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The Weather in Val d'Orcia
Above are the weather conditions for Val d'Orcia. July is the warmest month in Val d'Orcia with average maximum temperatures of 89°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 37°. It may rain 13 days in February while it typically rains only 3 days in August.
Discover Tuscany's secret springs with a Val d'Orcia vacation home
Opting for a villa in the UNESCO-protected Val d'Orcia situates you among the rolling hills of the Tuscan countryside and the sublime scenes that inspired masterpieces of the Sienna school. The area's unique ecosystem and rich cultural history are yours to discover.
Tuscany's top ingredients
The sweeping Tuscan hills are fecund with luscious grapes and flowing with famous wines. Try celebrated vintages Brunello and Val d'Orcia DOC on a wine tour.
Try the delicious Cacio Pecorino cheese, produced in Pienza using sheep's milk. Drizzle fruity olive oil on salads and fresh pasta, and dine on the region's specialties, including mushrooms, truffles, and chestnuts. On a sweet note, Val d'Orcia honey is a celebrated regional export not to be missed.
Ancient abbeys and Renaissance castles
Time seems to stand still in the pastoral town of Pienza, which is home to the majestic Palazzo Piccolomini and the fortress at Castiglion d'Orcia. The impressive hilltop town of Radicofani comes complete with a castle.
Visit the fortified hilltop city of Montalcino for its Abbey of Sant'Antimo. Among ancient olive trees and farmhouses, a winding road leads up to the 12th-century edifice. According to local legend, the abbey was founded by Charlemagne in 781.
Hot springs and history
When you stay at a Val d’Orcia vacation rental, you’ll be between the ancient Roman Via Cassia and the Franconian Trail, which has been followed by pilgrims for hundreds of years. Siena is considered one of the finest medieval cities in Italy. Its central piazza hosts a bi-annual horse race, while the city's Peace Palace houses masterpieces of medieval and Renaissance art.
After exploring the region's abbeys and castles, why not relax at a traditional thermal bath? Bagno Vignoni is especially luxurious, and the incredible beauty of the relatively unknown Bagni di San Filippo hot springs is not to be missed.
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