Not only art and culture. Visiting the large and small historical centres is certainly the main element of a trip to Italy, or at least the most obvious.
However, you can devote time to other activities from Camporsevoli, decidedly more for recreation but still inevitably open to learning the different aspects of our country.
Outdoor sports offer perpective that are otherwise difficult to find and help to rediscover a reality of life and movement that we now tend to forget. A horse ride amid the crete of Val d'Orcia, a bike ride along the reclaimed land path between Chiusi and Arezzo, a walk to the Cross of Mount Cetona with a picnic, wild boar hunting in a private reserve, a boat ride on Lake Trasimeno or Lake Bolsena, far from the chaos of the city, whether it be large or small. But also immersing yourself in the underground aqueducts of Città della Pieve, rafting in the Marmore Falls, driving a Vespa between Montepulciano and Pienza, or riding up a mule path on a mountain bike.
"Immersing yourself in the underground aqueducts of Città della Pieve, rafting in the Marmore Falls, driving a Vespa between Montepulciano and Pienza, or riding up a mule path on a mountain bike."
We can then earn some well-deserved rest poolside or at one of the many hot springs scattered throughout the area. San Casciano dei Bagni you can swim in the ancient pools, or reach the Fonteverde Centre for an outstanding five star spa. The Bagni di San Filippo with its hot stream and its spectacular white encrusted cascades are an ideal destination on a cloudy afternoon. Bagno Vignoni, a bit further away, is on the road to Montalcino with its central pool dating back to the 1500s and the loggia of Saint Catherine will take your breath away.