Below is some useful information on how to contact us, and also directions on how to find us.
Monteverdi is located 3kms East of the medieval village Paganico, off the SP64 (also known as La Strada Provinciale del Cipressino) which is off the dual-carriage way between Grosseto and Siena (the SS223). The local provincial city of Grosseto is served by the Rome-Pisa mainline train, while the closest airports are Pisa, Rome and Florence. Paganico is served by local trains and buses from Siena and Grosseto (please see Map). We can arrange airport and station pick-ups, however we would recommend having a car to explore the area.
On coming off the Grosseto to Siena Super-Strada 223 at Paganico Nord, you follow signs for Monte Amiata/Montalcino. However after about 3 kms from this junction and round-about, on your right look for a cypress gravel track that has a sign saying ‘Monteverdi.’ Come off here (minding the ditches on both sides of the road!) and come up to the top until you reach the borgo. Ideally, please arrange your arrival time on booking and a member of staff will be there to welcome you.
Luca Savelli is the owner of the large Tenuta di Monteverdi, a family estate bought in 1904 by his grandfather, who turned it from a malarial backwater into a national model-estate for farming, hunting and farm-house building.
Based in London, Luca visits the estate on a monthly basis spending longer periods there in the summer, though otherwise works as an archaeologist, primarily in Ethiopia and Italy, including in a new field project on the estate:
We look forward to hearing from you.
Tenuta di Monteverdi – Grosseto – Italy