Nature Lovers

Those who love nature can have long walks or go Mountain Biking (you can rent the bikes here, if you want) around the “Parco Artistico Naturale e Culturale della Val d'Orcia” (UNESCO protect site) where the farm is situated.

Look for plants, animals in their natural habitat and walk across the villages of Via Francigena, to the Monte Amiata's slopes.

Guests can watch the farm activities over the 4 seasons: the sowing of cereals, the harvests of cereals, olives and grapes. The panoramic swimming pool in front of Val d'Orcia and the Monte Amiata let the guests relax in front of one of the most beatiful views of the world.

Terrapille is a famous spot for artists, painters, poets and writers. Ridley Scott used the road to Terrapille to film some scenes from his famous "The Gladiator".

Tuscany Cuisine Lovers

The Landlady, by request, organizes typical Tuscany Cuisine Cooking Classes (for small groups of at least 8 people).
In a very typical and familiar location you will be able to discover the secrets of traditional Tuscany recipes.

Tasting and Typical Products

Taste the farm products, like wine, biological extravirgin olive oil, pecorino cheese and other specialties.

You can enjoy fresh and handmade typical Italy and Tuscany food (advance booking required).
Book a Dinner in Terrapille, exclusively for guests, and taste our dishes:

  • Handmade "Pici" with duck sauce, all'aglione (tomato and garlic sauce), cacio e pepe (cheese and pepper)
  • Handmade Pappardelle with rabbit or boar meat or vegetables sauce
  • Beans, chickpeas, spelt soup
  • Ribollita with our garden vegetables, white beans and spring onions
  • Barbecue Meat
  • Fiorentina Steak
  • Coniglio in porchetta (rabbit on the hoven with lard)
  • Faraona alle olive (wild chicken with olives)
  • Duck with orange or olives
  • Scottiglia (Boiled meat soup)
  • Cacciagione (Wild animals meat)
  • Side dishes with season vegetables from our garden
  • Homemade Cakes

Art & Good Wine Lovers

Art & Good Wine Lovers cannot miss:

  • Pienza
    “Utopia” town, wanted by the Pope Pio II and pearl of the Italian Renaissance (1,5 km)

  • Montepulciano
    Medieval and Renaissence town, home of the wine “Nobile” di Montepulciano (12 km)

  • Montalcino
    Medieval castle, with its Brunello, one of the most famous wines in the world (25 Km)

  • Bagno Vignoni
    with ancient Roman thermal baths (7 Km)

And in about an hour by car:
Siena, Arezzo, Perugia, Firenze, Cortona, Orvieto, Assisi