Agriturismo Sant'Alfredo

Address: Via Lauretana 2030/A, Monteroni d'Arbia, Tuscany, 53014, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Via Lauretana 2030/A, Monteroni d'Arbia, is near Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore.
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        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking

        TripAdvisor Reviews Agriturismo Sant'Alfredo Monteroni d'Arbia

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        Travel Blogs from Monteroni d'Arbia

        Just when you thought it couldn't get any better!

        A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 12, 2014

        28 photos

        ... a vineyard etc. etc. The photographs can simply not do this setting justice.

        After our walk (the rain stopped for us!) Grant had a nap and I got caught up on some reading and emails and had a chance to talk to Hayley on Skype. Ross was still in classes (I'm going with that!).

        Dinner came quickly and we enjoyed a menu prepared by the chef along with some local wines. It was a simple meal made in traditional Tuscan ...

        Last days in Tuscany

        A travel blog entry by irenedelany on Sep 11, 2014

        1 comment, 6 photos

        I just have to finish off in Tuscany ... We spent our last morning in Bagni di San of the local thermal sulphur bath areas near Pienza. Well what a laugh...we never expected the guys to rise to the occasion .....but they did, shower caps and all...looking like those other rubber things!!! What a laugh... We all enjoyed it and came out relaxed and smiling! A super little lunch spot ...

        Opera and Arias and more Palio

        A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 03, 2014

        ... a new event to celebrate. We then head to an area of town we drove around and around trying to find our way in four days ago. But we hadn't walked around this area before. Steve knew the way of course, he is clever at that, he likes to be organized and know where he is heading, I go a different way each time I walk out the door. We were a bit early so ate again, cold cuts and cold pasta salads. Then walked around the fortress of Siena. A strong hold at the entrance ...


        A travel blog entry by kerra on Jun 23, 2013

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... in the Middle Ages to supply troops to defend Siena, mostly from Florence. They are no longer military groups, but exist as bands of local patriots and the contrada (plural) have their own colours, ceremonial dress and symbols. Today, two of the contrada - the Leocorno and the Onda - were celebrating their patron saints and marching through the other contrada. But the wild thing is that most of them have allied contrada and ...

        Living under the Tuscan Sun

        A travel blog entry by adrianrobert on Oct 04, 2012

        8 photos

        ... no beggars/gypsy approaching you. For this reason and the stunning views from our hotel, we chose Siena. ..... Returning to Firenze on Wednesday to take the train to Lugano, we were greeted by an old friend in these parts. A innovative gypsy who boarded the train as soon as it stopped and then proceeded to "assist" passengers with their baggage. Initially unaware of what was happening with this gypsy Porter, and it was like time stood still, our luggage was loaded. Only when the ...