Pescia & surroundings

Be the protagonist of a fairy tale for a day: Pinocchio's Park, in Collodi, is within walking distance. At 5km from the Villa there is an untouched area of beauty also known as the “Swiss pesciatina”, full of ancient castles and tiny picturesque villages. Other charming little town, such as Montecarlo, Uzzano, Buggiano and Montecatini, are no more than a 15-minute drive. The well-known Versilia beaches, Viareggio and Forte dei Marmi, are also conveniently located in the proximity of Pescia. Lucca is only 15 km away and besides the magnificent town, it is also possible to visit the wonderful renaissance Lucchesi Villas, or explore the Garfagnana area. Florence, Pisa and Siena are less than an hour’s drive from Pescia and they are also accessible by train. During the summer months, many music festivals take place in the area, for example, the famous Puccini festival of Torre del Lago. For those who enjoy shopping, numerous Designer Outlets are located in the area.

Thermae

How many time have you thought " Oh, I wanna spend all day just to relax me!" ?

So here we are, this is the answer: Grotta Giusti.

A beautiful spa, just few km from the Villa, where you can receive everything for relax yourself. You can start your welfare day in the open 37degree swimming pool with hydromassage underwater. How your day can be better? Simple, with the spectacular massage and the ingress to the Millenium cave for the famous "bagno a vapore". Do you want more? Go to the SPA and you'll be surprise of the all amazing options they have for make you fell like a king or queen ( spa treatments) ! And if you are with us, you'll receive a discount on the price! This is fabulous, isn't it?

 

 

Agriturismo

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Pescia, the city that you do not expect!

A real little town full of art and history.

Pescia, acrossed by the river, has medieval origins. It may surprise you for all the historical palaces and the elegant church that, actually, are characteristic of the old town. The "Duomo", the S.Francesco church, Palazzo della Podesta and the Gipsoteca are just little example of all you can find here!

Piazza Mazzini is full of shops and "botteghe" and on Saturday morning you can even find the typical Italian market!

Is not enough for you? Come on the frist weekend on September, when the city turns to host the Palio: you will be surprise to see the final battle between the different Rioni.

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The Via Francigena in Tuscany

It's a n ancient route that leads to Rome from France

The Tuscan section of the Via Francigena covers 354 km that can be crossed on foot by bike and on horseback. more