La Volpaia's ideal location allows for easy access to excellent roads and picturesque routes for your day trips to close and popular destinations, Tuscan adventures and are just some of the things to do and see within 40 km (25 miles) of La Volpaia.

Chianti Classico Wine Region: Explore the renowned Chianti Classico wine region, known for its picturesque vineyards and historic wineries. Enjoy wine tastings and discover the rich flavors of the local wines.

San Gimignano: Visit the medieval town of San Gimignano, famous for its well-preserved tower houses. Stroll through the charming streets, visit the Piazza della Cisterna, and enjoy panoramic views of the Tuscan countryside.

Piazza del Duomo, Florence
: Head to Florence, approximately 37 km away, and visit the iconic Piazza del Duomo. Marvel at the Florence Cathedral, Baptistery, and Giotto's Bell Tower, showcasing stunning Renaissance architecture.

Siena: Immerse yourself in the medieval charm of Siena, located about 37 km away. Explore the Piazza del Campo, experience Palio, visit the Siena Cathedral, and experience the unique atmosphere of this historic city.

Monteriggioni: Discover the walled medieval town of Monteriggioni, approximately 20 km from La Volpaia. Walk along the walls for panoramic views and explore the well-preserved streets.

Castello di Brolio: Tour the historic Castello di Brolio, a castle surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. Learn about its fascinating history and enjoy the scenic beauty of the surrounding landscape.

Certaldo: Visit Certaldo, a charming town with a medieval atmosphere. Explore the well-preserved old town, characterized by its narrow streets and historic architecture.

Greve in Chianti: Experience the lively atmosphere of Greve in Chianti, a market town known for its central square, Piazza Matteotti. Enjoy local products, including wine, cheese, and olive oil.

Villa Medicea di Poggio a Caiano: Head to Poggio a Caiano to visit the Villa Medicea, a Renaissance villa with beautiful gardens. Admire the architecture and learn about its historical significance.

Badia a Passignano: Explore the Badia a Passignano, an ancient abbey surrounded by vineyards. Visit the abbey church and enjoy the peaceful ambiance of this historic site.

Barbarino Val d'Elsa: Barberino Val d'Elsa is located above the valley from which it takes its name. The medieval centre of town is still ringed by its original fortifications.

Hiking TrailsElsa river trail or SentierElsa The river is suitable for swimming, and especially in summer it is the destination of many people in search of refreshment, an excellent choice to spend a few hours immersed in nature.

Cooking ClassesSiChef Cooking Experience: Take a Tuscan cooking class to learn the art of preparing traditional Italian dishes. Enjoy hands-on experiences with local chefs and savor the fruits of your labor.

Arts DestinationsFlorence Art Museums: Explore Florence's rich art scene by visiting renowned museums like the Uffizi Gallery and the Academia Gallery, housing masterpieces by Michelangelo, Botticelli, and more.

Truffle Hunting - Embark on a truffle hunting adventure in the Tuscan hills. Join local experts and trained truffle dogs to hunt for these prized delicacies, followed by a tasting.

Bike Rentals – Rent bikes from BikeMeUp and explore the picturesque landscapes of the Chianti region at your own pace. Choose from various routes catering to different skill levels.

Wine Tasting - Local Vineyards: Indulge in wine tasting at local vineyards in the Chianti region. Experience the diverse flavors of Tuscan wines and learn about the winemaking process from knowledgeable hosts.

Day ToursTours of Tuscany: Join day tours exploring the Tuscany countryside, covering multiple attractions. These tours often include visits to wineries, historical sites, and scenic viewpoints