We strive to create a platform to nurture harmony, contemplation and consciousness, a vibrating ecosystem based on the two pillars of culture and nature. each and every one of our activities is centered on this philosophy, we are committed to share the magic of our land through experiences that will enrich and inspire you.


We currently offer hospitality in our modernly refurbished Garden Pavilion Guesthouse. The perfect mix of modern comfort and rustic living, for those seeking to enjoy the easy rhythm of the Tuscan life. The Guesthouse sleeps 4 adults in two rooms with en-suite bathrooms and enjoys access to a private garden with open-air tub and idyllic views over the estate’s olive groves and vineyards. Prices and availability upon request.



We regularly open the gates of Villa di Geggiano to small groups of art historians, botanical experts, and amateurs of the arts for private tours of the Villa and its gardens. Visits are upon appointment only and can be booked through our contacts page.

Visit Villa di Geggiano
Villa di Geggiano Convivio


Every summer, Villa di Geggiano opens its gates to private guests for a communal dining experience, designed together with our resident guest Chefs. Convivio is the ultimate Geggiano dining experience, gathering around delicious food is a pretext to connect with new people and exchange ideas, stories and travel notes.


Art & Culture

Artistic and cultural production have always been intrinsically linked to the history of the Villa, and they continue to play a central role in the life here at Geggiano also today. For the past twenty years, the Teatrino di Verzura has hosted yearly classical music concerts organized with small ensembles of the Berliner Philarmoniker Orchestra. Recently, the Villa has also been the stage for a programme of contemporary art exhibitions by leading Italian and international contemporary artists.

Villa di Geggiano chapel exhibition
Sailing Villa di Geggiano


The Santander of Wight, a Philipp Rhodes-designed Bermudian sloop, has been a cherished part of the Boscu Bianchi Bandinelli family since 1964. The yacht was commissioned in 1957 by the famous Hollywood star Richard Greene (who played “Robin Hood” in the first TV series) to R. & W. CLARK LTD., renowned shipwrights at East Cowes on the Island of Wight. In 1999, the boat starred alongside Matt Damon, Jude Law and Gwyneth Paltrow in Anthony Minghella’s adaptation of The Talented Mr. Ripley.

Santander of Wight is now available for private sailing charters, to transport the Geggiano Experience to the blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea.