San Casciano dei Bagni
This tiny centre, located at the southernmost end of the province of Siena on the boundary between Umbria and Lazio, was already famous in medieval times and to today's visitor it looks just like a typical medieval hamlet dominated by the massive square tower of Palazzo Bologna. Not to be missed, the historic centre, a typical hillside settlement, with its narrow streets, alleyways and piazzas. Outside the historic centre, in the vicinity of the Thermal Spa, is the very interesting Basilica Church dating back to the year one thousand.
However while San Casciano, immersed in a luxuriant and uncontaminated nature is an attraction for visitors who prefer rural holidays, we mustn't forget that the majority of tourists come here for thermal cures, like inhalation, baths and mud therapies. Just a few kilometres away is the tiny hamlet of Celle sul Rigo, with its majestic thirteenth century tower and an unforgettable panorama. Tourists visiting this spot mustn't miss out on tasting the delicious local produce.