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Nature holidays in Tuscany

Tuscan nature vacations of Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort

Tuscany is an amazing beautiful land, that’s why holidays in the Tuscan nature are a destination for tourists from all over the world. Sea and cypresses, Saracen towers and historic homes, Renaissance villages and a wine and food tradition that does not fear rivals. All in one land, between sea and mountain.

Nature holidays to get rid of stress

Things to do and are really many and all in the name of culture and traditions. But let’s not forget that Tuscany is synonymous with absolute nature and relaxation!

Choosing to make a vacation in the Tuscan nature brings great benefits to our psycho-physical well-being, allowing you to relieve stress and mind and body oxygen.

Walking in silence, the beauty of flowers, the calm of the small villages allow you to rediscover contact with nature and enjoy the slow rhythms of a healthy life.

Holiday at the seaside? Tuscany has so much to offer

Perhaps not everyone knows that Tuscany is the second Italian region, after Liguria, for the number of beaches awarded for water quality. Among them, those of Monte Argentario, a promontory full of crystal clear waterfalls where you can spend dream holidays surrounded by Tuscany’s nature.

Here’s where the Blue Flag beaches are:

  • Le Viste,
  • Cantoniera,
  • Moletto,
  • Caletta,
  • Bagni di Domiziano,
  • Soda,
  • Pozzarello,
  • Feniglia.

For a super relaxing holiday we recommend the beach of Cala Piccola, a delightful cove near Porto Ercole.

A few steps from the sea, there is also the Duna Feniglia Nature Reserve where it is possible to take long walks or bicycles and meet deer.

The only adjective to describe this stretch of tuscan coastline is Wonderful!

Mugello, a green paradise between nature and relaxation

The Mugello valley, just a few kilometers from Florence, is an ideal place to spend your holidays surrounded by Tuscan nature. History, culture and quality of service make it an undeniable destination for visitors from all over the world.

The Mugello landscape is rich and varied: from chestnut and olive groves, from wheat and sunflower cultivation, to woods populated by wild boars and roe deer.

Among the hills, cypresses and high mountains alternate the historic Medicean Villas, farmhouses and ancient villages populated by affable people and strongly linked to territory and traditions.

For those who love the mountain but regret the sea it’s possible to dive into the fresh waters of Lake Bilancino.

There are also beaches, bars, fishing opportunities and water sports, all surrounded by the beauty of a valley where the sparkling air is to breathe in full lungs.

And this is just the air you breathe at Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort, where every stay is a unique and rejuvenating experience.

For those seeking shelter from the warmth and the charm of the city, it’s the ideal place to get oxygenated in contact with nature.

So, we look forward to cuddle you during your holiday in Tuscany nature!

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