Culture and nature combine in the Tuscan countryside

All the beauty of Chianti

Canto alla Moraia is deep in the area of Chianti which was birthplace to the Renaissance and still today delights visitors with its timeless beauty.

Sweeping views, Renaissance cities and Medieval villages, and the soft colors and flowing lines to which Michelangelo, native of these hills, attributed his artistic inspiration: in an area not more than 50 square kilometers surrounding Canto Alla Moraia, there is an incredible density of artistic and cultural treasures just waiting to be discovered.

Terrace view over Chianti

Discover the Renaissance

On the Art Trail

Renaissance cities and hidden hamlets

Wandering Tuscany

Canto alla Moraia far from traffic noise and city bustle, instead located in the heart of the most unique artistic and cultural centers of the world. In less than an hour by car, covering an area of just 50 square kilometers, guests can visit Florence (accessible by train from nearby Montevarchi, so close it's almost a commuter route), Fiesole, Siena, Arezzo, Monte San Savino, Cortona, Pienza, Sansepolcro, Città di Castello, Anghiari, the Franciscan sanctuary of La Verna, and the hermitage at Camaldoli.

Also, the Prada outlet is just 15 kilometers away and the Gucci outlet just 30 kilometers away (because in Italy, even fashion is considered art!).

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