An hour’s drive from Siena, the Orcia Wine Trail passes the charming hamlet of Castiglione d’Orcia in the UNESCO World Heritage region of Val d’Orcia. The town is dominated by its unusual-shaped castle called the Rocca a Tintin Nano with breathtaking views of Tuscany’s iconic cypress trees and olive groves.

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On the move

The local certified DOP terra di Siena Extra Olive Oil is packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties which is good news, because there’s adventure to be had in the saddle. Cycling is the best way to enjoy the 70 wine producers along the trail and organic, bio-dynamic produce like white truffles, saffron and pecorino cheese.

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Staying still

From the beautiful scenery and idyllic villages to some of the best food in Italy there’s plenty to draw you in.

Tuscany’s wine history can be traced back as far as the fifth century BC. Warm, temperate coastal areas are contrasted by hilly inland areas where the temperature variation helps to maintain the grapes’ perfect balance of sugars, acidity and aromatics.

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Sleeping soundly

Purescapes always works with luxury, eco-conscious accommodation in areas of outstanding beauty, usually with spa and/or fitness amenities. Guests will enjoy a speciality created menu from a private chef to support the training and wellbeing programme. Please contact us for further information about this accommodation and our programs.

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