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Farm Holidays near Siena with apartments and pool for your holiday in Tuscany

Farm Holidays near Siena

Agriturismo Siena Farm Holidays La Nicchia is 12 km away from Siena, and is situated in beautiful surroundings of the hills of the Chianti Classico region.
You can see a view of the city of Siena from the pool of the garden. La Nicchia offers you a taste of the traditional rural Tuscan living where you are welcomed with to enjoy the beautiful flavor of the wines of Chianti.

Agriturismo Siena From La Nicchia you can explore the surrounding area with its Abbeys and the Crete Senesi landscape discovering the Chianti region with historic castles and old Romanesque churches ending with a visit of the beautiful town of Siena.
La Nicchia offers a holiday tour opportunity that will put you in touch with nature among vineyards and olives walking through the hills of Siena and a full immersion in the medieval history and in the beauty and art of Siena city.
In farmholidays is available Wi-Fi network to use the Internet.

Accommodations

Siena
  • Farm Holidays near Siena

    You can easily visit Siena by foot. To see: Piazza del Campo with the Tower of Mangia, the Cathedral and its works of Michelangelo and Donatello, the Museum of Opera Metropolitana, Palazzo Chigi Saracini, the Museo Civico and the Public Palace, Santa Maria della Scala Museum, the di Santa Caterina Sanctuary. The 2nd of July and the 16th of August you can also experience the Palio.

Chianti
  • Agriturismo in Chianti

    The name Chianti is famous because of the wine. But Chianti is not only famous for wine but also the beautiful land with mediaeval villages and castles, a territory where you can taste wine directly in the numerous farms and where you can appreciate the good cooking and the historic villages and little hamlets.

Crete Senesi
  • Agriturismo close to Crete Senesi

    Crete senesi translates literally to mean the 'Senese clay', and the distinctive grey color of the soil gives the landscape an appearance often described as lunar. This characteristic clay, represents the sediments of the Pliocene sea which covered the area between 2.5 and 4.5 million years ago. Here you will also find the Cypress trees surrounding the fields of clay, in which graze flocks of sheep, whose milk we get our famous and delicious pecorino cheese.