There’s a place in the heart of the Mugello where nature enchants every season. It’s at the Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort. Come discover with us this marvelous place that’s made for family visits, is pet friendly, full of life, its heart pulsating with the best extra virgin olive oil and the superb kitchen of the L’Olivaia restaurant. The summer at Villa Campestri? An experience you won’t soon forget.
We all have our summer choices. There are those who cannot do without the sea, who enjoy lying about all day in the sun, dipping into the cool water and stretching out on the nearest chaise lounge.
Others choose to spend their vacations renewing an interest in art, in magical cities all over the world. And then there are those who choose to have it all, to relax in an atmosphere of natural beauty, to visit nearby museums and to top it all off with a dip in a delightful large refreshing swimming pool.
This is what we offer at Villa Campestri, a beautifully restored old villa, today a family resort that embraces you and your family with open arms, giving you the chance to abandon yourself to the total relaxation one deserves on vacation, with the added attraction of delicious traditional meals enhanced by the always fresh extra-virgin olive oil produced by your host Paolo Pasquali. For those who don’t like to just twiddle their thumbs, even on vacation, we provide will find a host of activities you can enjoy: courses of painting, wine tastings, cooking classes and so forth.
In the middle of the natural surroundings at Villa Campestri you’ll find the swimming pool, a splendid splash of blue inviting you to refresh and restore yourselves in the hottest moments of the summer days. As for surrounding areas of pure artistic culture, we’ve already written about the amazing heritage that characterizes nearby Vicchio and the Mugello hills. You can find all the special summer events taking place in August on our Facebook page.
If you’d like to reserve your place at Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort, here’s the page with special offers especially designed for your personal needs.
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The Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort Blog opens a new space dedicated to the recipes of chef Roberto Zanieri. Every last Thursday of the month we will present one of his delicious recipes, easy to prepare and inspired by the good tradition of Tuscany. Today we begin with “Cabbage mini-pie with cream of beans”.
Mugello is a beautiful Tuscan land where Villa Campestri stands, a land rich in traditions, history and nature. We want to lead you to discover the most beautiful villages in this area to visit the churches and the parish churches that are absolutely not to be missed. Here’s what to see and what to do […]
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