If you wish to explore Tuscany, the Cevoli Country Resort is the ideal starting point for visiting medieval villages, cities of art, vineyards and hills. Our staff will be happy to advise you on the best itineraries to discover the most beautiful region in the world.
Pisa and its uniquely beautiful Piazza dei Miracoli, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987, have always been a fundamental stop on any holiday in Tuscany. Millions of people come here from every corner of the world every year to try, with the help of perspective, to keep the leaning tower standing.
No one plans a visit to Tuscany without planning a visit to Florence: the city of the lily is a treasure trove of artistic treasures and the centre of a fervent vitality.
Lucca is one of Tuscany’s most beloved artistic cities, an unskippable part of any tour of the region. Nicknamed the town of a hundred churches on account of its incredible number of places of worship, it is unique among city-states for having maintained its independence up until 1847.
You can see Siena from afar, resplendent in its medieval harmony. The three hills on which it stands are the high points in an idyllic backdrop of arable fields, where the edges of the ancient city melt into a countryside which in places looks like the background to Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s painting Allegory of Good Government in the Palazzo Pubblico.
Food and Wine
Olive oil, wine, truffle and other culinary delights make up the excellence of Tuscan gastronomy. From the Tyrrhenian sea to the Apuan Alps there are plenty of itineraries for anyone who wants to combine culture attractions and natural beauty to discover the taste of Tuscany, a region renowned for its prosperity in food and wine products, so close to art and traditions.
Request information at the reception to follow these itineraries and visit cities of art, wineries, and typical Tuscan taverns where you can taste local products.