We are used to seeing the Tuscan countryside at its best when the summer arrives. Green hills or a straw yellow when burnt by the sun, rows of cypresses and lush vegetation to shore up the heights. But not many people consider the beauty of autumn in these lands.
The Tuscan countryside surrounding Pomarance, in the province of Pisa, is surrounded by a romantic autumn halo, by the soft light typical of the months before winter, by that melancholic charm. Visiting Pomarance at this time gives the impression of going back in time even more. The medieval profile of the village, with its low houses and towers that support it here and there, the narrow streets of the village and the scent of cooked that spreads through the streets ... all this has a purifying beneficial effect.
As the light goes down, walking through these streets becomes an almost mystical, surreal experience, in which it becomes easy to find the peace that only a village immersed in the Tuscan countryside is able to give.