Albarese | Parco Naturale delle Maremma


Colline Metallifere

la costa Toscana


Crete Senesi

Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore

Walking in the Crete Senesi



Montagnola Senese

         Walking in the Montagnola senese


Monte Amiata





          Fonti di Siena



Val d'Elsa

Val d'orcia




          San Quirico d'Orcia


          Walking in the Val d'Orcia

Val di Chiana



Valle d'Ombrone









Bagno Vignoni

Bagno Vignoni, hamlet of San Quirico d’Orcia [1]


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Bagno Vignoni, Piazza delle Sorgenti


Bagno Vignoni, l'unica frazione di San Quirico d'Orcia in provincia di Siena.

Known by the Etruscans and Romans - as evidenced by the numerous archaeological finds - this tiny and fascinating town is gathered around an extraordinary thermal pool in the main square, the Piazza dei Sorgenti.
Bagno Vignoni must be a mystic place: the thermal sources of Bagno Vignoni were attended by eminent personalities such as Pope Pius II, Saint Catherine of Siena, Lorenzo the Magnificent and many other artists who had elected the village as their main holiday resort.


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Best Hiking trails in Bagno Vignoni | Percorsi

Bagno Vignoni, a well-kept Mediaeval village, including an extraordinary thermal pool in the main square, the Piazza dei Sorgenti, is one of the most intriguing villages in southern Tuscany and offers some great walking possibilities.

Walking from Montalcino to the Abbey of Sant'Antimo - Piazza dei Sorgenti, Bagno Vignoni | 20 km

Montalcino-Bagno Vignoni
A beautiful scenic walk through the hills of the Val d’Orcia, along several hill-top villages, connected by cypress lined roads that wind through the neatly tended rowsof vineyards and olive groves.
The route starts in Montalcino and continues among the enchanting views of Brunello vineyards and the rolling hills of the Val d'Orcia.
The first attraction of the day is the Abbey of Sant'Antimo, a beautiful and evocative Romanesqu abbey. Constructed of mellow, cream-colored travertine, the abbey was built in the 12th century. The drive along the winding country road leading to the monastery is an incredible pleasure for your eyes: vineyards, olive groves, green hills, isolated farmhouses and a small chapel at Villa a Tolli.

The trail ends at the bus station in Bagno Vignoni, near the pedestrian bridge.

Circular walk | Anello Bagno Vignoni – Vignoni Alto Anello | 9 km, 3 hours

From Bagno Vignoni, there is a nice circular hike that partially follows the Orcia River and then
incorporates the tiny, towered hamlet of Vignoni Alto before again descending into Bagno Vignoni. The route is approximately 9 km and takes 3 hours. For a detailed description, see Gillian Price’s Walking in Tuscany (p 102—5).

Circular walk | Bagno Vignoni, Vignoni, Ripa D’Orcia and Rocca d’Orcia | 17,5 km

The hike from Bagno Vignoni to Rocca d’Orcia is absolutely stunning. The crossing of the Val d'Orcia follows the old Via Cassia for some short stretches but then climbs up to Rocca d’Orcia in a landscape that becomes increasingly wild and solitary.The ascent to Ripa d'Orcia is demanding, but it is rewarded with the beautiful surrounding landscape.

Circular walk Pienza, Cappella Vitaleta and Bagno Vignoni | 27 km


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Bagno Vignoni, chiesa



Bagno Vignoni, Piazza delle Sorgenti, con installazione artistica di Carlo Pizzichini


  Bagno Vignoni, Parco dei Mulini
La vasca termale e il Palazzo Rossellino nella piazza di Bagno Vignoni   VignoniBagnoVignoniPanoramaVignoni   Bagno Vignoni, Parco dei Mulini
La vasca termale e il Palazzo Rossellino nella piazza di Bagno Vignoni



Bagno Vignoni, Parco dei Mulini


[1] Foto di Luca Aless, licenziato in base ai termini della licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione-Condividi allo stesso modo 4.0 Internazionale

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