Villa Scorzi is served by the main roads and railroad lines of the area and it enjoys a very advantageous location. It is only a few minutes away both from Pisa’s amenities and airport and from Livorno’s harbour, which is an access point to the Tuscan Archipelago. Also, it is within easy reach of art cities such as Florence, Lucca, Volterra, San Gimignano and Siena, and of seaside resorts such as Viareggio and Forte dei Marmi.
Strada del Lungomonte Pisano, 2
56010 Calci - Pisa, Italia
HOW TO REACH CALCI:
From Pisa by car: take the FI-PI-LI motorway to Florence and exit at Pisa Nord-Est (North-East), then proceed in the direction of Ospedale di Cisanello (Cisanello Hospital); go straight on along Strada Vicarese and proceed in the direction of Calci.
From Pisa by bus: CPT 120 and 160 lines (from Pisa to Calci).
From Florence by car: take the FI-PI-LI motorway to Pisa and exit at Navacchio-Visignano, then proceed in the direction of Calci.
The nearest airports are in Pisa (5 mi.) and Florence (53 mi.).
Address: Strada del Lungomonte Pisano, 2 - SS 152 56010 Calci - Pisa - Italy
Mobile: +39.331.139.0129 - +39.380.344.6168
The small town of Calci lays down at the feet of Pisa’s mountains, at 50 meters above sea level. It is famous all over the world for its Certosa (phone 050.938430), which from 1978 hosts in its western wing the Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio dell’Università di Pisa (University of Pisa Museum of Natural and Territorial History) (via Roma, 79).
Calci has developed within a valley studded with farmhouses, courtyards, hermitages, convents, churches, olive groves and chestnut woods; for its beauty and prosperity through the centuries the valley has been given the name of Valle Graziosa (Graceful Valley).
Area: 9.72 sq mi
Inhabited area altitude: 40 to 260 meters above sea level
Distances: Florence, 49 mi.; Lucca, 12 mi.; Livorno, 14 mi.; Pisa, 9 mi.
The town is the fulcrum of a territory consisting of three districts and it offers an enviable choice of conveniences to the tourist: Lucca, Livorno, Viareggio and the Versilia coast are only 12 miles away from Pisa.
Pisa’s seaside is even closer, with the beaches of Marina di Pisa (6 mi.), Tirrenia (9 mi.), Calambrone (11 mi.) and Marina di Vecchiano (10 mi.).
The thermal spa of San Giuliano, Uliveto and Cascina are respectively 5 mi., 10 mi. and 22 mi. away.
The Certosa of Pisa, in Calci (6 mi.), is an unmissable destination, as well as San Piero a Grado’s Romanesque basilica (3 mi.) and Torre del Lago Puccini (10 mi.), by the Lake Massaciuccoli, are.
Pisa is also an art city, treasuring many art masterpieces. It is well-known for its Piazza del Duomo and Torre Pendente, which make it famous all over the world and are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
At the bottom of Pisa’s majestic buildings, which have garnished the town since the 11th century, there is the flourishing of a particular architectural style: Pisa’s Romanesque, which has influenced Pisa’s insular and overseas dominions as well as its hinterland.