Easter Break at Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort

The long Easter weekend is your perfect moment to get away, to move from the chill damp of the long winter into a lovely spring.  And there’s no better place for the entire family to enjoy it than the Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort.  We’ve assembled a package just for you and your children: discover it all in the details below.
The very name,Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort, tells you who we are.  Key words are the finest olive oil and food, the beauty and nature around us, the perfect moment to relax. You’ll find them all here, and, for the three-day Easter weekend, we offer even more. It’s our big welcome to families and children.  We shall promise the perfect Easter weekend before you return to work and school.

For the holiday weekend, we’ve organized a special package for the entire family.  Here’s the deal:

  • Accommodations for three nights in one of our lovely restored superior double rooms, including our elegant breakfast buffet;
  • a traditional Easter dinner that will include a special food pairing of various fine olive oils;
  • an entrance ticket to one of the Florence treasure places, a choice of the Uffizi Gallery, the Accademia where Michelangelo’s David is so wonderfully displayed, the Boboli Gardens or the Palatine Gallery. You make your own choice.
  •  The gift of a train ticket to and from Florence; there will be no charge for children between the ages of 4 and 12.  This will include the buffet breakfast as well.

The three nights at Villa Campestri can open your spring moment, and revitalize you. You’ll immerse the family in wonderful walks through our park, dine elegantly in our traditional fine restaurant, L’Olivaia, and have the wonders of nearby Florence at your disposal.
Here’s how you can reserve for this special spring weekend!

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