(Italiano) Chianti Classico Marathon 2019

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(Italiano) Cortesie per gli Ospiti nel Chianti

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L’Eroica Gaiole

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L’Eroica is a cyclist-historical race that, on the first Sunday of October, has been taking place for over twenty years along the dirt roads of the Chianti and the Crete Senesi, close Siena.

The term “Eroica” (from Hero) is not out of place: the route, along 209 km of which over 50% dirt roads, is faced (as per regulation) with iron bicycles built up to the early 80s, then with “hard” braking and braking approximate.
The differences in height are important and, in the continuous ups and downs typical of the Tuscan landscape, at the end of the tour there are 3,500 meters in height, climbed by the passionate cyclists, rigorously dressed in period clothing.

An experience of true fans, with well-trained “leg”, which start in the dark at 5.00 am and finish the tour no earlier than 4.00 pm
In reality, only very few can finish the long lap of L’Eroica in this record time. Often the return occurs after sunset and the last, exhausted, participants, also arrive at 20.00 or 21.00
To allow even the less gifted fans to experience the Eroica experience, even shorter routes were born over the years: from 130 km and therefore not to be underestimated if you are not well trained up to the 46 km of the “walks” that allow, with an appreciable dose of fatigue, to savor the beauty of the places and compete with the epic cycling of the years of Bartali, Coppi and then Mercx, Gimondi and others.
 

All routes start and arrive in Gaiole in Chianti, home of Giancarlo Brocci, creator and patron of the event.
While the “long” path has remained substantially unchanged since the first edition, the shorter ones have had several variations over the years and will probably still suffer in future editions.
This card highlights the layouts of the 2018 edition:

The places touched by the Eroica are those celebrated by the travel stories of tourists from all over the world, a paradise of curves, hairpin bends, exhausting climbs and breathtaking descents, interspersed with castles, parish churches and wonderfully preserved villages.
The route is extraordinarily well marked, with signs that stably (they are part of the normal road signs and therefore are visible throughout the year) indicate the turns and prevent it from getting lost.
 


We summarize the most important steps and turns:

Gaiole in Chianti
Castello di Brolio
Pianella
Radi
Castiglion del Bosco
Montalcino
Torrenieri
Lucignano d’Asso
Buonconvento
Asciano
Castelnuovo Berardenga
Vagliagli
Radda in Chianti
Gaiole in Chianti

Along the way there are numerous traits now become legendary, such as the terrible sequence of dirt ascents of Monte SS Marie or the endless Castiglion del Bosco.
The 78 km route also boasts the very hard, unpaved ascent of Lamole – Volpaia.

Also noteworthy are the fantastic food outlets distributed along the entire route where, without exaggerating and not being stuck by indigestion, it is possible to eat the most typical Tuscan dishes such as ribollita, cantuccini, panforte or quench their thirst with a glass of red wine. .

 

To get an idea of the spirit that animates this fantastic event, this beautiful video can be a valid help: https://youtu.be/jxvhqtCaDDs

Useful information:

Registration remains open for a few minutes, given the huge request for participation from fans around the world! The opening date of online registrations is announced in the previous winter, do not forget to stay in touch with the official organization so as not to risk staying out!
To consult the routes and for all other information www.eroicagaiole.it Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Eroica

In the Eroica week the participants (over 8,000 in the 2018 edition) from all over the world storm all the accommodation facilities in the area, so it is good practice to worry about booking a place not too far away so as not to be then forced to sleep in a car or tent.
Il Vichiaccio Country House is 38 km from Gaiole (40 minutes by car). Not just around the corner, but in a strategic position for those who, perhaps in a group or family, want to discover not only the cycling route but also the artistic and historical wonders of Florence (only 20 km) or Siena (45 km).

From Il Vichiaccio Country House it takes about 35 minutes to get to Gaiole, where you can park your car in one of the numerous parking areas set up for the event. We recommend using the large and scenic parking place in the hills, near the Castle of Spaltenna, a beautiful resort overlooking the valley.

The start of the 209 km long route takes place at 5.00 in the morning, the average lap at 6.30. In both cases it is important to have a lighting system that allows you to see and be seen until dawn.
Do not forget that the Eroica takes place on roads open to vehicular traffic!

