Prestigious Country Villa near Siena


Traditional villa for a country chic occasion in central Italy

Set high on a hill looking out at the Tuscan stretch of countryside around Siena, this 17th century villa is the right venue for a high-end, memorable celebration in Tuscany. Everything here has a rich story to tell from the glorious past of this villa, which makes this place extra special. 

The lovely, scenic gardens filled with elegant statues and topiary designs set the mood for an elegant, glamorous event straight out of a fairytale book

Nested in the Tuscan countryside landscape, and embellished by the local olive groves and cypress trees, the property is a staple venue for outdoor weddings.


Event options for your day

The pool area situated at the end of a cypress tree-lined alleyway allows great views of the city and its surroundings. Make your choice between the outdoor reception spots, and the intimate wine cellars of the villa.

Symbolic weddings and religious blessing are usually celebrated in the gardens, while many catholic and civil locations in the city of Siena can be an alternative to your ceremony.


  • 86 sleeps
  • up to 100 guests
  • 2 hours drive from Pisa airport
  • minimum accommodation is for 3 nights

The beauty of simple life

Gentle hills covered with green fields, vineyards and olive groves, where villages made of small stone appear on top with their typical parishes and countryside homes. The mild mountain peaks rich of woods, water and game sit at the heart of Tuscany, from where you can redirect your journey to other gorgeous destinations.

A quintessential image of Tuscany including all its green, forests, castles, vineyards, and famous cypress trees that takes the name of Chianti. Such an inspiring paradise that many foreigners have chosed as their home in the last decades, marking this land up in the real estate market and, for those who still can, making the dream of a Tuscan residence in the Chiantishire come true.

Good to know:

  • 8 km > Siena
  • 76 km > Arezzo
  • 80 km > Florence
  • 44 km > San Gimignano
  • 57 km > Volterra
  • 45 km > Montalcino
  • 100 km > Castiglione della Pescaia
  • 240 km > Rome
  • 370 km > Milan
Recreational activities

Hills, wine and history

Welcome to the Chianti hills! Driving along the minor roads connecting the small villages to bigger towns is one of the main attractions encouraging visitors to come over and stop in the many Tuscan treasures scattered around. Take the example of the scenic Chiantigiana route, what an experience! Keep your camera handy as there are hundreds of picturesque hidden corners to capture on your way to the next winery. 

Stopping along the way will give you the chance to visit must-see Tuscan parishes like Greve, Castellina and many more. It's easy to get lost in the winding alleys of these hamlets, and find your way back after hitting a shop full of wine bottles, or a traditional butcher's shop where you can stock up on cold cut meats and local charcuterie to die for. Vegetarians can experience the same excitement with the cheese produced in this area, so there is definitely something for every taste!

Keep busy with:

  • Driving on the hills
  • Taking a walk in the woods
  • Wine and cheese degustation
  • Sampling local specialties
  • Visiting the famous Piazza in Siena