If you dream of a weekend long wedding in Tuscany this spectacular countryside Tuscan mansion ticks all boxes.
Not far from the sea, less than an hour drive from Pisa international airport this Medieval hamlet is a fabulous setting for countryside Tuscany weddings.
It offers plenty of different settings for the wedding day and for arranging other satellite events like for example an informal welcome dinner, a typical Italian pizza party or a fun pool party.
Outdoor, the available areas are plenty starting from the large main terrace occupying the entire length of the mansion and two other terraces leading down to the charming swimming pool where the night party is usually set.
The interior in typical Tuscan style is divided into two halls where it is possible to accommodate up to 150 people; on the lower floor the stunning Barricaia (barrel cellar) can be used for a suggestive and amazing DJ set.
The main villa has 17 rooms, all original and furnished with the typical style of the Tuscan historical residences. Equipped with every comfort and all with an en-suite bathroom can accommodate up to 45 people in different kind of rooms.
Not far from the hamlet a holiday villa can accommodate other 14-18 people.
A perfect wedding weekend in Tuscany
This splendid venue is in the middle of a vast estate; from the main gate a well-kept rural road surrounded by an unspoiled nature drives you up to the side of the hill where the little borgo is located.
The road is guarded by rows of trees and the expectation raises along the way. When you arrive at the mansion the wow! effect is granted by the scenic view that sweeps over the countryside.
The historical hamlet, intact in its architecture, is immersed in an idyllic landscape typical of the most authentic Tuscany countryside, among green hills, agricultural fields, vineyards and olive groves.
A total immersion in the beauty of an uncontaminated landscape; the gaze that finally contemplates the gentle curves of the Tuscan hills surrounding the property.
At the centre of the vast estate, the eighteenth-century Villa stands out, welcoming the guests in the halls at the ground floor and in the large corridor on the first floor where most of the rooms are located.
Natural frame for the medieval village, the ancient church is one of the most suggestive architectural elements of the venue.