HomeAway.co.uk can help locate the holiday accommodation in Trequanda that’s right for you. It’s a destination that suits anyone who enjoys rural scenery and great food. There are villas, holiday homes and apartments both inside the lovely medieval centre of this charming town, or set in the rolling hills and farmland that surrounds Trequanda. Apartments in Trequanda are normally a part of a larger farmhouse or villa set in large grounds and surrounded by countryside. To make sure that even the smallest details are tailored to your needs you can choose the guest facilities you’d like at your ideal Trequanda holiday home. Properties here offer pools, Internet, barbecues and gardens.
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-Cuisine. The Siena area has some distinctive dishes, including Ribollita, a vegetable soup served with bread rubbed with garlic, and pici, thick spaghetti served with meat sauce. Rumour has it that tiramisu was invented a few kilometres away in Siena, while a number of Italy’s best-known wines are produced close by, including Chianti and its varieties.
-Local culture. With its many stone buildings, Trequanda’s appearance has changed very little since the middle ages. One of the most imposing features is the fortress, which sits on high ground at the entrance to the old-town. There are also 11 historic churches to seek out, as well as a three-story tower belonging to a mill from the 1700s.
-Nature. The undulating scenery of the Val di Chiana is ideal for experiencing on foot via a number of paths in the area. The Italian Touring Club, a cycling organisation, has awarded the town the Orange Flag, in recognition of both its preserved history and picturesque natural scenery that includes olive groves and cattle farms.
-Siena. Siena has to be top of the list of places to visit if you’re on holiday in Trequanda. It’s about 50 kilometres west and commonly held as Italy’s most beautiful medieval city, full of beautiful art and spectacular buildings. Must-sees include the Palazzo Publico, which is 800s years old and has an interior with stunning medieval frescoes.
-Chiusure. Chiusure is a small town a few minutes west of Trequanda, and it’s best known for the Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore, which is situated close by. It’s a monastery that is still active to this day, and has some fantastic art, like the fresco by Luca Signorelli, who taught Michelangelo.
Visiting a holiday villa in Trequanda you’ll encounter the mild climate for which Tuscany is famous. Summers are pleasantly warm, with highs between 25 and 30 degrees at the height of summer, and maximum temperatures in the early-20s at the beginning and end of the season. There’s a little more rain as autumn approaches and temperatures drop steadily from month to month, reaching highs of around nine or ten degrees in December and January.
The closest major international airport to Trequanda is Florence (FLR), which is around a hundred kilometres north of the town. You can reach your Trequanda apartment by road simply by following the A1 autostrada, which runs north to south down Italy’s spine. There’s also a good network of state and private buses, including services direct from either Florence or Siena to Trequanda. Public buses are also a convenient way to get around the immediate area, with tickets that can be purchased at the local tobacco shops or bus offices.