“Hills of Tuscany, with their famous farms, villas, villages that are almost cities, in the most moving countryside that exists.”
Where to go, what to see…
Do you want to visit some of the most important art sites of the world?
Firenze is 26 km near with the famous museums Uffizi, Galleria dell’accademia, Bargello and so on.
Palaces from well known families as Medici, Antinori, Strozzi, monumental churches like the Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore, Santa Croce, San Miniato del Monte and a lot of other highlights.
We can help you to find out how to reach with public transports from Greve in Chianti or Figline Valdarno.
Siena, San Gimignano, Pisa, Lucca, Livorno, Arezzo, Volterra – all cultural locations you can visit in a day-tour starting from Villa Buonasera.
In the evening the peace of Villa Buonasera is waiting for you, after a long cultural day, come back to silent, scent of flowers and the refreshing pool.
Our main village, Greve in Chianti, only 8 km far from Villa Buonasera, offers concerts, markets, museums, a beautiful “piazza”, Restaurants.
There you can hire a bike to discover in another way the beauty of the Chianti-hills.
Take a walk in our forest “behind the factory”, also cool in high summer, visit sunbathed vineyards, chill in your private garden, cook some typical Tuscan food in your kitchen, visit restaurants, let prepare us some accompaniment to our wines, as cold cuts, cheese, bread with olive-oil. Water from our own spring is free for our guests.
Where to go
Our suggestions to visit the area
Firenze is a typical renaissance city, rich of history and art. Founded by ancient Italian people in a valley at the river Arno, surrounded by the green hills of Chianti with cypress trees, vineyards and olive groves.
Saena Julia is the antique name, which the imperator Augusto gave to Siena, the ancient Etruscan settlement…
You can find marvelous monuments from medieval times
The leaning tower of Pisa, well known across the globe is not the only attraction of this place: Together with the cathedral, the Baptistery and the monumental Cemetery this site was called from Gabriele D’Annunzio “miracoli” – miracles. And also today we call it “Piazza dei miracoli”.
The original Chianti area you find between Firenze and Siena, dominated by vineyards, olive groves and forests.