Conveniently located 12 km (8 mi) from Castellina In Chianti, Italy in the tourist area "Chianti" and only 15 km (9 mi) from Greve In Chianti. Sicelle is a lovely property with shared pool and WiFi internet. Sicelle is a villa / farmhouse / home that has a total of ten separate apartments. The property can sleep up to 31 people comfortably in 15 bedrooms with 13 bathrooms. In nearby towns there are local shops where you can find fresh produce and other items. If you can't find what you need locally, there is a shopping center located 12 km (8 mi) from the property where you can purchase your food and essentials.
After arriving you will be greeted by the owner or manager where you’ll find a beautiful clean well-maintained property perfect for a relaxing vacation in Tuscany. For your pleasure you will find a pool where you can relax while enjoying a nice cold beverage after a busy day of sightseeing. Many people traveling with friends prefer a multi-unit holiday home where they can spend time together in the common areas, like the pool or garden, but still have their own private living quarters with bedroom and bathroom. In addition, each apartment has its own kitchen with plenty of utensils, tableware and cutlery.
Visit the Area
Most people enjoy visiting nearby cities and towns while on vacation, so for your reference this is a list of popular places with distances (as the crow flies) from the property: Greve In Chianti 15 km (9 mi), San Gimignano 34 km (21 mi), Florence 37 km (23 mi), Siena 52 km (32 mi) and Montalcino 88 km (55 mi). The highway is only 21 km (13 mi) from the villa and there is a train station 13 km (8 mi) away.
Some other major tourist destinations you should consider visiting are: Florence 37 km (23 mi), Viareggio 132 km (82 mi), Forte Dei Marmi 139 km (86 mi), Rome 287 km (178 mi), Venice 288 km (179 mi) and Milan 331 km (206 mi).
Check-In Time: 14:00 - 19:00
Check-Out Time: 08:00 - 10:00
Pool Open: 1 April - 20 October (If you'd like the pool open outside these dates, please make that request prior to booking)
Nearest Airports (distances as the crow flies): Firenze Peretola (Flr) 54 km (33 mi), Pisa (Psa) 97 km (60 mi), Bologna (Blq) 133 km (83 mi), Genova (Goa) 273 km (169 mi) and Venezia (Vce) 290 km (180 mi).
Well kept garden with swimming pool, children's area, tennis table, shared barbecue and a covered pergola with big table and chairs for outside dinner for big group.
According to recent statistics the word “Chianti” is, on all continents and at all latitudes, a synonym for Tuscany. There’s indeed no travel lover on this planet who has not heard about the famous Tuscan hills yet, where the most renowned red wine is produced: the Chianti, which we can easily recognize by its characteristic label of the black rooster (gallo nero).
For modern travellers “Chianti” is not only a geographic indication but also a word that describes a certain lifestyle, sober and elegant, a harsh and evocative landscape made of forests, vineyards and olive groves, a land that has given birth to famous personages, a land where every village is a little masterwork of architecture: from Greve to Panzano, from Castellina to Gaiole, from Radda to San Casciano, from Castelnuovo Berardegna to Vagliali.
Tuscan people are capricious and they have always been quarrelling about the Chianti: many identify it with the “Chianti Classico”, that is the area of production of the homonymous Docg wine; others instead indicate a wider area, but it’s always situated between the provinces of Florence and Siena.
And not by chance these two cities have fought against each other for centuries. But in reality the Chianti and his inhabitants have always had and still have their own, precise and independent identity, culture and way of thinking. Already in the 14th century they founded the “Lega del Chianti” (Chianti league), a military alliance which, on the pretext of ratifying the friendship with Florence, in reality guaranteed the unity of the territory. This territory is indeed very homogeneous regarding its history, its traditions, feelings and its way of speaking and cooking.
With the common denominator – wine – the kitchen of the Chianti sums up the gastronomic traditions of Siena (stew made of the Chianina beef) and Florence (the famous steak), the use of the extra virgin olive oil (the oil of the Chianti has got the label for the guarantee of origin “DOP”), the virtues of the robust, rural gastronomy and the famous cold meats of its VIP-butchers.
But the Chianti is also a territory which is rich in culture that can be discovered step by step wandering the little streets and exploring the numerous villages, castles and abbeys that are hidden behind every corner: from the abbey of Passignano to the enchanted village of Montefioralle, from the parish church of San Leonino to the castle of Brolio and up to the high grounds of Monteluco.
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Bus km 5
We suggest to have your own car