For those who want to arrive in campers, the tiny parking area located in the center of the country is filled already from Tuesday. Alternative parking spots are opened on Friday afternoons in an industrial complex located in the village.
Additional places (for a fee), both for campers and tents, are available at the sports field, where comfortable showers can also be used.
Great (but about 400 meters from the center) the large parking near the Castle of Spaltenna

Finally, Massimo, cyclist and owner of the Vichiaccio Country House, also took part in the last edition of the Eroica.
Contact him by writing to his mail will not fail to provide useful advice and suggestions to those who want to try this epic venture.

 

 

Special rates Spring 2018

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An exceptional 15% discount on our rates to spend your holiday close to Florence, immersed in the vineyards of the Chianti area.

Book now our villas with the special offers “Spring 2018“!

 

At Vichiaccio Chianti Country House, an historic countryside hamlet, restored with passion and love, located at only 20 minutes from Florence and 40 minutes from Siena, you can spent your holiday away from the hustle and immersed in the vineyards of the Chianti area. Discover our Self catering Independent Villas  (Fienile and San Angelo) with private garden and exclusive jacuzzi.

If you book NOW your holiday in the period from May 10th to October  10th you can enjoy a special discount:
15 percent on the current rates!

Jacuzzi in the garden

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Off road in Tuscany

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Off road in Tuscany.


Thanks to the partnership with our partner OFF ROAD IN TUSCANY it will be possible to discover the beauties of our magical territory on board of a pair of Land Rover Defender 110 perfectly equipped for off road driving!

The routes designed for you by the Team of  Off Road in Tuscany are suitable for everyone, from the most experienced explorers to children, and will take you through the wildest and most uncontaminated nature to visit castles, ancient villages, abbeys and churches. On the way, it will be possible to visit some farms that will offer the possibility to taste typical products and local wines.
At the end of the day, the cozy rooms of Vichiaccio Country House will offer you the deserved relax, the Off Road in Tuscany headquarters is in fact a few km away ( 5 minutes) from Il Vichiaccio Country House

Several options offered by Off Road in Tuscany:

Action Tour : Adventurous route, specially designed for a first approach to off-road driving. Stop at Pian d’Albergo and return to the mountain path where the pilot and Defender will be tested.

On the Trail of the Marquis: Il tour inizia nel parco di Sammezzano, con il suo meravigliso castello ormai chiuso da 30 anni. Sosta alla Fattoria Montalbano, piccola realtà a conduzione familiare, con degustazione dei loro prodotti. Rientro su strada di montagna.

Extreme Tour: The tour begins in the park of Sammezzano, with its marvelous castle now closed for 30 years. Stop at Fattoria Montalbano, a small family-run farm, with tasting of their products. Return by mountain road.

On the road of L’Eroica: It starts from Gaiole in Chianti and  follow the routes of L’Eroica that wind through the Chianti area towards Siena and the Valdorcia, up to Montalcino, with numerous ups and downs and dirt roads for the racing bikes of the past but very fun to deal with your bikes or our new off-road bikes. The  Off Road in Tuscany Land Rover Defender 110 will accompany you and your family all the way, in which stops are planned for tastings of the best local products and baths at the natural spa.

Custom made tours: By sending your request, the staff of Off Road in Tuscany can design a personalized tour, taking into account your calendar, the number of participants and the level of difficulty.

It will also be possible to participate in a real FULL IMMERSION off road driving course.

Contact us by writing to info@chianti-tuscany.it or calling +39558344262 for more information on our partnership with Off Road in Tuscany and our off-road itineraries.

Chianti Classico Marathon 2018

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Mercatale Val di Pesa – Florence – the Chianti Classico Marathon 2018!


On 3 June 2018 the third edition of the Chianti Classico marathon.
The Chianti Classico Marathon, will take place in Mercatale Val di Pesa.
A very important appointment because it enhances our territory by offering the opportunity to individual competitors, groups and families of all countries to spend a holiday period combining it with a passion for sports.
The event:
Three routes, all starting and arriving from Piazza Vittorio Veneto, in Mercatale:
the ULTRA TRAIL of 43 km, the TRAIL of 21 km and the Nordic Walking of 10 km.

It is, in fact, a trail in a natural environment, through dirt roads, forest paths and countryside, along the river and parts of asphalt.

