Rome and Florence are the main airports, which are within a two hours' drive away. Rome offers intercontinental flights, whereas to fly into Florence you need to connect via one of the European hubs. Florence has the added value of being a smaller and more manageable airport.
Perugia, one hour away, low cost companies offer interesting connections to many European and Italian cities, and the offer increases yearly. Worth looking into.
Pisa is about two and a half hours away, but is certainly the airport best connected around Europe.
Le Piazze is the village closest to Camporsevoli, 3 km down the hill from the hamlet and 2km from Poderino and Le Capanne. Nearest Village
It offers all basic needs one might require, such as:
- A small but well stocked Coop grocery store
- A wonderful butcher (one of the best in Tuscany) where also a variety of things are prepared ready-to-eat daily and on order, Massimo Garofani
- A bank with ATM cash machine
- a pharmacy
- a newsagent/internet plac
- a post office
- a weekly market takes place every Thursday morning with fresh produce, fish, flowers and a few other stalls
Cetona and San Casciano dei Bagni, 8km away, have additional stores and restaurants and Chiusi has more stores and two huge supermarkets open every day, all day.