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Harmony, beauty, quality. This is the trinity of Poggio ai Santi: simple and natural furniture with colours that evoke the Tuscan hills and the ever present sea. A mix of light, space and tradition. At Poggio ai Santi
Harmony, beauty, quality. This is the trinity of Poggio ai Santi: simple and natural furniture with colours that evoke the Tuscan hills and the ever present sea. A mix of light, space and tradition. At Poggio ai Santi you will rediscover the pleasure of opening your garden doors, breathing in the marvellous smell of pines, of lavender, of rosemary. A few steps forward and you will meet donkeys and horses roaming free in the park. Our guests are rendered speechless by the wonderful view of a landscape that gradually descends to the coast, 5 km away, with the Elba and Corsica islands that emerge from the azure water in the distance.
The Fattoria is the first of the buildings erected on our hill, in the 19th century. It contains the restaurant and four suites. The Stables and the Villa complete our offer of peace and quiet in the midst of the botanic garden.
Each suite has its own characteristics and its own furnishings, a mix of unexpected ideas and objects. Shared areas exude charm and warmth, both in the daytime and in the evening, by the fire, in mid-season Everything revolves around light.
10 acres devoted to silence and harmony with a botanic garden where essences from all the continents grow together. Poggio ai Santi is also a farm, with its fields, its lavender and rosemary, and over 50 acres of olive groves, nearly 3,000 trees, on both sides of the hill.
Poggio ai Santi hosts a number of friends who also appreciate its space, its views and its tranquillity: horses, donkeys, cats, dogs, chickens, ducks and rabbits will enliven your walks, while the birds will content themselves with keeping a discreet eye on you.
Poggio ai Santi is located 160 metres above sea level, with an exceptional south-westerly view towards the Elba and Corsica, 180 degrees of sea. At the foot of the hills, a fertile plain of orchards, vineyards and olive groves gradually turn into sand dunes and finally the sea.
Tuscany is also the sea and an archipelago. Everything is close to Poggio ai Santi: Florence, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, even Rome which is 2 hours away in the train. But the coast also hides some secret gems: medieval towns perched on the hills that have nothing to envy to better known cities.