Located in the heart of the Tuscan countryside, equidistant from the splendours of Florence and the historical oddity of Pisa and its leaning tower, Karma Borgo di Colleoli is a sprawling historic manor house which has received a new lease on life as an elegant and luxurious 5-star rated resort. Tuscany’s top tourist destinations, including Siena, San Gimignano, Volterra, Pisa, and Florence are within easy driving distance. A few kilometres from our front door lie the renowned beaches of Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio, and Cecina.
This property is part of Karma Group’s award winning Lifestyle and Leisure Club
Since the late Middle Ages, Karma Borgo di Colleoli has had many lives. First as a castle then, during the flowering of the Renaissance, a villa for Tuscany’s aristocracy. In 2003, the entire property was painstakingly restored by Palummo & Pierotti Architects under the guidance of the Italian Fine Arts Commission. The sprawling historical villa – the Karma Borgo di Colleoli Palace – offers 12 luxury suites which revel in the heritage of the building.
The Karma Borgo di Colleoli Palazzo features twelve exclusive luxury suites. Each suite offers elegant luxury living and celebrates the history of the building. Each studio suite features a king size bed, spacious bathroom, and the full range of modern conveniences.
1 Bedroom Suite
The Karma Borgo di Colleoli Palazzo features twelve exclusive luxury suites. Each suite offers elegant luxury living and celebrates the history of the building. Each 1 bedroom suite features a king size bed, spacious bathroom, comfortable living room, and the full range of modern conveniences.
2 Bedroom Suite
The Karma Borgo di Colleoli Palace features twelve exclusive luxury suites. Each suite offers elegant luxury living and celebrates the history of the building. Each suite features a king size bed, spacious bathroom, and the full range of modern conveniences.
Karma Borgo di Colleoli offers guests two authentic dining experiences, the in-house restaurant, ‘I Secoli’, and resident wine bar.
Karma Borgo di Colleoli’s in-house restaurant is open daily and serves authentic Tuscan cuisine using only the freshest locally sourced produce.
Where better to explore the vast array of Tuscan wines than in Karma Borgo di Colleoli’s resident wine bar, which stocks an impressive range of vini blanchi and vini rossi.
The resort’s two large and stylish swimming pools provide panoramic views of the Tuscan countryside and easy access to our restaurant and wine bar.
I Secoli Restaurant
Enjoy traditional Tuscan style cuisine prepared by our experienced local chefs.
Karma Borgo di Colleoli’s Wine Bar serves breakfast, snacks – and of course the best Tuscan varietals – throughout the day.
The resort’s two large and stylish pools provide panoramic views of the Tuscan countryside, surrounded by manicured grounds.
Guests looking for adventure can take part in a Vespa tour around the Pisan hills, or vintage car tours, truffle hunting, mountain bike tours, and local food and wine tours.
This resort is amazing so full of history, the scenery was spectacular and the grounds are amazing.
Its a bit isolated so would recommend a car to hire if your game to tackle the roads and other traffic, we walked to Paliao which took about 30 mins was a nice walk and the town lovely.
If your happy to just relax and unwind this is the perfect place to stay at.
What an awesome resort this is! It has everything you could possibly want here, luxury apartments, lovely old buildings renovated to a very high standard, two swimming pools, a great restaurant serving lovely Tuscan food. And all this set in the glorious Tuscany countryside with access to The historical cities of Pisa, Florence, Lucca, San Gimignano to name but a few! Get here if you possibly can!
Karma Borgo di Colleoli is located in the heart of Tuscany, Italy. Welcome to the cradle of the Renaissance where, in the capital of Florence, Davinci, Michelangelo, and their contemporaries created their masterworks, and where Byron once walked the road to Pisa, penning stanzas under a Tuscan sun. Tuscan cypress trees accent dusky green hills, cut through with country byways and low stone walls. Hillside vineyards grow Sangiovese and Vernaccia in a region which has produced wine continually since the 8th century BC. Terracotta-hued villages fan out from gothic-era churches, and down their shaded laneways, a hungry traveller may find many an osteria or ristorante serving flavourful regional specialities. In the afternoon, the breeze carries the tang of the sea.
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