Vacation apartments in Montalcino

Ideal location for a vacation in Montalcino, in the province of Siena, to explore the natural beauties of the region and discover through us our favourite Brunello wine producers and gourmet restaurants.


Suite d’Artista and Downtown Suite lodgings are situated right in the heart of Montalcino, inside the city walls, near restaurants, wine bars and shops, away from the throngs of tourists and housed in charmingly and quiet surroundings.


Suite Countryside apartments are located on the way to Castelnuovo dell’Abate and the splendid Abbey of Sant’Antimo, just 7 kilometers from Montalcino, set upon a hill surrounded by wonderful nature, amid scents and flavors and immerse in pure tranquillity.


From Montalcino you can easily reached Siena and Florence – two of the most beautiful art cities in Italy – the breath taking views of Val d’Orcia – a Unesco Heritage Site – as well as all of the major attractions in Tuscany.

  • How to get here

    By car

    Suite d’Artista | Once in Montalcino, take Viale Pietro Strozzi until Piazza Cavour, then turn right and immediately left into Via Lapini, take again the first right into Via della Scuole and then left after a glass building and before a small church. At the end turn right following the arrow “tutte le direzioni” and then left at the signs for Porta Castellana and Fonte Buia. At the end of the street it’s Via Santa Lucia and the office is at n.3 on the left hand side. Gps. Lat: N 43° 3′ 33.259’’ – Long: E 11° 29′ 30.619’’


    Suite Downtown | Once in Montalcino, take Viale Pietro Strozzi until Piazza Cavour, then turn right and immediately left into Via Lapini. At the bottom of the hill turn left where you see the hotel dei Capitani; the apartments is on the opposite side, at n. 23. Gps. Lat: N 43° 3′ 39.242’’ – Long: E 11° 29′ 26.95’’


    Suite Countryside | Once in Montalcino, take the road to Castelnuovo Abate/Abbazia di San Antimo for 6,8 km. Turn right when you see the sign for “P. Montecaprili 1,8″ and drive along the white road till you reach the top of the hill. Gps. Lat: N 43° 0′ 15,144’’ – Long: E 11° 51′ 8103”


    By train

    The nearest train station is situated in Buonconvento (Siena), less than twenty kilometers away. From here, buses depart for Montalcino: travel time 30 minutes. Get off at the last stop, in Piazza Cavour; from here, continue as indicated under ‘By car’. Taxi service available, shuttle service available on request when booking.


    By plane

    The closest airports are: Perugia (100 km), Florence (110 km), Pisa (200 km) and Rome Fiumicino (225 km). Taxi service available, shuttle service available on request when booking.

    Main distances

    • Buonconvento km 14
    • San Quirico d’Orcia km 14
    • Bagno Vignoni km 19
    • Monte Oliveto Maggiore abbey km 22
    • Pienza km 23
    • Asciano km 31
    • Montepulciano km 37
    • Chianciano Terme km 40
    • Siena km 48
    • Grosseto km 57
    • San Galgano abbey km 60
    • Lake Trasimeno km 73
    • San Gimignano km 79
    • Pitigliano km 80
    • Arezzo km 83
    • Orvieto km 95
    • Perugia km 100
    • Florence km 110
    • Rome km 200



    Montalcino is an ancient Medieval town; its origin is Etruscan, and the land on which it rises is over five hundred meters above sea level. The historic center is enclosed in the ancient walls, with a nice selection of shops and restaurants in a wonderful ambiance that provides a pleasant other worldly sensation. Here, in total relaxation, you’ll appreciate all the splendor of the prized Brunello wine, the wonderful views over Val d’Orcia and Monte Amiata, as well as the Duomo and the fascinating Fortress of Montalcino.


    Val d’Orcia

    Val d’Orcia is an important natural, artistic and cultural parkland that is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A triumph of hauntingly gorgeous landscapes and Medieval towns, including Montalcino, enclosed in its ancient walls and famous for its prized Brunello wine. The valley offers a variety of wine and food tours and itineraries for gourmets, with the possibility of purchasing all of Tuscany’s typical products: olive oil, cheese, cured meats and wine.