A unique panorama of the Val d’ Orcia Natural Park, Art, history and a particular attention to health and well-being: these are just some of the things that the Casanova has to offer. Situated in the paradise of the Tuscan hills in the province of Siena, the first thing you will notice on arrival is the overwhelming 180° view of the Val d’ Orcia which takes in the towns of Pienza, Radicofani and Montalcino and an absolute sense of peace and tranquillity. The Casanova is near the old mediaeval village of San Quirico
d’ Orcia which in the past was a stopping off point for Popes and their legates journeying towards Rome along the ancient via "Francigena".
Casanova is a typical Tuscan construction which promotes a perfect equilibrium between art and nature. The surrounding countryside is in continual change, following the timeless march of the seasons and agriculture. In this way, visitors to the area at different times of the year will discover constantly transformed scenery whose colours may vary from the golden yellow of the summer to the bright green of the spring and the thousands of shades of red and brown which characterise autumn.