The route winds through the Chianti Classico vineyards, touching the new Cantine Antinori, the ancient Abbey of Badia a Passignano, the town of Greve in Chianti, the village of Montefioralle, the Castello di Verrazzano and the Castello di Gabbiano, just  few meters from the Vichiaccio Country House

As far as the inscriptions of the trail and ultra trail routes are concerned, they can be done by clicking here.
Registration for the Nordic Walking route by clicking here.
Costs: Ultra Trail 35 euros; Trail 25 euros; Nordic Walking 10 euros.

All information and complete regulations on www.chianticlassicomarathon.com.
Discount for participants

Participants  to the Chianti Classico Marathon who wish to spend a minimum stay of 2 nights at the Vichiaccio Country House can take advantage of a 10% discount by simply showing the race bib.

Discover Chianti by bike, Mountain bike and e-Mountain Bike

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Discover the Chianti roads by Bike, traditional and electric: Il Vichiaccio Country House as ideal starting point for your ride in Tuscany with bike.

The Country House Il Vichiaccio is an ideal starting poit to discover the Chianti hills by byke.


We have a partnership with ON THE ROAD IN CHIANTI , a young company   founded with the aim to unveil to tourists and nature lovers a unique region, with its famous hills, and getting immersed in its extraordinary landscapes, allowing them to fully enjoy the sounds, the scents and the fascinating appeal of a land rich in history and traditions.

In order to help our guests who decide to visit our area on a bike, our partner will provide for rent a full range of different bikes for any need and skill, from hybrid bikes to trekking bikes, up to the last generation of e-bikes provided with a Yamaha motor. The bikes are delivered for free to Il Vichiaccio Country House. Included in the rental cost is everything you need for a safe and pleasant trip , helmet, lock repair kit and a map of our land.
We are happy to help you planning routes across the hills of Chianti, which will allow you to enjoy winding roads as well as breathtaking landscapes or through the Chianti, entirely in off road routes good to combine the beauty of the famous Tuscan landscapes with the guide pleasure arriving as far as Siena and further on or up.

Our formulas to help  our bikers guests :

For light travellers: If you like travelling without the hassle of carrying around your luggage, but you still want to find all the necessary (and even the unnecessary, if you like 😉 ) when you get here, then don’t worry! You can ship your luggage to our place and we will put it in your room, ready for when you arrive. If you wish, we can even send it back on your behalf when your holiday is over!

For light travellers 2: Don’t want to bother about arriving in time to do the shopping and load a couple of six-packs on your bike? No problem!
Email us your shopping list. We’ll fill up your fridge and even let you find the beer at the right temperature.

Chianti bike

Chianti by Motorcycle

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Discover the Chianti roads by Motorcycle: Il Vichiaccio Country House as ideal starting point for your ride in Tuscany with your motorcycle.

Due to Massimo’s fondness for motorcycles the Country House Il Vichiaccio is also the headquarter of a fan club known as “The Twins Academy”, and it is often the venues for rallies and gatherings among bikers of any sort, whether they love sport motorcycle, touring motorcycle or off-road motorcycle.

 In order to help our guests who decide to spend their holiday on a bike, Massimo offers a garage and a fully equipped workshop for those emergency repairs, on the top of his own multi-year experience as a car mechanic and motorbike DIY lover.

Inside the workshop, an extensive library of the most popular Italian motorcycle magazines (like Moto Sprint, Motociclismo, Moto Tecnica, Classic Bikes and Motociclismo d’Epoca) is available to all our guests. Also in our apartments  you’ll find a collection of motorbike related titles.

The worldwide famous racetrack of Mugello Circuit is within 45 minutes from Il Vichiaccio, and if you wish you can easily get to the passes of the Appennin Mountains, very popular among bikers from Tuscany and Emilia, such as the Muraglione, the Futa, the Raticosa and the Giogo.
We are happy to help you planning routes across the hills of Chianti, which will allow you to enjoy winding roads as well as breathtaking landscapes or through the Chianti, entirely in off road routes good to combine the beauty of the famous Tuscan landscapes with the guide pleasure arriving as far as Siena and further on or up.

