Antico Borgo La Torre

A charming farm
in the unique Tuscan landscape


Welcome to our wonderful Agriturismo Antico Borgo La Torre in Reggello, Tuscany!

Here you can enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Tuscan hills, and immerse yourself in the nature and peace of the Tuscan countryside.

Part of an estate of vineyards and olive groves, our Agriturismo offers welcoming and comfortable accommodations, perfect for spending a relaxing and unforgettable holiday.

Surrounded by Chianti vineyards

By a romantic lake and surrounded by Chianti vineyards, you’ll discover Antico Borgo la Torre. We are in the council of Reggello, in the natural reserve Le Balze, around 25 km from Florence.

The estate used to be a rural complex typical of Tuscany. It is made of two main buildings and several outbuildings that have been renovated and converted into apartments for agritourism. The 32-hectare estate includes vineyards and olive groves, a large natural garden and a small private lake. In the summer, a 20-m long swimming pool with a splendid view of the lake is open for guests.

Antico Borgo la Torre is the perfect place for both couples and families to relax and enjoy nature, but also the ideal base from where to enjoy the cultural heritage of Tuscany.

Who We Are

Family, tradition and passion


Antico Borgo La Torre is a family business, run with passion and dedication. The estate has been in the family’s ownership for centuries, and in 2020 the management passed to the new generation, John Larsen and Federica Castellani, under the guidance and support of Federica’s father, Castellano Castellani.

Our History

Our origins rooted in the Tuscan land


In the fabulous setting of the Tuscan landscape, by a romantic lake and surrounded by Chianti vineyards, you’ll discover Antico Borgo la Torre.

The estate dates back to the middle ages. It was originally a medieval tower, part of the fortification of the nearby feudal Castle of Viesca, which got destroyed in the following centuries. The old tower, now part of one of the two main buildings, gives the place its name. In the past centuries it was part of the properties of the Medici Tornaquinci family.

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