Adventures, emotions and relaxation in a region that never ceases to amaze: Tuscany. A land of beauty, art, culture and gastronomic traditions. Immerse yourself in the Tuscan dolce vita, le Fraine awaits you!
Dive into well-being
After a long day at the beach or visiting the city,
enjoy pure relaxation by the pool.
Your moments of queite will be crowned by the bucolic view of the vineyards and the Santa Luce nature reserve.
Enjoy your holiday to the full
When the day turns into evening, and the hills change color, it’s time for the Aperitif.
Take this opportunity to taste the typical products of the earth: our wines accompanied by typical Tuscan flavors.
Green hills and cities of art
Tuscany is not only the cradle of the Italian Renaissance, but also one of the most fascinating regions of Italy, with its lush countryside and fascinating medieval villages. Not to mention the millenary traditions that continue to live even in the largest urban realities.
How love it feels to go around the tuscany hills?
Set off on your bicycle and let yourself be enchanted by the unique landscapes of the Terre di Pisa.
Between untouched nature, vineyards and enchanting villages to be discovered.
Whether you are an experienced rider, or a beginner, it doesn’t matter: there are courses of all kinds.
Mare, mare mare, ma che voglia di arrivare!
At 20 minutes you can find the first beaches to enjoy relaxing days by the sea. Starting from the nearest bay of Santa Luce – Vada, to the enchanting Gulf of Baratti.
Discover a different beach every day.
Lao Tzeng Institute
The most important Buddhist center in Italy and one of the largest in Europe was born a few minutes from Santa Luce. Could it be a pure coincidence that this area was chosen?
A corner of Provence in Italy
In the summer, Santa Luce is tinged with purple! The blooming lavender gives visitors a unique panorama to admire.
Guided tours, floral workshops, Zen walks during “”Days of Lavender””, the organized activities are among the most varied.
The nature reserve, surrounded by cultivated fields, in the middle of the Pisan hills, includes entirely an artificial lake, made by Solvay Italy in the 1960s, as a water basin for fire prevention.