Farmhouse in the Florentine Chianti hills,
surrounded by vines and olive trees


The accommodation is divided into four independent apartments, each with equipped kitchen and independent heating. Divided into several renovated buildings, they can meet the different travel needs of couples, families or groups of friends.

A large garden allows you to relax or have meals outdoors (there is a barbecue in common use).
The environment is suitable for those seeking relaxation and tranquility, the strategic position allows easy access to Florence, Siena and all the places in Chianti. The sea is about 1 hour’s drive away, both towards Pisa or Livorno and towards Versilia.

Wi-fi available in all apartments, albeit with limited gigabytes. Possibility to host animals.

Activities and surroundings
Near the apartments there is a small shop where you can find wine, oil, fruit and vegetables and a selection of products at km 0. You can buy here the necessary for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In this area, tastings, aperitifs and small private parties can also be organized.
The company has an oil mill and a cellar that can be visited both when they are in operation and at other times of the year. For nature lovers there are several walking routes through the fields, the forest and the small farm pond.

Ceremonies and events
For your ceremonies, private parties, special events we have the right location for you: Villa Torre Bianca, it has a large outdoor and indoor space and 8 double bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom. The ground floor consists of a large entrance hall, kitchen, dining room, central living room, lounge with fireplace, study, bathroom, large view of the panoramic terrace and garden. On the first floor are the bedrooms; going up again you enter the tower which offers a beautiful view of the hills of Florence and Florence city.
And if your event requires it, we also have the availability of our private chapel.

Leccino Apartment

Pendolino Apartment

Leccio del Corno Apartment


The area surrounding our company is rich in history and suggestions. There are numerous and important food and wine itineraries throughout the Chianti area and the location is ideal for reaching both Siena and Florence in just a few minutes

San Casciano in Val di Pesa

San Casciano Val di Pesa is a small town 15 km from Florence, part of the Chianti Classico sub-area and renowned for the production of wines and extra virgin olive oil. Surrounded by hills, the historic center is also full of characteristic medieval buildings and museums bearing witness to the Roman settlements of the 12th century. From the Torre Del Chianti, a former aqueduct renovated after the Second World War, it is possible to enjoy a splendid panorama. At the tourist office, which is located in the center of the village, it is possible to book guided tours of Chianti.


Florence, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is considered the place of origin of the Renaissance and is universally recognized as one of the cradles of art and architecture. It is renowned as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, thanks to its numerous monuments and museums – including the Duomo, Santa Croce, the Uffizi, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Pitti. The left bank of the Arno, (the Oltrarno) is an area rich in monuments where you can still breathe, among its secular artisan shops, the atmosphere of the Florence of the past, described for example by Vasco Pratolini.

There are numerous literary inspirations throughout the city: from the districts of the tower houses, where the tombstones recall the verses that these very places inspired Dante Alighieri, to the serenity of the Medici villas, where the Neoplatonic academy of Lorenzo the Magnificent often met, up to the theaters at the Pergola and the Boboli Gardens, where the melodramas that led to opera were staged for the first time. There are many and important religious buildings, among the most important the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the Baptistery of San Giovanni, Santa Maria Novella, San Lorenzo, Santa Croce, Santo Spirito.


The city is universally known for its huge historical, artistic and landscape heritage and for its substantial stylistic unity of medieval urban furnishings, as well as for the famous Palio. In 1995, its historic center was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Piazza del Campo is truly unique and unmistakable: thanks to the particular shell shape and the brick color given by the terracotta flooring and the cladding of the buildings that overlook it, positioning yourself in the center of the square you almost feel wrapped in a warm embrace.Piazza del Campo hosts, twice a year, on July 2nd and August 16th, the famous Palio di Siena, the most awaited event by all Sienese. In the square you can admire the Fonte Gaia, the largest fountain in the city decorated, in the original version, with sculptures by Jacopo della Quercia. The fountain we see today is a copy, made of Carrara marble, much more resistant than the original Montagnola Senese marble used by della Quercia (the ancient restored fountain can be seen in the museum complex of Santa Maria della Scala). Among the buildings overlooking Piazza del Campo you cannot miss the Palazzo Comunale and the Torre del Mangia. The imposing Palazzo Comunale, in brick and marble, houses the Civic Museum of the city with various masterpieces by Sienese artists. The Cathedral of Siena, or the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, is one of the most notable examples of a church in the Italian Romanesque-Gothic style.

San Gimignano

Wherever you arrive in San Gimignano, this municipality stands out on the hill at over 300 meters above sea level with all its towers. Today there are 13 of them, but it is said that in the fourteenth century there were over seventy, one for each wealthy family who expressed their economic power in this way.

Not far away is Volterra, an extremely ancient city of Etruscan origin, repeatedly conquered over the centuries by the Romans, the Barbarians and the Florentine legions. Its suggestive historic center dotted with churches, pievi and museums has been the location of national and international film sets several times. Another village of indisputable charm is Monteriggioni, famous for its still intact walls which have completely surrounded it since the early 1200s for a length of 570 metres, interspersed with 14 towers and two gates. A part of the walkway of the walls has recently been opened to the public and can be visited: from here you can admire the Chianti countryside and the Val d’Elsa as far as the eye can see. It is worth stopping in the ancient medieval village of Volpaia, a small fraction of Radda dedicated to the production of Chianti Classico wine.