Livernano is located near Radda in Chianti and Castellina in Chianti, the heart of wine producing Italy. This will become clear to guests when passing by the many vineyards on the way to this hamlet. A winding road takes you to this magical place, almost hidden for the rest of the world, which makes Livernano so precious. The hamlet is surrounded by almost untouched forests, which will make guests feel completely immersed in nature when staying there.
Livernano is an ancient place, first inhabited by Etruscans and later occupied by the Romans, who gave it its name. Long after the fall of the Roman empire, Livernano served as a fortified border post during the interminable wars of the two great mediaeval city states in Tuscany: Siena and Florence. The small beautifully preserved Romanesque church at the hamlet, which dates back to the 11th century, is a testimony of Livernano's ancient origins.
The hamlet has been restored from 1990 onwards. Today, Livernano is once again a working farm, producing fine wines, excellent olive oil and honey, vegetables and fruits.