Me and my partner spent a long weekend at Casa Della Collina. We arrived late after a delayed flight but were met by a friendly local who gave us the keys and showed us around the house. The house was fantastic. Upon arrival there was a welcome basket with some necessities (tea, coffee, wine, olive oil, bread and bottled water). The house consisted of two good sizes bedroom,(one with an en suite) a family bathroom, kitchen dinner and a roof terrace. The highlight of the house for us was the roof terrace. The views were amazing and nothing beats waking up in the morning and sitting on the roof terrace with a cup a freshly brewed coffee and a cake from the local bakery. We only cooked one of the nights but the kitchen contained anything you could need. We found an excellent fruit and veg shop just down the road, that sold loal produce fresh from the field.
Until we found Casa della Collina we had never heard of Cianciana. But we now love it. Cianciana... more