Team Building

Medieval Village in Tuscany

Gargonza is an ideal place for corporate meetings, product launches, corporate team building.

The conference rooms are also inside the village as are the lounges and meeting spaces. Gargonza has been for 250 years an agricultural community dedicated to the typical products of our land. From the agricultural outbuildings, meeting rooms of various sizes have been obtained, suitable for both plenary meetings and smaller meetings.

An agricultural community has therefore been replaced by a community that is no longer permanent, but by people who seek in Gargonza the place where they can recreate themselves in a community form for a specific purpose: the sharing of objectives, aggregation to get to know each other better.

In this regard we can take advantage of the 500 hectares of woodland on the estate for outdoor activities such as mountain bike rides, walking, horse riding, treasure hunts. In Gargonza we also organize cooking contest and culinary team building activities using our Tuscan recipes and our old wood-burning ovens.

We also organize cooking themed team building courses in collaboration with our restaurant La Torre di Gargonza.
Please contact us by phone or email:

  • Culinary team building
  • Wine tasting competition
  • CSI at the Castle
  • Team building with role-playing games
  • Castle Assault
  • Team games in the pool area

Spaces available

Our Rooms


Salone del Frantoio – posti 140, mq 155
Sala Carraia – posti 20, mq 40
Soggiorno con bar  – posti 20, mq 93


Sala del Telaio – posti 20, mq 85
Stalla di Boccio – posti 10/15, mq 32


Sala per Breakfast e Bar – posti 100


All’aperto per cocktail di benvenuto, coffee break, ecc

If you can’t find room on line or you need a special quotation, do not hesitate to contact us also in reference to an event, a wedding, or a team building activity.

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