Visit Vino al Vino, their lively wine harvest festival in September, or visit the world’s most famous butcher, Dario Cecchini.
Much of this pretty town’s original medieval architecture was destroyed during more turbulent times from the 13th century upto 1500s, but there are still pockets of historic sights and the town overall is charming.
The main square and medieval walls have many small restaurants but for anyone who enjoys fine steaks you must try Antica Macelleria Cecchini, the butcher shop with kitchen. Dario Cecchini is renowned for his poetry and his deep respect for butchery skills, producing flavours that are not only authentic, but truly poetic.
Just outside of town is the Romanesque church Pieve di San Leolino dates from the 11th century, it has a spectacular location with sweeping views.