Experience Tuscany with a holiday home in Montepulciano for a real Italian experience
Holidays in Montepulciano offer tourists lovely views of the unspoiled Tuscan beaches as well as the many little medieval towns and villages dotted around the 605m limestone ridge upon which it is situated. This award-winning wine region was founded many years ago and has lost none of its hazy Italian charm.
There are plenty of sights to be seen and you'll be sure to enjoy your stay in one of our apartments in Montepulciano. With an incredible history stretching back as far as 4th century, history lovers will fall in love with the cultural artefacts spread across the region. Always at the heart of the action, Montepulciano has witnessed many colourful conflicts and has changed hands dozens of time throughout its long and complex history, currently belonging to the province of Siena in the picturesque Italian region of Tuscany.
Montepulciano - A place for relaxed holidays in Italy
Free of cars and boasting crisp fresh air due to its hill-side location, the key tourist areas are located on the 1.5km long Montepulicianan Main Street, stretching from the Porta al Prato all the way up to the Piazza Grande. Here, you will find several inspiring historical sites, boasting fabulous architecture and hidden artistic treasures and a religious theme runs throughout, something hardly surprising in such a devoutly Roman Catholic land. Be sure to visit the Santa Maria Assunta cathedral and the Sanctuary of the Madonna di San Biago, a divine experience if ever there was one.
After exploring the Palazzo Comunale, the Pallazo Tarugi and the 14th century city walls, you'll be in the mood for something to eat. Fortunately, Montepulciano is a big player in the Italian food and drink scene. Find yourself a cosy little restaurant, ask the waiter for a few tips and indulge in the best, tender cooked pork dish you've ever had the fortune to set eyes on. Accompanied with the local 'pici' pasta, delicious cheese or a regionally produced honey glaze, you won't regret it.
Enjoy your self catering holidays in Montepulciano - With local cheese and red wine
With the memory of your culinary experience resonating in your mind, it may well be time to retire to your Villa in Montepulciano. Pick up a bottle of Vino Nobile (widely considered one of Italy's greatest red wines - a true vintage) and a block of cheese from a local market to enjoy the Tuscan sunset in style, sat on the terracotta terrace of your luxurious holiday home in Montepulciano. For travelers who prefer to stay on the beach during their holidays, Lamezia apartments or holiday rentals in Bari will be perfect!