La Collina d’Oro is located on the border of Tuscany, Lazio and Umbria, and is surrounded by nature reserves and historical towns. La Collina d’Oro is part of Tuscia, the region where houses and castles of the Augustea period along with captivating medieval villages stand between the Tyrrhenian Sea. The location of La Collina d’Oro makes it possible to explore Cities like Florence, Siena, Montepulciano and Rome, or plan a day visit to the coast or Monte Argentario. Breakfast at the Piazza del Duomo in Florence can be combined with a dinner cooked by the private chef at the estate.


The estate is positioned on her own hills overlooking the valley. The Tuscan hills provide a home to animals including deers, boars, porcupines and badgers. While swimming or walking in the garden, falcons fly over, and fawns of deer run through the wheat fields. La Collina d’Oro has magnificent views, with the sun rising from the castle of Proceno and setting behind the Monte Amiata. The protected Monte Rufeno Nature Reserve is located behind the hills of the estate. The 3,000-hectare nature reserve has undisrupted nature with trails all around the reserve. Which makes it perfect for hiking.


The Town of Proceno, which the estate overlooks, has around 600 inhabitants and dates back to the year 1000. Proceno is renowned for its cultivation of red garlic and the high quality extra virgin olive oil. In the town of Proceno are many Renaissance buildings, including the Sforza palace, dating from the sixteenth century. The Sforza place can be found on the main square of the town near a gelateria. The 1,000-year-old castle is Proceno’s landmark. The castle’s tower houses the private museum of the lady of the castle. Its restaurant offers the finest selection of Italian food and exquisite wine having earned a Michelin star.

Places To Visit


Rome, the Eternal City, is the capital of Italy and a treasure trove of ancient history and architecture. With its rich heritage and cultural significance. From the Colosseum, a symbol of the city’s ancient grandeur, to the Vatican City, home to St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, Rome is a city embodied in history and beauty.



Florence is a city that embodies the essence of Italy. The birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence is home to iconic landmarks like the Duomo and Ponte Vecchio, as well as world-renowned art galleries and museums such as the Uffizi. Take a stroll along the Arno River, visit the Accademia Gallery to see Michelangelo’s famous David, and dedicate to a day shopping at the finest brands



Admire the stunning Piazza del Campo, one of Italy’s most beautiful squares, surrounded by medieval architecture and charming cafes. Visit the iconic Siena Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, and explore the charming streets and alleys of the historic center.



“Perched on a hilltop in Umbria, Italy, Orvieto is a charming medieval town that’s steeped in history and beauty. Visit the impressive Duomo, the 14th-century cathedral that dominates the town’s skyline, and sample some of the region’s renowned white wine at one of the many local vineyards. 


Val d'Orcia

The UNESCO World Heritage site in southern Tuscany. The serene and scenic region is characterized by rolling hills, cypress-lined roads, and ancient hilltop towns perched atop rugged cliffs. Take in the scenic landscape or visit Pienza with a majestic view overlooking the region. 


Perched atop a rocky outcropping in the heart of Tuscany, Pitigliano is a charming hilltop town that seems frozen in time.  With its narrow cobblestone streets, ancient fortifications, and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. From its well-preserved medieval architecture to its vibrant cultural scene, Pitigliano is a treasure trove waiting to be discovered.


Lake of Bolsena

The largest volcanic lake of  Europe situated in the picturesque province of Viterbo,  With its crystal-clear waters and stunning natural beauty, Lake Bolsena is a haven for nature lovers. Breathe in the fresh air and discover the rich history and culture that surrounds this captivating lake.