Parco delle Piscine
Parco delle Piscine is a stunning holiday park with some outstanding facilities. One of the real highlights is the children's pool which is fed by naturally warmed running spring water. Set in the heart of the Tuscan countryside the park is just a short stroll from Sarteano where you can visit a medieval castle.
The pool complex is the focal point for the site and there is also a pool bar for your convenience. Activities on this park include football, tennis, volleyball and more unusually - cooking classes! Children can make new friends and have fun at the kids clubs.
Step out of the park and you can explore the Tuscan and Umbrian countryside which includes the vineyards and olive groves. The cities of Florence and Sienna are also within reach.
Opening Dates: 22/04/2017 - 23/09/2017
Nearest Airport: Florence (FLR) - 134km
Recommended Port: Calais - 1518km
Nearest Town: Sarteano - 0.05km
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