Castellina in Chianti is the ideal destination to spend your holidays in the pursuit of relaxation and good taste. Its geographical location is strategic as it is only a few kilometers from the most important cities in Tuscany, during the autumn the streets of the town come alive with tourists to discover the new Chianti Classico wine and the first pressing of the excellent extra virgin olive oil. .
Siena (km 15) city of the Palio where every 2nd July and 16th August the famous horse race takes place in Piazza del Campo.
Florence (km 35) Renaissance city famous for its countless works of art and folkloristic attractions (historical football).
San Gimignano (km 20) a UNESCO heritage city, unique in the world for having preserved its medieval towers intact.
Monteriggioni (km 10) a small medieval castle, where you can walk over real medieval walls while admiring a breathtaking view of Chianti, during the month of July there is the medieval historical re-enactment.
Colle Val d’Elsa (km 16) small medieval town, renowned all over the world for its crystal processing where some ovens still continue the ancient processing of mouth-blown crystal, walking along its alleys it seems that time has not passed .
Also a few kilometers away, it is possible to visit the Valdorcia, a UNESCO heritage site for its enchanting hills rich in history.
In the immediate surroundings of Castellina there are countless destinations to discover, first of all the wonderful area of Chianti Classico famous for the production of the homonymous wine, full of medieval castles that can be visited, with many small charming villages including Radda in Chianti, Greve in Chianti, Gaiole in Chianti, Panzano and many others.