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The rebirth of Castelfalfi in Tuscany with a new 5-star hotel at the centre of the redevelopment

Wednesday, 23 March 2022 10:59

A 5-star luxury hotel will be the protagonist of the rebirth of Castelfalfi in Tuscany, which also includes a series of fully restored villas and traditional farmhouses, available for rent and for sale. With the end of the Tui era, the 1,100-hectare estate nestled between Florence, San Gimignano and the Tyrrhenian coast, now owned by Sri Prakash Lohia, is preparing to embark on a new course.

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A challenging 27-hole golf course

Far from wanting to transform the destination only into an exclusive residence for investors, the new property wants to encourage free access to Castelfalfi so that both travellers and locals can live an immersive experience in the medieval village which is over 1000 years old.  Thanks also to a series of new activities including the 27-hole Castelfalfi Golf Club: the largest in the region and one of the most challenging courses in Italy. 

Surrounded by vineyards, olive groves and woodlands

This little village in the Florentine countryside has an intriguing history. It would seem that its name is a contraction of Castrum Faolfi, a Lombard settlement mentioned for the first time in 754. In the 1960s it experienced a decline leading to a progressive depopulation until 2007, the year in which it was purchased by Tui AG. The German giant reinvigorated an area of 1,100 square metres to include vineyards, olive groves, woods and ponds, and a castle that was reopened after restoration works in 2014.

An enchanting region with great wines and EVOO

What makes Castelfalfi special in addition to the charm of the castle and the excellence of the buildings? The beautiful landscape that surrounds it! Like the protected area of the Carfalo stream and the hills bordered by olive trees, cypresses and rows of vines around the municipality of Montaione. This area produces excellent EVOO, Chianti DOCG wine, Poggionero IGT and Rosso Toscano IGT. And to add to all this, it is also a region of enchanting beauty!

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