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Dream wedding in the hills of Florence at Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort

Only a few weeks before the wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton: if you’re looking for an historical mansion where set your wedding, we recommend you to come to Tuscany, where you’ll find breathtaking scenery and ancient Renaissance villas: among these is Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort!Nestled in the hills of Mugello, 30 km from Florence, Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort has a small private chapel, perfect for an intimate ceremony with a few friends. If you’re planning a wedding in great style you can choose between our historical frescoed rooms, the panoramic terrace or our huge park with swimming pool.

For refreshment, the restaurant L’Olivaia is ready to accommodate all your guests with elegance and class, while our chef Roberto Zanieri will be happy to agree with you on the menu that best suits your needs, made with fresh local produce.

A wedding is not only a beautiful setting but also a serious work so that everything is perfect. Our twenty years of experience in organizing weddings will help to ensure that everything goes the right way. We will think to take care of every detail, from music to flowers, offering all necessary assistance.

If you will then give a touch of class to the original best day of your life, we recommend our favors: it is a 250 ml cans of our precious extra-virgin olive oil produced in our farm, personalized with the name of the bride and groom and the date of marriage. The can is coated with an elegant organza bag. A gift of taste that your guests will appreciate.

If you want to make your wedding special, we suggest you contact us by e-mail villa.campestri@villacampestri.it or call us at 055.8490107 and we will be glad to welcome you and give you all the necessary information.

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Black Cabbage mini-pie with cream of beans: Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort Recipes

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