May 9, 2018 0 Comments Travel

When in Tuscany…

Tuscany… A magical word that takes us directly to endless green meadows, trails bordered by Italian cypresses and medieval villages lost in time. As if that wasn’t enough, here you will find some of the best wines and olive oil of the country. Sounds like the place to be doesn’t it?

So come with us!

Exploring Val d’Orcia

It’s in Val d’Orcia that you can find that picture perfect Tuscany nested in your mind: a big villa in the middle of green vineyards as far as the eye can see.

No more than a short drive away you can discover picturesque little towns like Pienza, Montepulciano or Montalcino. Beautiful narrow streets, fortresses as old as time and panoramic views are on the menu.

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And talking about menus… did you know that pecorino cheese comes from Pienza? And that the famous Brunello vineyards are just next to Montalcino? Starts sounding like a plan!

And to finalize this medieval itinerary, we suggest a visit to the Abbey of Sant’Antimo followed by a relaxing bath in one of the most beautiful thermal baths of the region: Bagno Vignoni or Bagni di San Filippo

Living Tuscany to the fullest

Prepare yourself to pull the plug and disconnect from the outside world in ADLER THERMAE Spa & Relax Resort****. Here, a luxurious but intimate environment awaits you. A combination of untouched nature, excellent food, and a unique thermal spa make this resort a top choice when in Tuscany.

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A real taste of Italy

Besides the wine, Val d’Orcia is also home to a premium olive oil. The characteristics of the soil represent the perfect habitat for olive trees. Just next to Adler Resort, the AETOS Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil is produced. Go give it a try!

Excellent from the taste and organoleptic point of view, allied to health, AETOS Olive Oil is perfect to accompany bread, enrich dishes, and also in desserts.

Val d’Orcia is such a small part of Tuscany but it has so much to offer. Set a date and head to this enchanted retreat. The only downside is that you’ll be wanting to go back as soon as you leave.


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