Capannoli, a medieval village dipped in the green of hills and mounts.




Capannoli is a village which rises in the Arno river valley in Alta Valdera. According to some documents, his origins date back to 843.
The toponym is dating back to 839th century like “capannule”. The significance of toponym was confirmed by the hostorian Alessandro da Morrona according to which the inhabitants were tired of the continuous flooding, so They moved to the actual place and they built a village of huts.





“It’s a fantastic village situated in a terrace of hill, It’s decorated by aristocrat residence with spacious street, it’s near the left side of the river Era”

Villa BaciocchI


Villa Baciocchi and their museums are importants: There is a zoological museum and there is an archeological museum in the historical city center.

The park is annexed and it include 160 botanical species, some of them are centuries-old from all over the world, each plant was classify and you can read their features in a plate agreed upon their feet. The secular plants are particulary important like the Canadian redwood, bamboo and the yew.




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Museo Archeologico della Valdera: 43.581603, 10.679022
Museo Zoologico: 43.581603, 10.679022
Capannoli: 43.584016, 10.679034
Eagle Camp Softair: 43.576631, 10.647378
La Sorgente Casa Vacanze: 43.571716, 10.682616
Villa la Torre: 43.586020, 10.676725
Il Capricorno: 43.596407, 10.665813
Asilo Masi B&B Country House: 43.582420, 10.678681
Agriturismo Santo Pietro: 43.571370, 10.683780