Vagliagli is a pretty, little village on the edge of the Chianti. Its name means the 'Valley of Garlic' and in the village coat of arms there is a hand holding several cloves of garlic. It has a position with great views over the Chianti, and if you head up the hill to the cemetry (on the scenic road towards Castellina in Chianti) there are incredible views of the Val d'Elsa.
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Things to do
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A small grocery shop in the centre of Vagliagli. It has all basic items including fruit and vegetables, and a choice of local cheeses and cured meats. A great place to get a sandwich and drinks for a quick snack or lunch while out sightseeing.Read more
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