Farmhouse in Chianti - Villa in Toscana - Casa La Colombaia Farmhouse in Tuscany

Our Agriturismo is located in the small village of "LUCIGNANO", near the little countrytown of MONTESPERTOLI, in the true CHIANTI AREA.

Our full address is:
CASA LA COLOMBAIA - Vvia di Lucignano 27
Loc. Lucignano, Montespertoli (Firenze).

The little town of Montespertoli is well-known in Tuscany as the "city of wine" and in fact in this area the best Chianti wines DOCG and DOC are producted. Our farm as well is renowned for its wines and extra-virgin olive-oils, which quality is certified.

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Florence: 25 min
Florence is the capital of Tuscany and it is crossed by the Arno river. Florence contains an exceptional artistic treasure. Cimabue, Giotto, Brunelleschi, Donatello, Masaccio, the Della Robbia brothers, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo: their works, along with those of many generations of artists up to the masters of the present century, are gathered in the city's many museums. In Florence, thanks to Dante Alighieri, the Italian language was born. Up to the time of Charlemagne, Florence was a Town of Studies and Universities. Today it includes many specialized institutes and is an international cultural center.

Siena: 50 min
Situated in the heart of Tuscany, this town is built on three hills, maintaining intacted its medieval appearance characterized by narrow winding streets and noble buildings. Of Etruscan origin, it is a city of art treasures and of studies, a medioeval jewel unspoilted by the Time, with its small alleyways towers, churches, palaces and a hundred other splendid monuments embraced by a dreamy atmosphere. Siena is the city of the PALIO. The PALIO takes place twice a year: on July 2 and on August 16. The 17 "contrade" into which the city is divided compete in it, wearing their traditional costumes and carrying their emblems.

San Gimignano: 35 min
A full circle of fortified walls surrounds the town, still laid out according to the original course of the Francigena route which crosses it from north to south and with the old road to Florence crossing it from east to west. At the top of the hill on which San Gimignano was built, two main squares are laid out: Piazza della Cisterna, that is a triangle surrounded by tower houses, and Piazza del Duomo, that is where power was concentrated in the municipal tower and the cathedral. The many towers are the main attractions of San Gimignano, a town preserved in tact for our enjoyment in all its Medieval glory and harmony.

Pisa: 50 min
Pisa's four major buildings - the Duomo , its most famous Bell-tower (which almost immediately slipped to become the "Leaning Tower"), the Baptistry and the monumental cemetery of the Camposanto - were built on a broad swathe of grassy lawn, just within the northern walls of the city. Nowhere else in Italy are the key buildings of a city arrayed with such precision, and nowhere is there so beautiful a contrast of stonework and open meadow. However, the turf rests on highly unstable sandy soil, which accounts for the tower's lean; take a look at the baptistry and you'll see that it leans the other way from the tower.

Volterra: 70 min
Volterra still retains its strong medieval character, charm and atmosphere. Its isolated position has impeded any progressive development. The defensive wall built in the 13th century was the result of an urban development that began in the year 1000 and was completed at the beginning of the 14th century. In the 15th century the city was reduced to a castrum which developed around the early church of Santa Maria (the cathedral) and the Pratus Episcopatus (Piazza dei Priori).

Lucca: 60 min
Lucca is a splendid town in the heart of Tuscany. Its major monuments are the sixteenth century walls which, with their length of 4200 metres, completely surround the city-centre. This majestic construction took over a century to be completed. Its memorable promenade is something unequal and unrepeatable. Another wonderful artistic construction is the XIV century Guinigi's Tower with its olm-oak tree on top. We also like to mention the XV century Cathedral of San Martino with its particular facade. And finally the San Michele church which was built on a beautiful square considered the real center of the city.

Arezzo: 80 min
Arezzo is situated in the south-eastern part of Tuscany, encircled by four magnificent valleys: the Val Tiberina, Casentino, Valdarno and Valdichiana. It was one of the most important cities of the Etruscan federation, and in Roman times it also held a prominent position among the cities of the Italian peninsula. Over the centuries the land of Arezzo has given birth to illustrious men, most notably G. C. Mecenate, adviser to Augustus and protector of culture and of important artists. Art has always played a prominent role in the life and culture of Arezzo with artists such as Francesco Petrarca, Piero della Francesca, Masaccio and Michelangelo.



Agriturismo Casa La Colombaia - via Lucignano 27, Montespertoli (Firenze)
Cell.: +39 339 6929289 - Tel.: +39 0571 659150 / 0571 659157
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