A visit to the village
Trequanda is located in the south-east area of Siena and together with the municipalities of Asciano, Buonconvento, Montalcino, San Giovanni d'Asso, Monteroni d'Arbia and Rapolano Teme is part of the renowned area of the Crete Senesi, right on the border with the Val d'Orcia, one of the best known and representative areas of the province of Siena and Tuscany.
The undulating landscape with a succession of barren hills is characterized by oaks and cypresses that form the setting for isolated farms on the peaks of the hills.
The village in 2003 it obtained the Bandiera Arancione from Touring Club Italiano which certifies the quality of its tourist services, is part of the Associazione Nazionale Città dell'Olio to which it also dedicates a sagra and since 2018 it has been included in the Registro Nazionale dei Paesaggi Rurali Storici (a national register of historical rural landscapes); a little gem to visit just a few steps from Cignella Resort.
The first settlements are of the Etruscan period as demonstrated by the various finds, subsequently underwent Roman domination that of the Lombards and Franks.
In the village, the historic centre with its cobbled streets and the Torre Molino, an ancient dovecote surrounded by a forest of holm oaks and cypresses, not far from the centre, is definitely worth a visit.