Castello del Nero Estate

A Tuscan classic redefined

Comprising 300 hectares (740 acres) of rolling hills, vineyards, olive groves, woodlands and lakes, with unobstructed and dramatic views of the breathtaking Tuscan countryside, the Estate provides a secluded retreat.

Enjoying a prime hilltop location with panoramic views, the 12th Century Castello is currently operated as a luxury hotel and spa, and is a member of “The Leading Hotels of the World” and “Virtuoso”.  The five 15th – 17th Century villas, which will undergo complete restoration into luxury modern homes, are discreetly situated within the Estate.

Castello del Nero View


Occupying a truly unique location between the Renaissance cities of Florence and Siena, both of which are a short drive away with Florence airport only 30 minutes by car. Despite the Estate’s proximity to Florence, Siena and many important tourist areas of Tuscany, it remains a secluded retreat, away from any hustle and bustle.

Castello del Nero Hotel & Spa offers an exceptional level of service to its guests. Owners of the Residences and their guests will be able to take advantage of the services and amenities of the Castello, which include a destination ESPA Spa, tennis courts, gym, swimming pool, concierge and shuttle services. The hotel offers two restaurants, La Torre for the gourmet experience and La Taverna for the Tuscan cusine. Both have an elegant internal location and are moved out-door during Summer.

It is impossible to overdo luxury...

  • Florence Airport

    30 minutes by car

  • Pisa Airport

    60 minutes by car

  • Siena

    30 minutes by car

  • Florence City

    20 minutes by car


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