Trekking in Val d’Orcia: San Quirico d’Orcia – Bagno Vignoni

Tuscany is a land of a thousand faces: the dirt paths surrounded by a thousand cypresses in the hills are the favorite destination for trekking lovers and cyclists.

Here you will find a unique panorama, perfect to be discovered slowly, at a walking pace, enjoying every magnificent view and the nature around you. Combine healthy physical activity with the exploration of a wonderful area, and don’t forget to stop in some cellar where you can taste the wine and products of this land!
Slowly, step by step, among nature, ancient abbeys and castles, vineyards and wheat fields you can enjoy these wonderful views and walk inside a postcard.

An interesting itinerary can be that of San Quirico d’Orcia – Bagno Vignoni: cross the sinuous hills characteristic of these areas to get to the thermal pearl of the Val d’Orcia, the iconic village of Bagno Vignoni whether you want to go through the Ripa d’Orcia, which for the SR 2 you will enjoy wonderful landscapes.

Trekking in Val d’Orcia: San Quirico d’Orcia – Bagno Vignoni

San Quirico d’Orcia is a medieval jewel, a village full of things to see, try, taste and experience.
Important stop along the Via Francigena, before leaving you cannot miss these medieval streets where time seems to have stopped.

But what to see in San Quirico? You are spoiled for choice: you can start by visiting the splendid Horti Leonini, a perfect example of the classic Italian garden. You can continue your visit of the village by heading towards the Collegiate Church of San Quirico and Giulitta, where Palazzo Chigi is also located.

If you take the SR 2, know that, obviously calculating the round trip:

Duration: 1h and 5 minutes (total 2h and 10 minutes)

Length: 5,3 km (total 10,6 km)

Or, slightly longer the road to Ripa d’Orcia and Bagno Vignoni:

Duration: 1h e 12 min (2h and 25 minutes)

Length: 5,3 km (10,6 km)


Once in Bagno Vignoni, visit the iconic spa with its iconic rectangular tub, visit the town perhaps stopping at some spa for a nice stop in a modern spa center. Or if you love nature, go to the Parco dei Mulini where fantastic gorelli of thermal water flow among the rocks: a typical postcard of these lands! After Bagno Vignoni, then you can leave to return to San Quirico d’Orcia.


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Trekking in Val d’Orcia: San Quirico d’Orcia – Bagno Vignoni

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