Visit the National Truffle Fair in Tuscany

Every Autumn, San Miniato in Tuscany holds a National White Truffle Fair entitled ‘La Sagra del Tartufo Bianco’, during the last three weeks of November.

The region is renowned for producing the finest quality of white truffles in Europe which are exported all over the world. The Truffles grows in the hills of San Miniato.

CaminoWays is offering an exclusive opportunity to experience the many gastronomic and cultural events during the National White Truffle Fair, in various parts of the historical centre of San Miniato. The nearby villages and towns organise exhibitions within the festivals where local people and tourists alike can buy fresh truffles and eat truffle based dishes.

You can now take this gastronomical and cultural experience with CaminoWays from just €695 for 6 days.

Truffles are a form of fungi and often difficult to find as they are grown underground. This Italian mushroom delicacy, typically a pale orange in colour, is considered to be the best in the world, even compared to the black French truffle. The smell and flavour is what attracts many food lovers across the country and the world, with 60,000 partakers in previous years. The Truffle Fair has run for over 40 years in the town of San Miniato.

The Truffle Fair is located along the route of the Via Francigena in Tuscany. This festival will give you the chance to not only admire the remarkable landscape but to also witness the stalls and markets of Tuscan products.

Camino Ways are constantly striving to make their clients’ trip more memorable and unique, making their adventure like no other.

If you haven’t tried truffles then this is your chance to be part of the 42nd National Truffle Fair and savour San Miniato’s white truffles and many other products while enjoying your Camino holiday. Don’t miss this special event and discover via Francigena on a whole new level.

To book your Truffle Fair holiday, or for further information, contact our travel specialists.

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