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Make bread and pizza with us, walk along the ancien aqueduct or discover the artistic heritage: a full set of offers for you.

 

HOME MAKING BREAD WORKSHOP
A two days workshop with organic flour and yeast in a family farm house to learn how to make the basic human food: the bread.

 

TREASURES OF MONTE PISANO
Three days to reveal the most precious treasures of Monte Pisano. A journey to discover the thermal baths of the Grand Dukes, the old eighteenth-century villas and a unique collection of stage costumes. Experience the spiritual life of the monks of the Carthusian Monastery and taste the local gastronomic products.

 

THE BEAUTY OF THE ROMANESQUE STYLE OF PISA
A route to discover the Pisan Romanesque style, landmark of the medieval architecture, which left important traces of great beauty throughout Tuscany and beyond. The innovative style developed in Pisa between the 10th and 12th centuries and in a short time become a very much imitated model. Today we can find this particular style in many churches of the Monte Pisano area.

 

COOKING CLASS
To experience the fine cuisine of former times is a way to get closer to local traditions and to know all the typical features of the territory. Erica, our skilled cook, will take you on a journey of discovery of the ancient recipes of the Monte Pisano; she will also reveal some secrets, such as grocery shopping: she will take you to the market to introduce you to the typical local products; she will teach you how to choose the ingredients for your recipes and to make contact with the villagers. Because the secret of good food is the quality and deep knowledge of raw materials.

 

WALK FROM LUCCA TO PISA ALONG THE ANCIENT AQUEDUCTS
A two-days excursion from Lucca Cathedral to Pisa Cathedral, through the Monte Pisano, following at slow pace the Nottolini aqueduct and the Medici aqueduct which for centuries have supplied water to the towns placed on either side of the mountain.

 

 

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