The town of Volterra is popular destination that should be mentioned alongside the more well known Tuscan towns of Florence, Siena and Pisa. You will find everything within the town's medieval walls including 25 restaurants and just as many cafés, leaving you spoilt for choice.
The farm dates back to the 1700s and produces wines using famous Tuscan grapes such as Sangiovese, Trebbiano and Malvasia. They also produce a virgin olive oil using the traditional pressing method with fantastic results. Both the wine and olive oil are available to buy from the reception.
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Take some time out at the lovely swimming pool surrounded by olive trees with sun loungers and parasols, overlooking the valley below. You will find that the garden is spacious and there is also a barbeque where you can cook, and garden furniture for every apartment. The apartments on the ground floor have a table and chairs outside the door, whereas the first floor apartments have furniture in the garden. It should be mentioned that a road runs behind the farm, but you don't have to worry too much about the noise since only a few locals use it. Should you fancy a walk on the beach, it is approximately 45 km from the fine sandy beaches of Marina di Cecina.
All of the nine apartments are well equipped and have a telephone, a television and a kitchen with a refrigerator and independent heating system for the cold seasons. There is also free wireless internet in the reception area.