Mount Falterona, which represents the northern border of Casentino valley, has also been quoted by Dante Alighieri in his Divine Comedy: “... a streamlet that is born in Falterona, and not a hundred miles of course suffice it...”. The streamlet which Dante referred to is Arno, the most important Tuscan river. Casentino, whose landscape is extremely varied, since includes forests – on the mountain area – plains and sweet valleys, is located on the Northern area of the province of Arezzo. It is the perfect tourist destination for all those who want to spend a relaxing holiday in contact with nature: among all the places you shouldn't miss out to visit in Casentino, we recommend the Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona, Campiglia National Park.
Location: the farmhouse, 550 metres above sea level, isilocated at Poppi, in a beautiful panoramic position, overlooking the splendid valley and particularly the famous Castle of the Conti Guidi.
The Relais is elegant, welcoming and environment-friendly, an ideal base for those seeking peace, good taste and comfort but wishing also to explore the many - and as yet largely undiscovered - riches offered by the Casentino:
The Bed & Breakfast is an enchanting stone cottage, typical of the traditional Tuscan countryside of 18th century.
Location: the villa (355 sqm) is a beautiful Tuscan Manor house on a lovely estate in the hills between Arezzo and Florence. Description:
Location: the structure is located just 12 km from Arezzo, in the plain north of the Municipality of Capolona approaching the Casentino valley.
The farmhouse is an attractive rural village stood on an old monastery, it is on the boundaries of National park of Camaldoli’s forest, Falterona mount and Campigna.
Set deep in the heart of Tuscany, just some 50 Km from Florence, Arezzo and 100 Km from Siena, lying at the centre of a National Park of the Casentinesi Forests, you will find the Agriturismo, open all year around.