At the centre of this beautiful site

Chianciano Terme is located within an area of great artistic beauty and is an extraordinary location the Etruscans once called home. It is situated in central Italy, 10km from the A1 motorway and from the Station of Chiusi and the splendid Val d’Orcia (UNESCO World Heritage Site). Within a few kilometres of the site one can easily reach the Renaissance jewels in the Tuscan crown, such as Pienza and Montepulciano, along with the picturesque villages along the Via Francigena such as San Quirico and Radicofani. Traveling by car, it’s possible to reach Siena, Florence, Rome, Perugia or Assisi in just under an hour, all of which house their own treasures.
Chianciano is at the centre of a great thermal basin; here you can spend a day in total relaxation inside the new Terme Sensoriali thermal baths or to immerse yourself in one of the new pools of the Etruscan Theia site. The area also houses other famous thermal baths, such as the elegant Fonteverde of St. Casciano dei Nagni, the evocative Vignoni Baths and the picturesque natural baths of San Filippo. However, this area is not simply known for its history, culture and wellbeing.
The south of Siena is also famous for its food and wine, you only have to think of the Brunello of Montalcino, or the Pecorino of Pienza, to the Vino Nobile of Montepulciano, to the ‘Cinta Senese’ breed, to the local ‘Picis’ (handmade spaghetti) to the delicious Olive Oils and the entire tradition of Tuscan Cuisine.