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Easter in Tuscany: where to go and what to do

Tuscany is one of the Italian regions most visited by tourists from all over the world. Especially for its famous cities of art, historic villages and hills with characteristic vineyards, it can be defined as "the most beautiful postcard in Italy": every smallest village hides unique and unforgettable views, which are worth admiring and immortalizing.Read More

Arezzo: 10 things to see

Arezzo is one of the most famous Tuscan cities and, if you have decided to take a vacation in Tuscany, you should definitely include it in your itinerary. Although less famous than Florence, Siena and Pisa, it is a city that has a truly unique charm. Entering the historic center feels like taking a tripRead More

The giant cypress tree

This majestic cypress tree is located in front of “Le Ville” farmhouse inhabited until the 1960s and located along one of our trekking paths within the Gargonza estate. This cypress is more than 10 meters high has a trunk diameter of 3 meters. You can almost hide inside. And so did many people at the

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Discover Tuscany by Quad

Thanks to Quad Excursion Siena you can experience then Tuscan countryside with an adventurous activity. Discover the landscapes surrounding Gargonza in short time; from the Crete Senesi with the rolling hills and breathtaking views, up to the paths in the woods that from the Crete reach Gargonza and then look out over the olive groves

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Forest Therapy at Gargonza

Let us open to spring flavors and you can take advantage of a weekend in the tranquility and peace of Gargonza, you cannot miss enjoying a walk in our estate with Lauretta Mazza. Lauretta, like us, loves Gargonza and always comes to re-create herself in the quiet of our woods. Mindfulness teacher, Lauretta will take

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Castello di Gargonza Bike Tour

Spring in Gargonza is ideal for rediscovering nature and beyond. If you are an ebike enthusiast, you can take advantage of the marked trails in the 600-hectare wooded estate that surrounds Castello di Gargonza or use our interactive maps with QR codes and follow one of the 6 itineraries to discover this part of Val

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Hospitality tradition for almost 150 years…

Hospitality tradition for almost 150 years…while waiting for 2021, for the 700 years from the death of Dante Alighieri the famous italian poet who visited Gargonza in 1304. We like to remember the Marquis Bardo Corsi Salviati, the last descendant of the Corsi family who, thanks to the marriage of his daughter Francesca, passed the

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Via Clanis stages: here we are!

The GTValdichiana Association was born from the passion for trekking of a group of friends and from the experience gained from walking along the ancient paths which surround the Chiana Valley. A ring route of 180 km connects all the historical villages and cities of the Val di Chiana and the entire path name is

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5 cose da fare in Toscana a Gargonza con il sole

Quando splende il sole, la stagione estiva o invernale offre sempre tante opportunità ed idee per trascorrere il tempo quando si è in vacanza

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