Castello Ginori di Querceto, a medieval village, formerly controlled the Val di Cecina, from Volterra to the sea. The village, the ancient castle and the Querceto estate belong for centuries to Ginori Lisci family, known throughout the world for precious porcelain, and now dealing with a high quality wine production and a popular tourist activity with holidays apartments animated by a rich calendar of cultural events.
Castello Ginori di Querceto
In the heart of the Val di Cecina, between Volterra and the Etruscan Coast, the Ginori Castle perches on top of a hill in Querceto an enchanting medieval village whose long and rich history has blended for over two centuries with the history of the Marchesi Ginori Lisci, a noble Florentine family who are famous throughout the world for their precious porcelain factory. Thanks to the many projects promoted by the Ginori Lisci family, today the village is an integral part of the local economy with its thriving winery, the events it organizes and the hospitality offered in its charming apartments.
The holiday apartments and the villa in the Ginori Castle at Querceto in Tuscany, were renovated with a view to preserving the warm and welcoming style of old country houses. The most distinctive feature of this charming village is its authenticity, noticeable in every detail: the stones of the old houses, the smile of the inhabitants, the small town squares, the untouched natural surroundings...
It is almost as though time had stood still in this fascinating hilltop village, far removed from the fast pace of modern life. It is a world of forgotten sounds and smells, of breathtaking views and sunsets.
Castello Ginori di Querceto is a historic village near the sea coast of Tuscany (25 km) with famous seaside resorts such as Castiglioncello, with rocks, and Cecina, Marina di Bibbona, Donoratico and San Vincenzo with long sandy beaches, equipped and not equipped. The proximity to Volterra full of charm and to the small villages of Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci, make Querceto the ideal starting point for interesting day trips. Furthermore our holiday homes are located close to Siena, Pisa, San Gimignano, Massa Marittima and other very characteristic towns, of the metalliferous hills. The surroundings of Querceto are ideal for those who enjoy walks in the middle of unspoilt nature. Our staff is at your disposal to show you the most recommended excursions.
At our reception you can take two mountain bikes for hire and receive maps with details of those locations that make the Val di Cecina perfect for cycling enthusiasts. Not only the Val di Cecina offers also a full calendar of musical, artistic and gastronomic events suitable for youn and old in the summer but the historc village itself comes to life thanks to a varied program of art exhibitions, concerts, shows and cultural courses, all organized by the Accademia Libera Natura e Cultura www.association-marcopolo.org
We also organize cooking classes for small or large groups. Under the guidance of our chef Nicole you will learn all there is to know about how to make fresh pasta. For spa lovers, we recommend the Terme di Sassetta, in La Cerreta, beautiful structure surrounding by the Mediterranean vegetation, with thermal waters rich in calcium, sulfates and valuable minerals of therapeutic power. For information and reservations: www.termedisassetta.it.
Even families with children will find many proposals: from the water park Acqua Village in Cecina Mare at the fun park Cavallino Matto in Marina di Donoratico, from the zoological park Gallorose in Cecina to treetop trails of the Giardino Sospeso in Riparbella.
Proposals for your stay and special offers
Musica ispanica a Querceto in Toscana – Concerto dei SuRealistas
Our wine shop at Querceto in Tuscany
Corsi di yoga a Castello Ginori di Querceto in Toscana
Wine tasting and visit to the wine cellar
Marchesi Ginori Lisci
Excellent tuscan winery
An ancient Farm dedicated to the Future
The property Ginori Lisci extends in an unspoilt area of 2000 hectares in the hinterland of Val di Cecina, in the south-west of Volterra. 17 hectares, planted in 1999, are devoted to the vineyards of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Viognier and Vermentino and today are five wines Ginori Lisci.
There are five Ginori Lisci wines today: Castello Ginori (Merlot), the flagship wine, Macchion del Lupo (Cabernet Sauvignon), Campordigno (Merlot) and the fresh Bacìo (rosè with Syrah) and the white Virgola (Vermentino).