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Our holiday homes: Live and enjoy

This beautiful, completely restored stone house from the 19th century is nestled in the dreamlike landscape of Tuscany and houses three charming holiday flats and two picturesque individual cottages, surrounded by a large, well-kept park with old trees, which in turn is framed by 50,000 square metres of olive grove.

The Podere La Fornace is situated in a beautiful secluded position and offers you a breathtaking panorama of the hills of the Altamaremma with olive groves, umbrella pines and cypresses, which characterise the typical Tuscan landscape around the estate… go for walks and jogs directly from the house or relax at our pool or at the various beautiful beaches of Castiglione della Pescaia, Follonica and Punta Ala.

All holiday flats have separate entrances and direct access from the living room to the romantic garden, their own outdoor seating area, garden furniture and loungers with comfortable cushions, fly screens + fans, and lots of information material about the most beautiful beaches, the best restaurants and wineries, the places worth seeing and much more… On arrival, a small culinary present awaits you in every holiday flat.

Of course, the oval pool 10 x 5 m, surrounded by a Mediterranean palm garden, is not missing. Each flat has a sunshade and 2 sunbeds in the pool area. The pool area is completely fenced and lockable, which is a relief for parents of little non-swimmers.

A large sand playground with climbing and swinging equipment is available, as well as a huge playground. Ideal conditions, therefore, to spend a wonderful, relaxed family holiday with children. The same goes for the four-legged family members, who are also very welcome here.Other positive things : satellite TV, wi-fi, washing machine, organic olive oil and wine (own production), bread service, on request our legendary Tuscany evening!

The main building

In the main house there are 40, 70 and 80 sqm flats furnished to the latest standard. We call them Primo, Secondo and Terzo. Each flat has its own garden.

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Etrusco

The ‘Etrusco’, a historic wall, is a circular building with walls 1.50 m thick. The origin of this former brick kiln can be traced back to the Etruscans. Next to it is a small wooden blockhouse with a separate entrance.

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Olivera

The single cottage “Casetta Olivera” is the newest member of the holiday complex La Fornace (built May 2011). Nestled between old picturesque olive and fig trees, it is an ideal retreat for two people.

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