in the surroundings of Siena such as Pienza, Monteriggioni, Colle Val d'Elsa, San Gimignano and many others.

Montepulciano, Chiusi, Florence, Perugia, Arezzo and Val d'Arno and a lot of real "jewels" of this wonderful land are easily reachable from San Vincenti.

It takes an hour's drive from Mille Primavere to reach Lake Trasimeno, with its attractions and its sailing clubs.

Siena sotto la neve
Vigneto in inverno
Crete in primavera
Siena vista dalla Crete Senesi
Abbazia di Sant'Antimo
Un'alba nei dintorni di Mille Primavere
Un vigneto del Chianti
Tramonto a Montepulciano
Una regata a Passignano sul Trasimeno