 

 

Our formulas to help  our motorcyclists guests :

A 5 % discount on our daily and weekly prices is available to all our motorcyclist guests

For light travellers: If you like travelling without the hassle of carrying around your luggage, but you still want to find all the necessary (and even the unnecessary, if you like 😉 ) when you get here, then don’t worry! You can ship your luggage to our place and we will put it in your room, ready for when you arrive. If you wish, we can even send it back on your behalf when your holiday is over!

For light travellers 2: Don’t want to bother about arriving in time to do the shopping and load a couple of six-packs on your precious superbike replica? No problem!
Email us your shopping list. We’ll fill up your fridge and even let you find the beer at the right temperature.

 

  Tuscan Roads by bike

Il Vichiaccio Country House is situated between Florence and Siena and it is in a  very good position to start a tour up on the hills of Chianti or the Appennini’s Passes. Here you can find some of our suggestions, but of course we are at your disposal for individual customized itinerary.

The via Cassia SS2
One of the most important roads in Tuscany is the SS2 via Cassia. It connects Roma to Florence passing through Siena. It is a great road to ride. It is very scenic and some parts through the Val d’Orcia has some good twisties but it also has a lot of traffic. From Siena to Rome it’s approximately 230km and this will take you about 4 hours. From Siena to Florence you have a dual carriage way which will bring you to Florence in 45min or you can stay on the SS2 through Poggibonsi and Barberino Val d’Elsa (!!!Speed cameras on entry!!). Worth it as you loose all the heavy traffic which is heading to the A1 in Florence from Siena.

At any point on the SS2 you can do interesting loop rides

Bagno Vignoni – S. Antimo – Montalcino – S. Quirico d’Orcia.  An excellent ride and three very interesting places to visit. Bagno Vignoni (pubblic bath square), the church of S.Antimo and Montalcino (famous for fortress and the Brunello wine)!

A very nice ride is the one that off the SS2 Cassia runs through Pienza, Montepulciano, Chianciano, Sarteano, to Radicofani on the SS478 and then rejoins the SS2.  On this loop there is plenty to see and to ride for a whole day. All of the towns mentioned are worth a stroll through, especially Pienza, which has wonderful buildings and an incredible view over the Val d’Orcia. The SS478 is a fantastic ride! Wtach out on the SS146 from Montepulciano to S. Quirico d’Orcia is quite slippery. You will recognise the slippery parts because they’re a shiny bright colour!

Another exceptional loop is to leave the Cassia SS2 at Buonconvento and ride up the SS451 to the Abbazia of Monte Oliveto Maggiore. It’s an Abbey immersed in olive trees and with a wonderful frescoed cloister. Then ride on to Asciano and then to Siena. The scenery is breathtaking as you ride on the crest and have the full view over the Crete.

Just north of Siena lies Chianti. Not only one of the most famous wine producing areas in the world, but also some of the finest scenery and roads.

The SS222 (Siena – Florence) and SS429 (Poggibonsi – Gaiole in Chianti) are just one corner after the other.  But also the side roads, that you see in white on the map, provide excellent views and riding.

It’s just a fantastic region to explore in every direction!

Via Cassia in Moto

Southern Maremma

Maremma was the wild west of Italy. Now it’s hilly fertile agricultural land with wide open spaces and few inhabitants … so very little traffic!
Crossing the border from Lazio into Tuscany just west of Lake Bolsena you will have a very pleasent ride towards the sea. Pitigliano is worth a stop and a walk about. White wine here is very good. The SS74 takes you all the way to the Argentario peninsula which is  very interesting. It’s a rock in the sea connected by three strips of land and a lagune in the middle. Worth a ride all around the perimiter and up to the top of Monte Telegrafo at 635mt. Be prepared to ride some light gravel but worth the effort for the views.

The SS322 from Manciano to Grosseto is a great ride and takes you to the border with the Colline Metallifere. Before we talk about that area let mention the SS323. After Scansano the forst section to Roccalbegna is very entertaining and its’ rythm just wants you to lean that bike over more and more til grind the pegs. Once you pass Roccalbegna you have the option to ride back to Pitigliano or head north to Monte Amiata and then into Val d’Orcia on the other side.

Maremma in Moto

Colline Metallifere and Isola d’Elba
The Colline Metallifere are the hills of Maremma north of Grosseto up to Volterra. Plenty of forrests and  steeper inclines and more accentuated valleys as opposed to the previous section. Lots to ride around here as you head up to Volterra, a truely magnificent old etruscan town.

