Located about 80 kilometers from Grosseto is an important historical and archaeological center perched on a tuff rock, also called the “ Matera of Tuscany – Source: siviaggia.it ” because of the houses built in the tuff.
The small village is characterized by alleys, courtyards, arches, stairs, loggias and cellars dug inside the tuff that represents them, surrounded by walls erected in the medieval period.
Today many of the cellars are open to the public, representing a national characteristic.
Some of the most famous wineries are “The Locanda Aldobrandeschi” , the restaurant “Hostaria Terrazza Aldobrandeschi” .
Sorano also housed a Jewish community founded by the municipal administration, which tried to restore the buildings, trying to restore the buildings to their former glory.