Villa I Cipressi is a country villa in the Tuscany area
of the Chianti Rufina wine region, just a few kilometers from
Villa I Cipressi is an ancient farmhouse recently
renovated, situated in the countryside. We are approximately 20 minutes
by car or 15 minutes by train from the center of Florence. The house is
surrounded by magnificent vineyards and green hills.
You will feel at home while staying with us in the heart
of Tuscany. Our family run home provides you bed and breakfast with
Relax in our warm and friendly atmosphere while visiting
the ancient cellars and tasting the farmhouse Chianti wines.
If you want, you can go horse back riding or you can
simply walk along the vineyards or relax in the garden.
Villa I Cipressi is the ideal place to visit and stay at
if you are wanting to experience the Tuscany countryside along with
The 3 comfortable bedrooms are furnished in the typical
wooden Tuscany style. Each room sleeps up to 8 person.
We offer 1 bedroom with private bathroom with bathtub.
The other 2 bedrooms have share a bathroom with shower.
A coffee maker and panoramic view overlooking the
vineyards are included too!
Heating, laundry facilities and linens are provided.
A nice breakfast room with TV is at our guests disposal.
During your stay you will be able to relax in the
garden, walk in the countryside, visit our old wine cellars and do wine
tasting, go horseback riding and more.
During summer, take pottery and cooking lessons, visit
Pisa or Siena which is 1 hour away. Visit Florence too! Florence is only
30 minutes away.
The Chianti Rufina area is a smallest area of the vast
Chianti region. The climate in the Chianti Rufina area is dry and windy
which allows the area to grow grapes that are perfectly ripened. The
soil of the region also is an important factor in producing one of the
best wines in the world.
The Chianti Region:
"A vast, mountainous, wooded and rough area
celebrated for its wines, the salubriousness of its climate and its
That's how Emanuele Repetti described Chianti in his
Dizionario geografico fisico stoico, which was first published in 1833.
The Chianti region of Italy is simply an interesting and
fascinating region to visit.
Here you will find an unending source of culture,
scenery, architecture, tourist attractions, gastronomy and wines.
The Sienese part of Chianti contains the historical and
famous communes of this region which are:
- Castelnuovo Berardenga
- Castellina (the old Chianti League)
There is always something to see or do here. As you
would expect, no matter where you go, you will find wine cellars, farms,
castles, estates and tiny vineyards, centuries old parish churches and
Not only does the region come alive during the grape
harvest and olive pressing time, but there is a non-stop cycle of
exhibitions, concerts, events and more.
From Motorway A1
- Take the exit Firenze Sud
- At Pontassieve, go straight until you arrive in