An excellent road is the SS73 to Roccastrada and Monticiano. Just after Monticiano I reccommend to turn left on the  SS441. A few km after the junction signs for S. Galgano will take you to the ancient Abbey.

Massa Marittima is worth visiting but then backtrack and ride to Volterra on the SS439 through Larderello and Pomarance. In Larderello you will be able to visit the National Geothermical Museum by Enel . You will notice as you ride along the huge steel tubes that cross over the road and are everywhere to be sean around. The area is volcanic and presents many hot gas emissions. Most of them are conveyed to the power plant to generate energy. It’s an interesting scenery.

Colline metallifere in moto

Elba Island – Napoleon’s First Exhilum.
A very interesting island. Best visited with a road enduro bike such as the Aprilia Pegaso or BMW GS series as there are many easy gravel tracks which take you to some truely stunning places, such as Monte Calamita (South East Corner).


Isola d'Elba in moto
Appennino passes into Emilia Romagna

In the shape of a fan with centre in Florence start at least a dozen 100km passes over the Appenini into Emilia Romagna. We’ll devide them into two categories: East and West devided by the A1 Firenze – Bologna Autostrada.
This section of Tuscany is best ridden from May to September. During autumn and winter these passes can be closed for snow or extremely unpleasent and slippery so best avoided. During the summer they offer a welcome refreshment when you reach the peaks at 1500/1800 mts.

The

Eastern Passes:
Passo della Futa   and Passo della Raticosa 

are on the same road, the SS65. Recently come to the attention of the world through the Multistrada presentation by Ducati who alledgedly developed the bike with this pass in mind, these two passes connect Florence to Bologna over the mountains. It’s a neverending sequence of corners.
Giogo di Scarperia. 

It’s a short loop off the SS65 and back to the Mugello circuit.

Passo della Futa in moto
Passo della Colla.

Connects Borgo San Lorenzo to Faenza and runs through the town of Marradi, famous for its’ Marroni Chestnuts, and Brisighella. The road goes up to 1000mt and runs through tight cliffs on the southern side and then along the valley of the river Lamone after Marradi where the road opens up. From the top of this pass you can run a loop on the Passo del Sambuca  to Palazzuolo and then on the SS306 to Marradi. On one of the hairmins coming down from the Sambuca pass you will be able to see San marino and the sea if it’s a clear day.

Passo del Muraglione.

The most famous motorcycle pass in Italy and arguably the best! If you are riding this region you can’t miss it. The climb from Dicomano is tight and technical. Once you get to the top you have to stop at the Muraglione Bar for a coffee. Whilst you enjoy the view and a rest you’ll see all sorts of bikes come and go, even in winter!
The SS67 takes you all the way to Forlì if you want but in our opinion you should turn at Rocca San Casciano towards Galeata over the Passo Centoforche  and then back south on the SS310 over the Passo della Calla  to Stia. It’s a fantastic road which has just been resurfaced! On top of the pass you will find a tiny restaurant with no more than 4 tables. The people are very friendly and will serve you a delightful dish of tagliatelle with ragù!
Passo del Muraglione
When you arrive in Stia you can ride up Passo Fornace (SS556) towards Borgo San Lorenzo. Like most of the passes it is a great one and one where you should particularly watch out for wild life. Once you join the SS67 ride down to Pontassieve then back East on the Passo della Consuma. Worth a visit is the Abbey of Vallombrosa just off the SS70 into some fantastic woods for about 10km. 

Once you reach Poppi you have another very exciting loop ride:
Passo dei mandrioli in moto
You can choose to ride up to the Eremo of Camaldoli or take the SS71 over the Passo dei Mandrioli  to Bagno di Romagna. The second option is the one I would certainly suggest if you don’t have much time to spend in the region. It’s a great ride and just resurfaced with fresh tarmac! A stop in Bagno di Romagna is interesting. It’s a Thermal station. A good place to stop if you feel like getting a good massage and enjoying some traditional food of Romagna.
From here you can climb to Monte Fumaiolo and visit the sources of the Tiber (Tevere) and then pick up the E45 superstrada until Pieve S.to Stefano where you pick up the SS208 Passo La Verna. A favorite of supersports. Fast flowing sweepers and and constant radius wide switchbacks. A real treat!

