Where we are

The small clear stream, the beautiful olive trees, the small village, which has remained over time to dominate the valley of the river Era, surround the restored rustic houses and apartments of Casa Vaiano. Our guests will plunge in an uncontaminated area, a treasure chest of 100 hectares of green at 450 meters above sea level, less than 17 km from the Etruscan Volterra, 17km from the medieval San Gimignano, 60km from Pisa (Galileo Galilei airport), 55 km from Florence (Peretola airport) and 50 km from Siena.



Located along the river Arno in the north-western region of Tuscany, the city of Pisa has several testimonies of the splendor of the past. Just mention its famous leaning tower of Piazza Campo dei Miracoli with the Baptistery and the Cathedral, and of course the medieval old town. The centre is also animated by numerous bars and restaurants set in a setting of Romanesque buildings, Gothic churches and Renaissance squares.


The city, renowned for the extraction and processing of alabaster, preserves a remarkable historical center of Etruscan origin, with artistic and monumental evidence of great importance: the Porta all’Arco; the Porta Diana, most of the city walls, The Etruscan Acropolis, Roman ruins (among them the hemicycle theatre) and medieval buildings such as the Cathedral, the Medici Fortress, and the Palazzo dei Priori on the homonymous square, nerve center of the town.


The historic center of Siena has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is known worldwide for the Palio, held every year on July 2 and August 16. The heart of the city is Piazza del Campo, with its unmistakable shell shape, from which you can admire the Torre del Mangia. Not to be missed are also the splendid Gothic buildings such as the Duomo and Palazzo Pubblico, and the numerous churches of the city


Surrounded by beautiful hills and built around the river Arno, Florence offers a world of art, culture, and excellent food and wine. No adjective can adequately describe Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance. Often described as an open-air museum, a magnificent mix of art and architectural treasures, it boasts wonderful attractions such as Piazza Della Signoria, the Duomo, and Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti, and the Uffizi Gallery.

San Gimignano

San Gimignano, a small fortified town halfway between Florence and Siena, is famous for its architecture and its beautiful medieval towers that make the profile of the city truly. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1990, San Gimignano is one of the small pearls of the province of Siena and also offers excellent local products such as saffron and whithe wine called Vernaccia di San Gimignano


In the heart of Tuscany, between Florence, Siena, and Arezzo, we find the Chianti, a charming hilly area, known in the world thanks to its prestigious wine. A succession of hills, villages where time has stopped, fortresses, churches, and country houses: a suggestive and rich nature not only of beauty and history but also of unique and inimitable products. During the year the villages and villages come alive with parties and events related to traditions, history, and culture of wine and good food.