The Staging Area

RV area with 40 equipped stalls at the middle school parking lot, near the junction to Monteriggioni Castello, 700m from the village. Card access, possibility of short/long stay or simply use CS.

There are restrooms with showers, sinks for dishes and clothes.


SR 2, 140 – 53035 Monteriggioni (Siena)


43° 23′ 8.1528″ N 11° 13′ 40.1808″ E

All Services

Accesso a pagamento

Paid admission

Apertura annuale

Annual Opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Electrical Connection

Camper Service

Camper Service 4€

WC (1)

Toilet facilities

Docce Calde

Hot Showers

Fondo pavimentato

Paved Bottom

Fondo asfaltato

Asphalt Bottom

Accesso con sbarra

Controlled Input


Fenced Area


Illuminated Area

Area Lavaggio Stoviglie

Dish Sinks

Area Lavaggio Biancheria

Laundry Sinks

Parco Giochi


Mezzi pubblici

Public Means

Animali ammessi

Pets Allowed

Diversamente Abili

Services for the Disabled

More Info

Enveloped by the splendid walls made of stone, the medieval village of Monteriggioni stands at the southwestern end of Chianti. The beating heart of the village is the Castle, founded in the second decade of the 13th century by the Republic of Siena.

The medieval village of Monteriggioni is part of the so-called Montagnola Senese in Tuscany.

Monteriggioni Castle was built by the Sienese, by order of the podestà Guelfo da Porcari, sometime between 1214 and 1219. The Porta Franca or Romea (facing Siena) stands at the base of a keep while the one facing Florence, Porta di sotto, opens into the walls and is flanked by one of the towers of the fortified perimeter. Entering through the Porta Franca or Romea gate, which originally had a heavy gate that was lowered in case of danger, you enter Piazza Roma, the heart of the village.

The Church of Santa Maria Assunta overlooks the square.

Every year in July, the well-established Monteriggioni Medieval Festival is held.


Abbey of Saints Savior and Cyrinus

Hermitage of St. Leonard

Chianti Sculpture Park

Useful Links

Municipality of Monteriggioni

Tourist Infopoint

Tour Guide

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