The Western Passes

The most famous one is the Passo dell’Abetone. At its’ peak you will be at 1388mt and will be surrounded by peaks the highest of which is the Monte Cimone with a height of 2165mt. It’s a pass for the summer as it frequently snows here during the winter and sometimes even in spring and fall. The Abetone pass connects Lucca and or Pistoia to Modena. The road is just pure riding joy for a total of just over 100km. If you approach the pass from Lucca you will be able to see the devil’s bridge.
And if you ride all the way north towards Modena you won’t be able to miss Maranello, home of Ferrari!

At Pievepelago you cross the SS324. To the East this will lead you to Sestola and then on the SS64 over the Passo Collina  down to Pistoia.
To the West the SS324 takes you to the Passo Radici  and down to Castelnuovo in Garfagnana, in the heart of the Alpi Apuane.

Two more passes are a must when in this area.

Passo del Cerreto  and the Passo della Cisa. From Aulla the Cerreto pass runs (SS63) up to 1261 mt and then dives down to Reggio nell’ Emilia passing by the Pietra di Bismantova.
The Passo della Cisa also starts from Aulla and runs parallel to the Autostrada to Parma. As a result of this it is free of any heavy traffic and it’s a fantastic ride.

In this reagions there are other minor passes which should not be disregarded. The Passo del Pradarena  connects the Passo del Cerreto   with the SS445 which runs out of Castelnuovo in Garfagnana to the west before you reach the Passo Carpinelli   towards Aulla.

The Passo del Lagastrello  and the Passo del Sillara  will then take you across from the Regional Park of the Gigante to the Cisa Pass.

 

Chianti Classico Marathon

By / 24th February, 2017 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Chianti Classico Marathon

There are three itineraries, all departing from and arriving in Piazza Vittorio Veneto in Mercatale Val di Pesa: the Ultra Trail (48 km), Trail (24 km), Nordic Walking (10 km).

The last is a trail in a natural environment through unpaved roads, woods and countryside, along vineyards, as well as on sections of asphalt. Regarding entry, you can sign up on the site of “MySdam” and in the shops of “Il Campione” in Prato.

Costs: Ultra Trail/35 euro until April 23, 40 euros up to half an hour before departure; Trail/20 euros until April 23, 25 euros up to half an hour before departure; Nordic Walking/10 euros up to half an hour before departure.

Promotions: in the areas of the Chianti Classico marathon set up in the following competitions: on March 19/the “Maratonina” of Tavarnelle; on March 26/the 31st edition of the “Corri” at La Romola.

Participants in these competitions can sign up at a special price for 25 km of the Ultra Trail and 15 km for the Trail. There are special discounts for sports associations/ more than five athletes, 10% discount; more than 10 athletes, 20% discount, more than 15 athletes, 25% discount, more than 20 athletes, 35% discount.

Regarding the “pacco gara” (race package); to the first 100 signed up in the Ultra Trail race, a technical jersey created for the occasion by the consortium of Chianti Classico.

For those following, the event jersey plus a bottle of Chianti Classico wine and medal representing the event in terra-cotta from Impruneta plus a pasta party.

For participants in the Nordic walking, a bottle of Chianti Classico wine.

Prizes and categories:  Ultra Trail and Trail – the first five of each category for both men and women will receive an award. Men and women’s categories: seniors, 1998 to 1968 and veterans, 1967 and earlier. The three most numerous associations will also get an award.

For information and rules, see www.chianticlassicomarathon.com.

Hot Tub at Il Vichiaccio

By / 30th January, 2017 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Are you looking for relaxing family’s holiday?

   Jacuzzi
Bring your childrens at Il Vichiaccio in the heart of Tuscany.
If you think it is a bit of a long journey, try to stay for 5-7 days so that you get the chance to unpack and settle into the place and recover from travelling. You will have the choice to alternate between bigger outings and quieter days. You can easily plan to eat meals at home and let’s your childrens enjoy the meals out more.
At the end of the day your childrens will always have the possibility to relax into the Hot Tub!!

Look at this amazing drawing left by ours youngest guests on our Guest Book!

Children in the jacuzzi