Where we are

We are located on a hill in the valley of the Arno river in a mixed grove of cypresses, pines and fruit trees.

Finding Us

Please follow signage when you get near to Toscana Village, DO NOT follow your GPS

Via Fornoli, 9, 56020, Montopoli In Val D'Arno, PI

Getting Here

Stazione Pisa Centrale

37 km

Pisa International Airport

35 km

Follow Highway
A1 then A12

2.4 km


2.4 km

Port Di

46 km

How to get to Toscana Village
Take the highway called “FI-PI-LI” (Firenze-Pisa-Livorno), either from the A1 (Autostrada del Sole) at the exit Firenze-Scandicci or from the A12 (Autostrada Genova-Livorno) at the exit Pisa Centro. Go out from the FI-PI-LI at the exit Montopoli in Val d’Arno, then go towards Montopoli village until you find via Masoria on your left side and after that via Fornoli, where you will find the campsite. Look at the map.

Please DO NOT PAY ATTENTION to GPS: do not follow the direction given by the gps, they direct you the wrong way when you get near to our Village . To find us, follow the road signs and the directions we give you here above.

How to get to Montopoli by train:

Get off at the station of San Romano, on the railway line Firenze-Livorno. The campsite is 2.4 km from the station. A shuttle service to the campsite will be provided on request. You can check the train time table on the Italian railways (Ferrovie dello Stato) website.

Montopoli in Val D’arno, in the heart of Tuscany
The nearby town of Montopoli is within walking distance of our village.

It is of medieval origins, even traces of Etruscan and Roman sites have been found within its territory. Lucca, Pisa and Florence fought over Montopoli for a long time.

 The famous Italian writer Boccaccio called it “famous castle”. The remains of its towers and ancient fortifications are evidence of its past as a military outpost. 

The Tower of San Matteo, the arch of Castruccio, and the remains of the fortress, which is also a beautiful lookout point, are all worth a visit. 

But the beauty of Montopoli lies in its position, in the heart of the beautiful Tuscan landscape, with its hills, villas and villages that follow the river Arno. Nowadays Montopoli, besides its natural beauty and historical sites, is also of interest for its resources in agriculture, arts and crafts and traditional industries.

Every second Sunday in September a wonderful festival is held in Montopoli. This festival includes medieval costumes, the traditional archery challenge among the rioni (quarters) and the performance of traditional medieval arts in the streets of the village.

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What's Nearby?


Our 135 plots are set in a small pine forest surrounded by a selection of fruit trees so we can offer both shade or sunny plots and our average plots are between 70-100 m2. We are located on a hill in the valley of the Arno river in a mixed grove of cypresses, pines and fruit trees.

We have lots of mobile homes with private gardens which are sited in various locations throughout the park so we can offer our guests privacy and comfort.

The geographical position of Toscana Village is very convenient, we are in the heart of Tuscany close to the main cities of Florence, Pisa, Lucca and Siena, so this give our guests a great starting point for any site seeing and the local train runs directly into the centre of both Florence and Pisa, this is a great way to visit these cities and there is free car parking at our local station.
The Village is just 5 minutes from the FIPILI making it the perfect location for stop overs for camping, motor homes and camper vans.

We are also only 30 minutes drive from our preferred private beach, where you will find shallow warm waters of the mediterranean sea. Toscana Holiday Village is the perfect place for a pleasant stay in the rolling Tuscan hills.