Your Home in Tuscany
Great Location, Service and Stay.
A rustic 19th-century country house, Sole Del Sodo is a 5-minute drive from Cortona. It offers historic stone interiors, plus an outdoor pool with panoramic views of the Tuscan countryside.
Stanza degli affreschi
Stanza degli affreschi
Matrimonial bedroom ,bathroom with shower ,balcony
Room size: 151 ft²
This elegant room offers a TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries.
Suite dei veli
Suite dei veli ,matrimonial bedroom ,adiacent room with double bed ,bathroom with shower
Room size: 215 ft²
This suite features tile/marble floor.
Please note, air conditioning use comes at an extra cost of EUR 10 per day.
Apartment size: 269 ft²
Features a living area with sofa and TV, plus a fully equipped kitchenette. Comes with country-style furniture and feature very characteristic bare-stone walls and wood-beamed ceilings.
Two -Bedrooms Apartament
The Blu /red apartament is the biggest one with two double bed rooms ,two bathrooms with shower ,kitchen corner and table for dining inside and outside ,two fireplaces and two frigo .
The soft, relaxing and familiar atmosphere that the team of sisters have created at Il Sodo del Sole, just minutes from the city center of Cortona, will make you feel like you are coming home.
The attention to the smallest of details has transformed this Tuscan styled farmhouse into 6 B&B suites with bathrooms and 5 self catering apartments which the owners like to call “villini” - literally: little villas. Named for the sunshine that is abundant on their corner of the Cortona hillside, Il Sodo del Sole has an inviting garden and poolside area where one can lounge away the stress and tired muscles after travelling on the beautiful country roads of Tuscany and Umbria.
And if you are looking for an evening of home cooked local specialities then be sure to reserve your place at Claudia and her sister’s dinner table where they will serve only the best of local foods and traditions.
Il Museo diocesano di Cortona si trova in piazza del Duomo 1, nell'ex-chiesa del Gesù, e raccoglie oggetti ed opere d'arte provenienti dalle chiese del territorio e dalle proprietà della diocesi
The hill upon which Montalcino sits has probably been settled since Etruscan times. Its first mention in historical documents in 814 AD suggests there was a church here in the 9th century, most likely built by monks associated with the nearby Abbey of Sant'Antimo. The population grew suddenly in the middle of the tenth century, when people fleeing the nearby town of Roselle took up residence in the town.
The town takes its name from a variety of oak tree that once covered the terrain. The very high site of the town offers stunning views over the Asso, Ombrone and Arbia valleys of Tuscany, dotted with silvery olive orchards, vineyards, fields and villages. The lower slopes of the Montalcino hill itself are dominated by highly productive vines and olive orchards.