Montepulciano is a historic, walled hill-top village with hotels, bed & breakfast, and apartments within the walls. There is ample nearby parking to access your accommodation without long walking. From your historic center accommodation, you have access to the restaurants and shops, all within walking distance.
The countryside surrounding Montepulciano has dozens of Agriturismo, which are historic farm houses situated in the countryside of Montepulciano.
Torre is Italian for tower, and Torrita takes its name from the fact that it is a fortified town.
However, this defensive role is now consigned to distant history, a time of sieges, attacks and counter-attacks, and the need to defend the people. Even today, Torrita is embraced by its defensive walls. The sheltered old town centre jealously guards a way of life that, along the narrow labyrinthine streets, continues to flow at a rhythm that has seemingly been forgotten outside these walls.
Access to the old town can be gained through four gates: Porta Gavina, Porta a Sole, Porta a Pago and Porta Nova. Once within the walls, visitors are free to roam at leisure, wandering the streets, changing direction on a whim, safe in the knowledge that they will eventually end up in the town's hub: piazza Matteotti, with its 13th century Town Hall, and the Sante Flora e Lucilla church. Visitors to the church can admire a marble bas-relief, "Il sangue del Redentore", attributed to Donatello.
There is an abundance of crafts workshops, where visitors can pick up souvenirs that really encapsulate something of the town, the fruits of the rich local heritage of skill and craftsmanship, exemplifying how insubstantial the fine line between art and artisan can be. Other popular souvenirs include the excellent local cheeses and cured meats, of which the town is justifiably proud.
A few kilometres away lies the medieval hamlet of Montefollonico, where the ancient and vital tradition of producing Vin Santo continues to this day, resulting in a dessert wine that is appreciated by connoisseurs from all over the world.
Hotels: Hotels offer breakfast buffet. The hotel rooms do not have kitchenettes. There is daily housekeeping of your room at a hotel. Hotels often do offer a restaurant that serves lunch and dinner.
Agriturismo: Farmhouses, located in the countryside of Montepulciano, offer 3-15 rooms and apartments on their property. Each of the units varies in layout and size and is named or numbered. Each agriturismo apartment has a private small kitchenette unit with fridge, stove, water boiler, toaster, sink, plates, glasses, utensils plus a dining area. Agriturismo rooms do not have the kitchenette units. Breakfast buffet is not offered in Agriturismo. You will need to go grocery shopping and prepare your own breakfast and clean the dishes. There is no daily housekeeping of your unit, the cleaning is at the end of your stay to prepare for the next guest. Agriturismo provides one set of towels for the duration of your stay. All the units of the Agriturismo have access to the property's shared garden.
Any rates listed below are indicative, please contact the property to obtain a quote for your stay. The above descriptions of properties are indicative, for exact description of the hotel or agriturismo and its respective services, please refer to the property website or contact the property directly.
For booking, we recommend contacting the property directly. You will get the best price possible by booking directly with the property. Phone numbers and email addresses are provided below. The agriturismo are accustomed to receiving foreign guests on a regular basis. Otherwise, you can also search for the properties on booking.com - nearly all the accommodation options in Montepulciano are also listed on booking.com to facilitate the booking process for you.