One hour from Rome, overlooking the Turano valley, Rocca Sinibalda Castle is one of the most fascinating and mysterious Italian castles.
A National Monument since 1928, the castle dates back to the year one thousand. In the Renaissance the great Sienese architect Baldassarre Peruzzi gave it the current form: a powerful military fortress and a bright noble palace.
After a long restoration the Castle has been reopened. The rooms, the courts, the underground and the
gardens can be visited all year round. Its unique characteristics make it a perfect place for events of great originality, for inspiring experiences, and for hospitality in the name of surprise and wonder.