Podere Sant'Antonio dates back to 1750 - 1850 when it was part of a traditional historic farming estate
An agriturismo inside an historic residence with a large garden, just 1 km from the sea. There is a conference room, a farm museum and a library with books from the 1200s.
Set in the hills, with a view of San Miniato al Tedesco, the farmhouse offers bedrooms, apartments, its own produce, chlorine-free pool, fishing and relaxation.
700 m from riding schools, in the hills surrounded by organic crops, among nature with pathways for walking and cycling. Typical cuisine, oil, cereals and vegetables.
Ancient farm-house on the hills of San Miniato al Tedesco offers accommodation in rooms.
Big farmhouse of the 18th century. It's a sort of symbol of the typical Tuscany construction which dominates the valley, in the midway between Pisa and Florence.
Located not far from the coast is the ideal place to spend an holiday into a fauna protection park.
An agriturismo set on the charming Tuscan hills covering nearly 55 hectares of pasture organically cultivated.
In the hills, a few km from the sea, a relaxing corner where guests can feel at home after exploring cities of art and medieval hamlets. Swimming pool with whirlpool.
Agriturismo is a truly working farm in a beautiful setting with spectacular views all around.
An organic farm with typical cuisine using the farm's own and other zero mile produce. Riding centre with jumps and round pen for lessons with ponies available for children.
An old farm turned into a farm holidays inside of a farm, 10 km from the Thyrrhenian coast.
Located on a hill, overlooking the marvelous sea and unforgettable sunsets. Welcoming settings with exposed wooden beams and terracotta flooring. Only 25 minutes from Livorno.
A residence plunged into the Tuscan bush, 4 Km from the sea, offers 12 apartments tastefully furnished.
In a natural park, there is a beautifully restored farmhouse between Volterra and San Gimignano, which offers a glimpse of the landscape and culture of the province of Pisa.
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