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“Il Vecchio Frantoio”, a beautifully restored old olive mill. It is one of very few (if not the only one) frantoio (an Italian word for an olive mill) in such a good shape. The mill was build in around 1750 and was partially adapted to provide a cozy accommodation in the 80s of XX century. It is ideally situated: the world famous “Leaning Tower” of Pisa and the beautiful Tuscan city of Lucca are only a 30 minute drive away. The picturesque Tuscan beaches, Florence and other famous towns in Tuscany, like Volterra, San Gimignano or Montecatini Terme are within easy reach from “Il Vecchio Frantoio”.

Four cozily furnished and well equipped apartments are at your disposal on our premises. Our guests can benefit from the swimming pool and a beautiful garden.

Most of the Buti amenities are in the walking distance, so you can leave your car parked and enjoy wine in an excellent restaurant nearby!


Buti is a comune in the Province of Pisa in Tuscany, located about 50 kilometres west of Florence and about 15 kilometres east of Pisa. The are of Buti is famous for the top quality of olive oil and currently of its several excellent restaurants which attract Italian from the entire Pisa and Lucca area.

Proximity of Monte Pisani (mountains of Pisa) makes it ideal place not only for the calm and quiet holiday rest, but it offers lots of great opportunities for the biking and walking/jogging lovers.


Tuscany is famous for its landscapes and beautiful architecture and therefore it is a popular destination for travelers in Italy. The mostly recognized cities of Tuscany are Siena, Lucca, Pisa and Florence. The Chianti region, Versilia and Val d’Orcia are also internationally renowned and particularly popular spots among travellers.

Seven Tuscan localities have been designated World Heritage Sites: the historic centre of Florence (1982); the Cathedral square of Pisa (1987); the historical centre of San Gimignano (1990); the historical centre of Siena (1995); the historical centre of Pienza (1996); the Val d’Orcia (2004), and the Medici Villas and Gardens (2013). Tuscany has over 120 protected nature reserves, making Tuscany and its capital Florence popular tourist destinations that attract millions of tourists every year.