Loc. Iesolana 52021 Bucine − Italy
Fax: (+39) 055992879
In the heart of Tuscany, and only a short distance from some of the most beautiful cities in the region including Arezzo, Siena and Florence, Borgo Iesolana is an ideal base for your vacation.
Borgo Iesolana offers guests beautifully refined and elegant apartments, each with their own characteristics, style and gorgeous views.
The villa has two large salt water swimming pools with fantastic views and a private gazebo with chairs and sunbeds for every apartment – perfect for enjoying the beauty of the Tuscan countryside.
The Restaurant of Borgo Iesolana has two outdoor terraces overlooking vineyard and olive groves and an elegant indoor dining room where our guests can have their breakfast every morning, have dinner in the evening and during the day enjoy wine and typical products of the Tuscan territory.
Iesolana property, situated atop 300 acres of cascading vineyards, olive groves, and sunflowers, with 360 degrees of breathtaking Tuscan views. After years of meticulous restoration of the three ochre-stained houses, eleven high-level apartments are offered, with private terraces. Apartments have from one to four bedrooms and are elegantly appointed with rustic furnishings, country fabrics, and modern kitchens and baths that harmonize beautifully with the cool stone floors and original wood-beamed ceilings.
Among the many services available are individual telephones, satellite TV, barbecue facilities, and a swimming pool. The impeccable landscape is studded with terracotta pots overflowing with brightly colored geraniums. The fabulously restored barn now hosts a stylish wine bar for tastings of Iesolana’s own wines, oils, and honey.
from May 20th 2017 to September 9th 2017.
Saturday – Saturday.
For all other periods.
Minimum stay 2 nights.
Wine Bar: In our wine bar you can enjoy typical Tuscan dishes. We serve breakfast every morning and the bar of our wine bar is open all the day.The wine bar has a beautiful terrace with an amazing view – the perfect meeting place where our guests can spend time relaxing with the pleasure of our dishes and drinks.
Swimming pools: In Borgo Iesolana are available for our guests two beautiful salt water swimming pools, situated in a panoramic position with amazing view of the Tuscan hills, vineyard and olive groves. One swimming pool is 8 meters x 17 meters, the other new swimming pool is 7 meters x 20 meters. Our guests have their own private gazebo by the pool with sun chairs, sun beds and a container with private key for the pool towels and other private objects.
THE THERMAL POOLS IN RAPOLANO
The Spa Pools: filled with the thermal spring water, provides the opportunity to immerse in a relaxing bath, enjoying a pleasurable massage under the cascading water.
Water and pools: The thermal springs is rich with salts, calcium, iron carbonates and sodium and magnesium sulphates, already prized by the Romans for its curative powers and also its tonic action on the skin, effecting a gentle, natural peeling, which is regenerating and palliative.
Below you can see the different room types we have to offer, if you mark the ones you like we will be happy to send you a quotation for the dates when you would like to come
Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Borgo Iesolana. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate
Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Borgo Iesolana. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate.
FROM FLORENCE, PISA, MILAN
Exit at VALDARNO on the A1 Florence-Rome motorway. After the Valdarno toll station, turn right and follow the signs to Montevarchi. At the next crossing, follow the signs for Levane and Bucine. Drive for about 7 kilometres. Once you reach the traffic light in Levane, go straight and continue for another 3 kilometres until you reach the town of Bucine. Continue for about 1,5 kilometres, without entering the town. After passing the village Pogi, you will find a sign for POGI ALTO and IESOLANA, turn left on an unpaved road and after a few metres turn again left. By the end of road turn right on a paved road and at the end of road turn right onto the next unpaved country road, and after about 2 kilometres, you’ll will arrive at IESOLANA.
Airports: Milan Malpensa, Linate.
Take the A1 Motorway towards Florence and exit at Valdichiana. Proceed to Siena and exit at Colonna del Grillo. Continue in direction of Montevarchi/Ambra/Bucine. Pass Ambra and continue in direction of Bucine. Before reaching Bucine, turn right at a sign directing you to POGI ALTO and IESOLANA. After a few metres turn left on the unpaved road. By the end of road turn right on a paved road and at the end of road turn right onto the next unpaved country road, and after about 2 kilometres, you’ll will arrive at IESOLANA.
Airports: Rome Fiumicino, Ciampino.
The name of this town points to Etruscan-Roman origins, but it was not until the Mediaeval period that it enjoyed some degree of importance with the building of a castle to control the Ambra Valley. Given its strategic position on the main communication link between Valdarno and Siena, a well populated and industrious centre grew up round the original military post.
The territory of the town of Bucine is situated in the zone where the last mountains of Chianti meet the upper Arno River Valley, on the banks of the Ambra. It has been a crossing point and settlement since the Roman period (as shown by the Pogi bridge).
Located only a few kilometers from the important cities of Florence, Arezzo and Siena, Bucine and Valdambra have had important roles as border territories since the Roman age. During the Middle Ages the fortunes of this town were controlled by the powerful families who had their estates along the marvellous hills that accompany the Ambra to the Arno.
The paleontological museum of the “Scuola Media A. Manzoni” in Bucine is in the central hall of the school building in Via XXV Aprile. The museum owes its existence to Mr. Alessandro Sacconi’s passionate interest in the local territory while a teacher at the school. Since 1976, he has worked at collecting fossil materials from the upper Arno valley and its environs and arranging them in the 12 glass display cases that have been prepared to date. Naturally, the fossils that have been found in the environs of Bucine have been given more prominence. This museum is a living structure where the material is preserved, studied and catalogued by the students with the guidance of their teachers and experts in the field.