An innovative set of accommodations, aimed at hosting different types of tourism, to experience the emotion in a place where man and nature merge in harmony, surrounded by the warmth of a family atmosphere. "Borgo delle More" is an ancient Tuscan village surrounded by the prestigious vineyards of the Nobile wine for relaxing holidays. Just 5 km from the center of Montepulciano, surrounded by prestigious vineyards, there is this typical Sienese farm. Converted into a holiday center in the agricultural context, it is made up of apartments of different types, which maintain the right human-space relationship, respect for the surrounding environment, rigorous maintenance of the main features of the original structure. "Poggio Olivo" is a holiday home that brings together the notes of a flavor and a time gone by in a magical atmosphere. Embraced and protected by the Polizian hills "Poggio Olivo" dominates the Val di Chiana. The cottage is surrounded by an olive grove and a large park with swimming pool (12m x 6m), with paths, walkways and a small square beyond that to an area intended for parking. To this is added the wonderful hilly position that makes "Poggio Olivo" the ideal place to relax in front of an excellent panoramic view.
The two-room apartments have: living room with kitchenette and two single or one double sofa beds, double bedroom, private bathroom, air conditioning (supplement of € 9.00 per apartment per night to be paid locally), telephone, television, wi-fi internet connection, hairdryer.
Reception (9.00-13.00 / 15.00-18.00), bar, garden, terrace, parking, playground (at Borgo deel More), outdoor swimming pool with sun beds, bicycle rental.
Small pets allowed upon notification at the time of booking. A supplement of € 60 per stay is payable locally.
Check in: from 15.00 to 18.00
Check out: from 08.30 to 10.00
Montepulciano and surroundings
On the ridge that divides the Val D'Orcia from the Valdichiana, rises - on a limestone hill - Montepulciano. This beautiful Renaissance village, with a medieval layout, is immersed in a postcard landscape, which in any direction goes beyond the most classic and widespread idea of the Tuscan countryside, the one where waves of hills and golden fields dotted with cypresses chase each other. The best way to discover the elegant historic center is to walk it through Porta al Prato, in the lower part of the city, in order to follow the course, which leads to the top of the hill, with Piazza Grande. It will be a succession of imposing buildings Renaissance, craft shops, churches with splendid facades and with even more beautiful and interesting interiors. Then, as mentioned, here is Piazza Grande, which is also the epicenter of many cultural events of international importance. Piazza Grande is dominated by the beautiful tower and the Gothic facade of the Town Hall. Opposite the town hall is the Duomo, dating from the late 16th century. But despite the indisputable beauty, Montepulciano is internationally known also for its Vino Nobile, one of the most appreciated Tuscan wines in the world, obtained by pressing the grapes from the vineyards surrounding the village. Do not miss a visit to one of the monumental cellars. Many of these have architectural features that can arouse the interest not only of wine lovers, but also of those who are simply passionate about beauty, the fascinating, places that can arouse emotions. Going back to the historic center, just below the city walls it is possible to admire the beautiful temple of the Madonna di San Biagio (of which the 500th anniversary of its foundation was celebrated in 2018), a Renaissance work by Antonio da Sangallo the Elder.