Type: Farmhouse accommodation Geographical Location: Hill Accommodations:
n°4 Apartment . Total Guests 27
The Farmhouse Saralisa is situated in the hills of Montecarlo, a region where the most renowned wines of Tuscany ripen. Here in a family atmosphere amidst extensive vineyards and olive groves one finds relaxation and recreation during one's holiday.
It is a relatively short drive to Lucca, Pisa, Pistoia and Florence, placed rich in art, tradition and history. In no time one can also be in well-known places like Montecatini Terme, Collodi and obviously also in Montecarlo.
Accommodations and Services in Agriturismo Saralisa
The flats, entirely separated from each other, are well-appointed and each equipped with a fireplace. A washing machine is at the guest's disposal. In the garden there are a play area for children, a small garden pavilion and a barbecue. So one can also enjoy eating in the open air.
Wellness: Thermal baths nearby, Massages
Internal Services: Communal telephone, TV in room, TV sat, Heating, Final cleaning
Educational activities: Astronomical studies, Guided tour of the farm
External services: Barbecue, Rental Bikes, Car park
Experiences: Golf, Cycle tourism, Trekking
The Farmhouse Saralisa can accomodate up to 16 persons at one time in its three. One of these is located in a flower-growing enterprise at Pescia, The others are at Montecarlo.
Where we areMontecarlo is situated on a hill 163 metres above sea level. It is a place, where in a way, time has stood still. Beween remarkable treasures of art one can rediscover the medieval way of life, enjoy the pleasures of the typical cusine of Tuscany, take a taste of the famous "Montecarlo Bianco D.O.C.", The wine which made this place Known all over the world, or one can enter into cultural life: the most charming little theatre "dell'Accademia dei Rassicurati", a splendid architecturial treasure, offers performances at an international level.
Montecarlo houses also other treasures like the "porta Fiorentina", teh "porta nuova" or the "Porta Imperiale". One all these were part of the extensive fortifications. The church "Collegiata di Sant'Andrea (16th century) most centainly warrants a visit. The citadel "Rocca del Cerruglio" was once the central point of the fortifications for the defence of Montecarlo.