Visiting Chianti means relaxing on unusual itineraries and travel between vineyards and forests, isolated villages, castles, abbeys to know about the little gems of Barberino Val d’Elsa, Greve in Chianti, Radda , Gaiole, Castellina, Castelnuovo Berardenga and much more. Piazza Matteotti in Greve in Chianti, is the heart of the Chianti; famous is the ancient market square surrounded by arcades with shops selling local produce, including the Antica Macelleria Falorni that offers only traditional products of Chianti. Not far from Greve is Montefioralle , a small medieval village situated on a hill surrounded by beautiful walls, perfectly intact, of great charm, with its quaint narrow streets. Suggestive roads towards Panzano village of Etruscan origin with a beautiful village surrounded by walls and a well-preserved medieval castle, also of note is Antica Macelleria Cecchini, famous for its delicious Florentine steak, which is cut off by decanting the Divine Comedy. Guests can also visit many farms in Gaiole, and Radda, with its ancient walls and the Castle of Volpaia and a few miles from the campsite the lovely medieval village of Barberino waits you with a rich program of summer events.