If you’re looking to get married in Italy, possibly one of the finest places you can choose to tie the knot is Tuscany.
Amongst a landscape of rolling hills and forests, you’ll find medieval hilltop villages and swathes of vineyards producing the sangiovese grape that is used to make the regions famous Chianti wine. This picture-perfect scenery makes a bewitching backdrop against which to get hitched in some of the finest Tuscan villas, castles, villages and farmhouses.
Tuscany village wedding
Suitable for 30 to 100 guests, our very special Tuscany village wedding venue is set amongst the highest hills in the heart of Chianti. This spectacular borgo boasts a thousand years of history and is surrounded by magnificent views of woods, olive groves and vineyards.
With onsite accommodation and the estate’s own historic wine cellars for you to visit and sample the local wine, this venue provides an exceptional location for an Italian wedding.
Tuscany castle wedding
For a truly grand wedding our impressive 10th century hilltop castle will fulfil all your needs. Refurbished in the 12th century, this Tuscan gem boasts grand halls and beautiful, original fresco ceilings.
This castle really is the fairy tale venue for Princess brides. Guests can soak up the atmosphere in the grand hall as they enjoy pre-dinner drinks and canapés. After which your dinner is served in a magnificent medieval room. Torch lit underground passageways and cellars all add to the romantic ambience.
Tuscany farmhouse wedding
Smaller weddings are generously catered for at our Farmhouse and working ‘Acetaia’. Set within a beautiful estate producing Modena’s renowned Balsamic vinegar and surrounded by Lambrusco vineyards and over 1,000 olive trees, this relaxed venue is perfect for intimate Italian weddings. Guests will be spoilt with local dishes, wines and produce grown in the orchard and garden.
Why Tuscany is a dream wedding location
The stunning scenery is just one of many good reasons for choosing Tuscany as your wedding venue. Italy is equally famous for its food, and the Tuscan cuisine is no exception. The fertile landscape delivers fine wine and incredible ingredients that inspire local chefs to create dishes that are as generous as they are delicious. Your wedding feast will be full of local, seasonal produce the like of which you’ll never have tasted before.
After the wedding, newlyweds and guests alike have the whole region to explore. You can head deeper into the Tuscan countryside to discover natural gems such as the Apennine mountains, The Casentinesi Forest National Park, The Mugello Valley or enjoy a dip in the thermal hot springs at Saturnia.
Alternatively, you can follow in thousands of art lovers footsteps to visit the regions capital, Florence. A city renowned world over for its masterpieces in both art and architecture. Visiting churches, museums and galleries you can have your fill of frescos, sculpture and paintings created by Raphael, Titian and Michelangelo during the height of the Renaissance.
Continue city hopping by taking in cultural gems of Pisa, home of the famous leaning tower, Lucca to walk the well preserved Rennaisance walls encircling the city, or the lovely medieval city Siena whose ancient streets have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.