San Gimignano was an Etruscan business center when it was founded in 998, however the monumental sized towers that once stood as a commissioned offshoot of the city’s wealth now lie in eye-catching ruin. For longer than only a weekend, San Gimignano offers free entertainment via the Cavalieri di Santa Fina. For a view of the town’s environmental past, you can visit the Ornithological Museum, the exhibition of birds from as early as the year 800. San Gimignano is a great stop on any excursion through Italy.
Free breakfasts are available to guests of il Casale del Cotone & Rocca degli Olivi. Guests are at liberty to enjoy a restaurant a library and a rooftop terrace. An outdoor swimming pool (seasonal) is just one of this property's swim options. Services such as a luggage storage and an express check-in/out service make your stay in San Gimignano even better. This San Gimignano property has 17 rooms. Bring your pet, it's welcome here. Guests who drive appreciate that free self service parking at limited hours is also an option.