The Val d’Orcia is a vast hilly territory extended in the province of Siena and partly also in the area of ??Grosseto. The natural landscapes that characterize the numerous villages and medieval art located there have meant that the valley in 2004, was listed as a World Heritage Site. According to experts, the Val d’Orcia is the best example of Tuscan coexistence between man and nature. In this area the man’s work blends perfectly with the natural landscape as well as commanding the stringent standards of the urban Renaissance era of greatest splendor of the valley. Towns such as Castiglione d’Orcia, Pienza, Montalcino, Radicofani, Bagno Vignoni are just some of the countries of origin most medieval suggestitvi. The population has been able, over time, take advantage of the beauty and opportunities offered by this land to agricultural production quality, today known and appreciated throughout the world: the Brunello di Montalcino, Pienza Pecorino, salami of Cinta Senese.