A cypress-lined road winds its way up through olive groves to an iron gate; passing through, the visitor sees before them a traditional Tuscan farmhouse, the Agriturismo Mille e un Ulivo . The house sits high in the slopes of the Montalbano hills, providing a glorious view of the inimitable Tuscan landscape.
From 1500-1600, this region was the hunting preserve of the Medici family. Its attraction can be seen even today, where vineyards and olive groves nestle alongside wilder wooded tangles of holm-oaks (ilex) and chestnuts.
The Agriturismo Mille e un Ulivo has been sympathetically restored using traditional building materials in order to preserve its harmony with the landscape. It is immersed in a landscape in which the eye gazes over vineyards and olive groves, and across the plains to the valley of the river Arno.
Whether for a holiday or only a weekend get-away, guests at Mille e un Ulivo can choose between two apartments, both furnished in traditional Tuscan style. The farmhouse is ideally located for exploring an area famous for its art and culture, or for relaxing by the swimming pool under the olive trees or sipping an aperitif on the terrace.