Experiences in Tuscany

The art of living requires a subtle balance between leisure and wellness as natural expressions of Being. The search for harmony and the joy of living with curiosity drives us to discover ever new destinations where the unique features, the genius loci, create for us unforgettable memories. Discover our exclusive experiences and treat yourself to an unforgettable holiday in Tuscany.

  • 5 Terre

    The charm of the hill overhanging the sea a wonderful choreography that seems to have been designed by a romantic painter who traced an extremely intense painting, a treasure, vaunt of the Province of La Spezia, destination for tourists from all over the world.
  • 5 Terre with private Yacht

    The Rio 950 Cruiser has all its spaces optimized to make your day on the boat comfortable with a large sundeck at the bow, a comfortable aft cockpit with a table that can be transformed into a surprising sundeck! 
  • Carrara Marble Quarries

    When driving along the west coast of Tuscany just north of Pisa, you will see jagged Alps rising steeply from the narrow strip of land, glistening majestically. These are the Alpi Apuane, or Apuan Alps, mountains that gleam as though cloaked with snow all year round. 
  • Il Bottaccio Cooking Class

    Join us for a ‘hands on’ Masterclass at Il Bottaccio – an exclusive opportunity to work with two chefs from the Il Bottaccio team in producing a beautiful seasonal menu.
  • Forte dei Marmi

    In Italian Forte dei Marmi means “Fort of the marbles”. The town takes its name from the fortress that rises in the middle of the main square, built under Grand Duke Peter Leopold, who was to become Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor, in 1788.
  • Pietrasanta, the city of Art

    Pietrasanta, is a historic medieval and artistic town in northern Tuscany sometimes called the City of the Artists or Small Athens for its marble studios and monuments.
  • Pisa

    Although it is worldwide famous due to its Leaning Tower, the city of Pisa also has many other great attractions and amazing characteristics to offer. Pisa is one of the most important historic Italian areas and one of the most visited years around as well.
  • Lucca and Montecarlo

    “ Lucca…a compact and admirable little city, the very model of a small pays de Cocagne, overflowing with everything that makes for ease for plenty, for beauty, for interest and good example” (Henry James, “Italian Hours”) .
  • The Renaissance Florence

    The best-know site and crowning architectural jewel of Florence is the domed cathedral of the city, Santa Maria del Fiore, known as The Duomo. Filippo Brunelleschi built this magnificent dome.
  • San Gimignano, the Manhattan of the Middle Age

    San Gimignano rises on a hill (334m heigh) dominating the Elsa Valley with its towers. Once the seat of a small Etruscan village of the Hellenestic period (200-300 BC) it began its life as a town in the 10th century taking its name from the barbarian hordes.
  • Golf Club 18 Holes

    A course nestled like a diamond between the Apuan Alps and the sea, designed by the famous Venetian architect Marco Croze.
  • Horse Trekking

    Monte Brugiana is located in the heart of the Apuan Alps, surrounded by nature, in a wonderful atmosphere, near the crest of the Apuan Alps and overlooking the nearby Versilia.
  • Visit and Wine Tasting Ornellaia

    WINE TASTING This private wine tasting tour, can be reserved for 10.30am or for 3.00pm; averaging 3 hours in length, it takes in our vineyards and winemaking facility, and concludes with a guided wine tasting.