VILLAGES, CASTLES AND VILLAS
Once upon a time, in a remote valley, there was a castle…
Forts, towers and ancient churches mark the horizon and top the hills: witnesses and sentinels of the Valdicecina
Ancient defence systems and castles erected on Etruscan and Roman remains, remote monasteries for those who in the past searched for spirituality and silence, thick woods and green maquis: these are the elements of the itinerary in discovering a still remote Tuscany that includes Micciano, Libbiano, Montegemoli, Serrazzano, Lustignano and San Dalmazio.
The villages of Valdicecina
The superb but silent small villages in the valley are the witnesses of the richness of a lively land bursting with possibilities.
Often located over the valleys and inhabited since ancient times; these lands were chosen for their natural defensive characteristics and are home to ancient castles. The small villages of Valdicecina delight you with treasures of art and culture.
Animated by a succession of folk initiatives, festivals and art festivals, they offer unmissable opportunities to experience the most authentic Tuscany and the generous hospitality of our people who will always welcome you.
Whether you are looking for relaxation and good food, art and history, experiencing the outdoors… or all the above come to our villages, immerse yourself in our intact woods and nature reserves that will beckon you during every season of the year.
Villas and farms in Valdicecina
The age-old harmony between earth and men: this is the charm of the Tuscan countryside, to be discovered and experienced in every season of the year.
The land of Tuscany has always been cultivated, harsh but generous, and it is famous for its high quality products resulting from generations of knowledgeable farmers and breeders’ experience.
The villas and farms, the beautiful architectures that chisel the countryside, are today the heirs of the harmony and tastes of our traditions. All of which is reflected in the landscape – rows of vines and cypresses, olive groves, orchards, cultivated fields and herds at pasture – a partnership shaped by serene nature and the diligent work of man.