Via San Polo, 70, 52033 Caprese Michelangelo (Arezzo)
In San Polo, a small hamlet of the birthplace of Michelangelo, this medieval hamlet is also home to an ancient watchtower, offering beautiful views of the Tuscan Tiber Valley.
The farm produces extra virgin olive oil and rears Cinta Senese boar, just one of the high quality specialties served in the agriturismo's restaurant.
The hamlet, thought to date back to the Lombard era, has been renovated to blend original materials (wood, stone, terracotta) with modern comforts. There are 6 apartments available, in 3 different types: Granaio, Olivo and Cipresso have one bedroom; Torre and Casina have 2 bedrooms; Mirolago, the largest, is a true house for families and groups with 3 ensuite bedrooms, a mezzanine level to sleep 2 more, an additional bathroom, a kitchen, a private terrace and a large lounge. All apartments comprise fully-equipped kitchens, TVs, Wi-Fi and private outdoor space, and all bedrooms are ensuite.
The restaurant includes a lounge, a large room for events and meetings (with audio system, microphones and a projector) and a large terrace (approx. 200 m2) with scenic views of the valley. Guest also have access to a self-service laundry room, swimming pool, and the large garden with barbecue and pergola with tables and chairs for enjoying your delicious grilled meats.
The region is home to a host of CAI pathways (Club Alpino Italiano, Italian Alpine Club) to explore on foot or by mountain bike, starting from the farm, or why not take a drive to the top of Mount Faggeto (1414 m)? The area is also ideal for fishing, with excellent stock, places to practice various techniques and unspoilt waters. 3 km takes you to a sports centre with tennis courts.
In Caprese Michelangelo you’ll find the birthplace of Michelangelo and in the surrounding area you can visit monuments and typical hamlets. An hour by car takes you to Arezzo, the Casentino, Cortona, Perugia and Assisi.
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