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    The rest of the Val d’Orcia

    The Val d’Orcia rests in the winter months. The fields breathe, the country roads free from tourists regain their identity, as well as the splendid towns, the small villages perched around the valley. It is the season with the most beautiful colors, a palette of ocher, brown, yellow, the turquoise of the sky. And it is certainly one of the best moments to visit Monticchiello and its surroundings, in the quiet and tranquility to take a bath in one of the many spas, an e-bike ride without having to book in advance, walks in the most beautiful paths of the Val d’Orcia without meeting anyone, only the splendid nature.  …

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    Smart-Working in covid time

    For a Covid free stay Casa Bonari offers you the ideal solution, being in a small village isolated from large urban centers, in the open countryside where you can spend your days almost forgetting about the international health emergency. We have taken every necessary measure provided for by the anti-covid regulations precisely to guarantee our guests stays without worries and in total safety:   Sanitation of the environments before and after guests’ access, through the use of appropriate disinfectant products. Check-in in total safety: we welcome you using the mask and gloves while maintaining the necessary social distance, preferably using the areas outside the house, such as the patio or…

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    AUTUMN at Casa Bonari

    The most beautiful season in Val d’Orcia is approaching: thousand colors, warm atmospheres, intense flavors. The magic of autumn is upon us, along with the many occasions when our countryside will appear beautiful to you and fill your gaze with intense variations of light. The climate is still mild and perfect for taking long walks through the fields or long e-bike rides, the season is the best to discover our beautiful area out of the crowd of tourists and to dedicate yourself to the discovery of the villages finally surrounded by quiet. Beautiful walks await you on Mount Amiata, in the beech and chestnut woods and the season opens in which…