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Historical Centre, Volterra
Volterra Countryside


Cities and Towns in Tuscany

Encircled by impressive walls and topped with a grand fortress, Volterra sits high above the rich farmland.  More than 2000 years ago, Volterra was one of the most important Etruscan cities, a city much larger than the one we see today.  Greek-trained Etruscan artists worked here, leaving a significant stash of art, particularly funerary urns.  

Eventually Volterra was absorbed into the Roman Empire, and for centuries it was an independent city-state.  

Today, Volterra, unlike the other famous Tuscan towns in Tuscany has a very real and vibrant feel. It is less touristy, perhaps because of its position, but also because it has maintained a less commercial feel than some of its neighbors.

The gorgeous countryside surrounding the town, beautiful rolling hills and 360 degree views make Volterra a worth-while stop in Tuscany. On a clear day you can even see the sea from here.





Luxury villa near Volterra

This luxury villa is located at only one km from the medieval Tuscan village of Montelopio, near the historically well preserved towns of San Gimignano (29km) and Volterra (20km), in an area where the provinces of Pisa (45km), Siena (75km) and Florence (73km) meet. Surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, this XVIII century Tuscan farmhouse, recently restored by the owners, maintains its original

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