Loro Ciuffenna

The small village of Loro Ciuffenna (Ar), perched at the foot of Pratomagno and over the protected area of the crags of 330 meters above sea level, is perhaps the most characteristic and well preserved between Florence and Arezzo. It is part of the most beautiful villages in Italy.

 

 

The name is attested for the first time in 1050 as Them, from the Latin Laurus, laurel. While the name of the river that passes through it, quoted in 1307 as Iofinne, is probably of Etruscan origin. Today Loro Ciuffenna is certainly a place of residence and area renowned for its mild, dry climate, for its silence and tranquility that are the backdrop for scenes of rare beauty.
 
 

 

 

geographic coordinates

 

Social media & sharing icons powered by UltimatelySocial