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All reviews small town san quirico few hours worth a visit walled village narrow streets middle ages every corner medieval walls lunch or dinner lovely town off the beaten track high quality mille miglia free parking central piazza walk around
Just charming, romantic, beautiful. Must visit.
Many old buildings, a beautiful old street in the centre, churches, historic buildings, dedicated shops. Traditional and beautiful. Must visit when in Val d'Orcia.
San Quirico is possibly my favourite Tuscan town. It is very quiet but at the same time you can tell it's a working town not a living museum. There are some lovely shops e.g. Dedalo and a special church as well as the Nuvolari statue...More
S Quirico is a midieval walled town dating to the 8th century and of course it sits atop a hill in the Tuscan countryside. Narrow streets, well maintained centuries old buildings can be found throughout the town including the Communale, Chiesa San Francisco, Palazzo Chigi...More
San Quirico d’Orcia is worse a stop. It is nice to walk around and see the old houses. Unfortunately it was very cold when I visited the town so I could not sit outside of a restaurant and enjoy the food or ice cream.
Worthy for a walk around the walls and explore the narrow streets especially at dusk when the lights make it atmosphere & romantic . Lots of typicality good eating places , a couple in the Guide Michelin . Nice square by the church with Camponile...More
Response from Fisheyevp | Reviewed this property |
Yes there are. The commune has nice pedal assisted bicycles. The are located in the chigi palace which is the main commune building. You can ask at the tourist office also. Other places also rent bicycles and the tourist... More
Yes there are. The commune has nice pedal assisted bicycles. The are located in the chigi palace which is the main commune building. You can ask at the tourist office also. Other places also rent bicycles and the tourist office can guide you.