Tenuta Setteventi is located in the South of Lucca, just a few kilometres away from Pisa and Florence. It is surrounded by the vineyards and olive groves in the typical Tuscan and Lucchese countryside landscape full of history and traditions.
The property has been lovingly and wisely restored, according to the Tuscan and Lucchese style and transformed into an oasis of peace, exclusivity and tranquillity where you can live in close contact with nature and its rhythms.
Tenuta Setteventi’s meticulous restoration meets the criteria of tradition and exclusivity in every detail. Thanks to the mild winter climate and the fresh summers cooled by the sea breezes Tenuta Setteventi has been designed around the concept of space and quietude. Its private estate covers dozens of acres of land with different natural environments and offers a great atmosphere of charm in every season of the year with a unique view of the plain of Lucca from the Apennine mountains up to Serravalle Pistoiese.
The main interest of the private estate is represented by its great variety of flora and fauna that showcases all the different features of the Tuscan landscape.
Strolling along the many trails and unpaved roads of the estate, either by walking or mountain biking, you can easily meet native animals such as foxes, hares, wild rabbits, wild boars, deer and various types of lagomorphs, such as ducks, mallards etc..
The territory and its beauty are typical of the scenery in this corner of Tuscany, where you can live in close contact with nature and visit all the main historical and artistic towns of the area at the same time: the strategic location of the property makes it possible to be in town or on the beautiful beaches of Versilia in a few minutes’ drive.
The area around Lucca is rich in history and ancient villages, natural health spas and unspoilt landscapes. While staying at Tenuta Setteventi you’ll be right in the heart of one of the Italian regions richest in culture and natural beauty. Many villas and gardens are spread across the plain and the hills of Lucca in an area of unspoilt natural parks with mountains, lakes and beaches of rare beauty.
The major art cities of Pisa, Florence, Siena and the beaches of Forte dei Marmi and Viareggio are just a few minutes’ drive away.