A triumph of beauty, cradled by a swing of soft curves and adorned with a symphony of iridescent colours and waving harmonies, which vividly and majestically resound like an angelic ode to joy, to inner peace and slowness, a devoted maid of living art. Crossing Val d’Orcia is like entering an Impressionism painting: with its lovely lunar hills, covered with gold, olive trees and vineyards, the white cypress-lined paths, the scattered rural houses and the little churches that stand out against the horizon. And all around a wild and sublime nature, which kindly matches the charming pride of the desert Crete Senesi.
Nestled in the middle of this earthly paradise, Dimora Buonriposo once hosted the wayfarer and pilgrims travelling along the Via Francigena towards Rome. [show more...]