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Easter at Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort offering “150 years of Italy in a drop of oil”

On March 17th, 1861 King Vittorio Emanuele II, approving the ratification by Parliament, proclaimed the unification of Italy. A hundred and fifty years from that important event also Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resortwants to celebrate this anniversary by offering a very special package dedicated to our guests.The package 150 years of Italy in a drop of oil is valid for stays from 18th to 26th April 2011: as you know Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort will reopen on 1st April and so we decided to merge the upcoming Easter celebrations with those for the Unification of Italy.

The offer includes accommodation in a superior double room, including breakfast, dinner at our restaurant L’Olivaia with four courses to choose from our Grand Carte and a relaxing massage with extra-virgin olive oil, flavored with herbs.

The package is available at the special price of  €150 per person.

“150 years of Italy in a drop of oil” includes all of our free services, such as rental of mountain bike to explorethe surrounding hills, the ability to take advantage of our large park, where there is a playground for children, or the use of our wonderful swimming pool where you can enjoy the first rays of spring sunshine in peace.

If you want to celebrate the unification of Italy with us do not miss this opportunity: choose to spend the Easter treating yourself in a relaxing break in the hills of Mugello.

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