• Closest village Castelfiorentino 3 Km - 10 minutes drive
• Closest commercial and private airport Florence 40 km - 40 minutes drive
• San Gimignano 23 Km - 35 minutes drive
• Volterra 44 Km - 50 minutes drive
• Florence 44 Km - 50 minutes drive
• Siena 55 Km - 1 hour drive
• Pisa 60 Km - 1 hour and 15 minutes drive
• Lucca 60 Km -1 hour and 15 minutes drive
Things to do
• Golf in the prestigious Castelfalfi Golf Club (27 holes) 15 km
• San Gimignano is a beautiful walled town halfway between Florence and Siena, is famous for its fascinating medieval architecture and towers that rise above of all the other buildings offering an impressive view of the city from the surrounding valley. There are a handful of museums and galleries, but the town's main attractions are its architecture and atmosphere. The unique collection of towers and the winding lanes make it a charming destination to visit
• Volterra a jewel of Etruscan, Roman, Medieval and Renaissance art. Stroll down the historical center, step back in time and enjoy the timeless atmosphere that surrounds the town. Taste its typical products and visit the handicraft workshops, especially alabaster hand-made objects, which Volterra is famous worldwide for.
• Florence - One of the most beautiful cities in Italy and center of Italian Renaissance. Florence has an attractive historic centre, with some interesting architecture, including fine Renaissance palaces and the famous shop-covered bridge, the Ponte Vecchio. There are Prada, Guici, Armani, Yves Saint Laurent and Miu Miu outlets on the road towards Florence
• Siena - Surrounded by olive groves and the vineyards of Chianti, Siena is one of the most beautiful cities of Tuscany. The Piazza del Campo stands at its heart, and the Duomo and St Maria della Scala serve as additional cultural landmarks. Famed for the "Palio", the annual historic horse-races that take place on 2 July and 16 August. In addition to the bustling daily life of the streets and squares of the city, Siena offers many cultural events, concerts, cinema, theatre and a wide range of sporting activities.
• Pisa - The Leaning Tower has made Pisa famous all over the world, and in addition to the tower, the city offers many other interesting things to see and do. Pisa's principal tourist attractions are grouped together in the Campo dei Miracoli, the Field of Miracles. Elsewhere in Pisa you can wander peaceful streets, admire the town's palazzi and university buildings, shop in the market areas, and admire bridges and churches.
• Lucca is often whispered of as a secret gem, an alternative to the high-season tourist madness of Florence, or Rome. A town still encircled by its wall, it is full of pastry shops and bicycles. This almost perfectly preserved jewel of medieval architecture and buildings, emanates charm and shows layers of history from every corner of its narrow winding streets.
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