Casole d’Elsa, Siena

The view from Casole d’Elsa is breath-taking, with the rolling hills of the Siena countryside unfolding all aroundand, not far away, like a guardian watching over the village, the historic towns of San Gimignano and Volterra. Luckily, art in Casole can be found everywhere. Whether it’s because of the peace of its location, immersed in nature, or the inspiring landscapes that surround the town, artists create truly unique things here.

Palazzo Comunale

The town hall of Casole d’Elsa is located at the southern end of the country and is today the seat of the municipal offices. The complex is an imposing quadrangular mass, with a massive stone tower at the north – west, with a large square outside the main entrance.
Of the ancient forteress today is preserved the original volumetric development and the stone and brick walls, where the portal with pointed arch combined with the lowered arc typical of Sienese Gothic style.

Period: Year-round (on specific days)
Capacity: 40/200 people

Teatro all’aperto

Located behind the medieval walls of the town, the structure evokes the shape of the ancient Greek theater with tiers placeds against the same walls. Magnificent view of the city of Volterra and the countryside.

Period: Year-round (on specific days)
Capacity: 200 people

Piazza della Libertà

One of the largest squares in the city center, framed by the collegiate church of Santa Maria Assunta. Ideal place to organize a wedding dinner.

Period: Year-round (on specific days)
Capacity: 200 people

Giardino della Fontana

The garden is a terrace overlooking the Tuscan countryside. On the side facing the city walls there is the fountain of the sun, interesting work by the sculptor Giuseppe Calonaci.

Period: Year-round (on specific days)
Capacity: 100 people