The family-run Palazzo Vecchio farm, founded in 1976, is the daughter of the work and ingenuity of the forefather Mario Grossi and later of his son Simone, who invested all his resources in it.
Involving the whole family, Simone had the old barn renovated first (2002) and later (2010) also the farmhouse, obtaining what is now known as Farmhouse Palazzo Vecchio.
Located in a central area of the green Mugello valley, in Tuscany, on a lowland bordered to the east by the river Ensa, the Farmhouse Palazzo Vecchio enjoys excellent tranquility, even though it is relatively close to Borgo San Lorenzo.
Inside the farm, which extends for 51 hectares, it is possible to make guided educational visits to the breeding of cows selected for the production of fresh milk from the "Mugello Selection" line for the "Mukki" milk plant in Florence; it is also possible to see calves and pigs, and other poultry animals such as hens, geese, turkeys, doves and rabbits.
All the products of the farm, including seasonal vegetables, can be purchased directly by visitors, who can also stop and eat at our restaurant.
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The Farmhouse Palazzo Vecchio enjoys excellent tranquility, even though it is relatively close to Borgo San Lorenzo.
Our guests can enjoy a quiet, relaxing holiday, without having to give up the most beautiful cities of art: Florence (about 30 km) can be reached in just over half an hour by car and the train (station in Borgo San Lorenzo) leads directly to the historic center of the city.
In addition to the city of Florence, you can visit other artistic and cultural destinations such as Siena, Pisa and Lucca.