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The apartment Chianti ground floor is a ground level unit very cozy and ideal for a family with two children or two couples located on the hillside in a small two-floor cottage not far from the pool. 55 sq.m., independent entrace, parking facility.
The estate of Poggio d'Oro consists of a group of Tuscan style villas divided into apartments and beautifully located and spread out on a hillside in a panoramic area with breathtaking views over the Chianti hills and the natural park of the Pesa.
Very peaceful, utterly relaxing and easy to reach just midway between Firenze and Siena Poggio d'Oro epitomises the lure of the Tuscan retreat and makes possible an inviting and exclusive holiday of rich variety, as quiet or as active as one might wish.
Florence 30 km, Siena 30 km, S.Gimignano 30 km, Volterra 40 km, Lucca 100 km, Pisa 108 km.
Servicios y zonas comunes
The site extends over 10.000 sq.m. of park affected on several levels with tennis court and swimming pool (size 15 x 7,50 m, 1,20 to 2,50 m deep) for common use with large sun terrace, covered patio, night illumination and equipped with chairs, sun loungers and parasols located in superb placement overlooking the hills and the valley, and offers great variety of trees, plants and flowers as well as unique and magnificient view.
The village of S.Donato in Poggio (1 mile away, altitude 400 m above s.l.) is an ancient medieval hamlet with castle, towers and churches all splendidly conserved and still away from mass tourism, where are to be found small food shops and restaurants.-
Atención a los huéspedes
Reception open 10 hrs a day for full assistance during the stay, tips, hints, advices and material on the area, restaurants, etc. and Florence museums reservations.-
Unique location, ideal homebase to reach all the places of interest of the area.-
Don't be afraid of driving into Florence, a magnificent Renaissance city, full of churches with Art treasure and home of the Uffizi museum (reservation advisable, can be done though Poggio d’Oro). Using the parking instructions you will find driving into Florence easy and you will encounter some of the best views of the city you are ever likely to see
This beautiful mediaeval city is a must for anyone visiting the region of Tuscany, especially its unique shall shaped Piazza del Campo, the heart of the city and the pride of the Sienese. Siena is a medieval city par excellence, crammed with rich treasures, and for many people it is infinitely more appealing than Florence, the Tuscan capital.
One of the best preserved medieval cities in Italy, with its famous 13 towers dating back centuries. This unique hilltop town boasts wonderful panoramas and attracts visitors worldwide. The first sight of S.Gimignano takes your breath away and seems to take you back to another age.
North of Siena its fame stems from the fact that it was mentioned in Dante's "Inferno" and, indeed, the fortress of Monteriggioni is breathtaking sight.
Colle Val d'Elsa
Three areas make up Colle Val d'Elsa, Colle Alta which is the main attraction features splendid architecture of medieval origin with Renaissance additions. Wonderfully photogenic and not too full of tourists, Colle Alto provides a very picturesque stop-off on your journey to Siena.
Volterra is a breezy bill-top town, on the west of S .Gimignano with marvellous panoramic views, a well preserved Etruscan amphitheatre and hoards of locally mined alabaster to keep you interested.
45 miles south-east of Siena, Montepulciano is a quaint hilltop (665m) town noted for its red wine, the famous Vino Nobile.
Pienza, a town in Tuscany, is the "touchstone of Renaissance urbanism." In 1996, UNESCO declared the town a World Heritage Site and in 2004 the entire valley, the Val d'Orcia, was included on the list of Unesco’s World Cultural Landscapes.
The town consists of two levels, basso (lower) and alto (higher), the higher being the old part of the town. Its narrow streets are lined with restored medieval houses and palazzos
Everybody has heard of what is undoubtedly the world 's most famous tower located in Piazza dei Miracoli (The Square of Miracles) With the cathedral. Pisa is worth half a day visit. Why not combine it with or an afternoon by the sea at Viareggio?
One of the most beautiful small towns in Northern Tuscany, Lucca has tranquillity, which is enchanting. Possessing many architectural and artistic masterpieces. The Piazza Anfiteatro is the most spectacular square in Lucca.
Half an hour from Pisa, this lively seaside resort is popular with the Florentines in summer. Viareggio has a turn of the century elegance, with many fine Liberty style buildings.
The Chianti Classico Wine Area
This is the area to the South East of Florence and North of Siena and has some of the most scenic landscape in the region. Many villages can be explored with panoramic views en route. There are lots or fattoria and cantine (vineyards and wine estates) scattered around the area.
Castellina in Chianti
As its name suggests, Castellina is built around a splendid castello, which survives at the centre of the town. Magnificently positioned in beautiful country- side scattered with buildings from the era of the grand dukes.
Radda in Chianti
A place for soaking up the slow pace of life, visitors may relax in one of the prettiest villages in the Chianti region, sampling the wines with Tuscan snacks such as crostini in the local enoteca (wine bar). Nearby Volpaia (6 km to the North) a small fortified village and its castle is regarded as even more picturesque.
A pretty market town with a particularly attractive triangular piazza. Now named after the navigator Giovanni da Verrazzano (, family castle slightly further north), Greve's large square was once the venue for a major market.
Lying on the valley floor, framed by vineyards, this market town developed in the mid-13th century. A hundred years later it joined the Chianti league and its emblem was the black cockerel, still found on DOC bottle labels.
Barberino Val D’Elsa
lies in the heart of Tuscany between FLORENCE and SIENA. It is an area that simply pulsates with history and legend Its a visible history owing to the diffusion of the numerous existing architectural remains.
Vinci, the town of Leonardo
Immersed in the greenery, among vineyards and olive groves. Vinci is situated on the slopes of the Montalbano, delightful hilly massif among the provinces of Florence, Pistoia and Prato.
Leonardo was born in Vinci on15th April 1452 in a locality called Anchiano.
The Leonardo Museum is definitely worth a visit.
Pets not allowed.-
Puedes cancelar hasta 7 días antes del viaje y recibir un reembolso del 50 %, más las tarifas de servicio.