Glorious maritime republic in the Middle Ages, the province of Pisa is now known everywhere for the leaning tower of Pisa built in a square that is so beautiful it is called Piazza dei Miracoli. But there are many other wonders: the crags on which Volterrais built, Medieval town of Etruscan origin, the truffles of San Miniato, the Park of San Rossore, home to one of the most importantracecourses in Italy, the Certosa of Calci and the events which revive old traditions. Whether for a weekend or a week, choose the property you prefer from among the farmhouses, holiday homesand bed and breakfasts we offer.
Location: situated in the green heart of Tuscany, this farmhouse is split up into various apartments sleeping up to a maximum of 5 people. Description:
Location: this completely renovated 19th Century farmhouse is situated ammongst the lush, green hills in the lovely province of Pisa, near Volterra and San Gimignano.
Location: situated in the heart of Tuscany, between Volterra and San Gimignano, a few hundred metres away from the town of Cedri.
Location: the holiday farm is situated in Tuscany in the heart of the Pisan hills along the road wich links Pisa with San Gimignano.
Location: the farmhouse is situated to the border with the province in Siena, absorbed in the nature to little distance from small sites of archaeological and naturalistic interest.
Situated above a glorious natural valley, allowing you so watch over the evocative scenery and discover old Etruscan settlements, towers and castles set against clear blue skies.
The farmhouse is located on the hills near Pisa, 25 Km far from the Thyrrenian Sea, surrounded by the pristine landscape of the Tuscan countryside.
Ancient country house, It offers 9 comfortable flats (which sleep from two to four people) funny furnished and equipped with all accessories, with private entrances and indipendent central heating.
Location: the farmhouse overlooks the valley of river Era, a tributary of river Arno, few kilometres far from Volterra, in the middle of hills, golden with wheat, vineyards and olive
June in Pisa
Luminara, Pisa, Old Town, June 16
At night the riversides of the city shine with the light of thousands of candles placed on the balconies and windows of the houses and on the river. Fireworks conclude the evening.
Historical Regatta of San Ranieri, Pisa, Arno river, June 17
Arno regatta involving four districts of Pisa
Gioco del Ponte, Pisa, Ponte di Mezzo, the last Sunday of June
A costumed procession parades along the riverside and introduces the historic battle on the Ponte di Mezzo between two rival factions of the city (Tramontana and Mezzogiorno).
Lari, The last weekend of May and first week of June
This festival, among the oldest in Italy, offers the opportunity to taste the delicious cherries of this area.
Volterra, Old Town, July
Sagra del pinolo
Pisa, Basilica di San Piero a Grado, July
Pine nut lovers get a chance to try them in different dishes.
Volterra A.D. 1398
Volterra, Old Town, week of August
If you want to know what life was like in the Middle Ages, this event is for you. The past is brought back to life in the streets and squares of Volterra, where artisans, jugglers, nobles, commoners and musicians, all in fourteenth-century costume, come together. Products can be purchased with the "grosso volterrano" and if you want you can try any typical trades of the time, from shop-boy for the blacksmith to assistant of the executioner.
Festival Anima mundi
Pisa, Piazza dei Miracoli, from September to October
Piazza dei Miracolibecomes the stage for big concerts of classical music.