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Saturday, May 25, 2024


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Villa Pacinotti è is located on Poggio Montecuccoli, also the hilltop setting for the wonderful Romanesque
church of San Giovanni Evangelista

A medieval road that was once an important link between Tuscany and Emilia skirts the farmstead. By foot or by horseback it is still a useful route through oak and chestnut forests for reaching the Apennine ridge and the first leg of the Great Apennine Hiking, the GEA . Tourists can also reach the same ridge by car in 15 to 20 minutes along the SP 24 and visit the Biogenetic Nature Reserve of Acquerino, or the charming villages of L'Acqua, Lentula, Monachino and pause in any of them for food and refreshment.

At the foot of the farmstead lies the town of Pistoia wich provides beautiful Tuscan views by day, and even more spectacular views at night, when accompanied by the sound of crickets and the shimmer of glow-worms. 

Pistoia can be reached in a few minutes by car and offers interesting sights: a beautiful Piazza and Cathedral, the octagonal Baptistry, the medieval Town Hall and Law Courts, with their fascinating courtyards, the ancient "Ospedale del Ceppo" decorated by Della Robbia tiles, the Sala market with medieval shops, the Pulpit by Giovanni Pisano in St Andrew's, and the Art Museum with sculptures by Marino Marini...

villa pacinotti

An oasis of peace in the tuscan countryside

phone:  +39 057343473

mobil: +39 3475840382

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If you are visiting this website  you will  probably be curious to learn more about this place… 
This is a little paradise!” we often hear our guests say when they first come here.



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