Casa Bellavista 🇮🇹


A Bed and Breakfast, but in the English sense of the term, because Simonetta and Guido will welcome you by opening the doors of their home to those who want to know the lifestyle of a real Tuscan family. Guests can use all the common areas such as the library, the living rooms and the dining room, as well as the outdoor spaces such as the park, the orchard with a view of Cortona, the soccer field, the garden with hammocks, the swimming pool and the whirlpool. 

They generate the electricity they need thanks to solar panels, they produce their water with a purification system, they recycle and compost waste because this is their idea of ​​sustainable hospitality: “We are guests of a land that has welcomed us, this is our way of thanking her.”  It was also in this context that Casa Bellavista decided to start offering only vegetarian and vegan dishes.

Sustainability for them means respecting nature, preserving the environment and showing respect for all the animals around. Sustainability means buying fruits and vegetables straight from local farmers and occasionally taking our guests with them, strengthening mutual trust and enhancing the uniqueness of the territory.  Sustainability also means respecting all labor regulations and trying to create as welcoming a working environment as possible. 


With the First Mile Project, they decided to:

    • Encourage “Leave no trace” behavior
    • Improve visitor flow management


Discover more about Casa Bellavista here.