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“A 5 senses Tuscan Experience” at Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort

A holiday at Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort is not just spend a few relaxing days in immersed in the wonderful Tuscan countryside, but it is a real experience that involves the person in all his perceptions. To enhance this aspect, we thought to offer “A 5 senses Tuscan Experience“: it is a true sensory journey that involves your touch, hearing, smell, sight and taste, giving you unique emotions.The offer includes a two night stay for two in an elegant superior double rooms with daily breakfast buffet and a variety of services to awaken your senses.

It begins with a wonderful relaxing massage with extra-virgin olive oil under old century olive trees in our olive grove, accompanied by birdsong and the gentle breeze blowing through the branches of the trees is a way to wake up touch and hearing.

To satisfy the taste, there is a delicious dinner for two at our restaurant L’Olivaia, based on our Olive Oil menu: extra-fine dishes made by our chef Roberto Zanieri all made with our extra-virgin olive oil we produce in our mill.

To satisfy your sense of smell, a sensory journey in the Oleoteca for experience the extra-virgin olive oil tasting, and to enliven the view will be a guided visit to our olive groves where you can plant two olive trees which will be given your name.

The price is € 285 per night for two people, and includes lots of complimentary services: the use of the swimming pool, where you can admire the valley of Vicchio, the 120 hectares park where you can lose yourself in picturesque walks in nature, free rental of mountain bikes, free wi-fi connection, panoramic terrace, play area for children.

In memory of your stay you will receive as gift a bottle of our fine extra-virgin olive oil.

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