The Casentino Villages

The tourist attraction of Casentino is mainly due to its natural environment and geographical isolation. Surrounded by mountainous areas with reliefs that reach up to 1658 metres, Monte Falco, covered by extensive wooded areas largely included in the Parco Nazionale delle Foreste Casentinesi. The touristic potential of the Casentino lies in the fact that it constitutes a perfect historical-environmental sample representative of Central Italy.

Discovering the Casentino

Day 1

Arrival in the early afternoon, accommodation in the hotel for an entire afternoon dedicated to relaxation. Dinner at a local restaurant and return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 2

Breakfast, meeting with the guide and beginning of the day to discover the castles of the lords of Casentino: Castello di Poppi, Porciano and Romena. During the visit, lunch will take place in a typical local tavern. In the evening, visit to the Hermitage of Camaldoli. Return to the hotel.

Day 3

Breakfast and departure to visit Pratovecchio and then Stia, including the Museum of the Art of Wool. End of the tour.