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Via di Norcenni 7, 50063, Figline e Incisa Valdarno Italy
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#1 of 25 Specialty lodging in Figline e Incisa Valdarno
Looking for the ideal base for visiting Tuscany? Then the Norcenni Girasole Village is what you’re after! The holiday camp is halfway between Florence and Arezzo and close to other Tuscan art cities. Situated in the municipality of Figline Valdarno, the Norcenni Girasole Club stretches over the Chianti hills, and is the ideal accommodation if you want full comforts for a family holiday: two parks with swimming pools of all kinds, restaurants, fitness centre, horse-riding and much, much more!
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Game room
Mini golf
Indoor play area for children
Paid wifi
Outdoor pool
Fence around pool
Fitness classes
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Poolside bar
Tennis court
Water park
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Table tennis
Nightclub / DJ
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Shuttle bus service
BBQ facilities
Convenience store
Gift shop
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
ATM on site
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
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Room features
Private balcony
Seating area
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Dutch, German and 1 more
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Philippa Challis wrote a review Sep 2020
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I first visited this site more than 25 years ago and it has changed beyond recognition. The facilities are excellent, though I imagine in July/August very busy. My only complaint is one I have on nearly all sites, ie. a lack of handrails for the more elderly or physically limited clients. The site is hilly so a challenge for the elderly, but we managed. The pool at the top pool complex is the best for access.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from Travel31317970310, Other at Norcenni Girasole Village
Responded Oct 2, 2020
Dear Guest, Thank you very much for your review and for taking the time to post your feedback in regards to your recent stay. We do hope to see you soon again. Kindest Regards Customer Care - Human Company
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Etienne wrote a review Sep 2020
Apeldoorn, The Netherlands49 contributions19 helpful votes
My boyfriend and I visited this property at the end of the season, from the 15th of September up to and including the 20th (the day the village was closing). The campsite was the biggest surprise of our roadtrip through Italy. We stayed in the Giotto Plus mobile home, and it was amazing. It was very clean, airconditioned, and conveniently located. We booked through the website of Human Company (from the Netherlands) and the rates were very good compared to other providers. There are a lot of amenities on the campsite, however a few locations were closed already because it was so late in the season. It didn't bother us, since we were near the lower village and everything was still opened there. The market is great for "forgotten groceries" and fresh daily bread. We, however, did most of our shopping at the huge Coop.fi shopping center located near the campsite. We preferred the swimming pool in the top village, and it turned out to be a pretty steep climb. There is a train-bus running frequently, but we decided to take the daily excercise. I mean, enough time to relax at the pool! We are certainly looking to return in the future. The cleanliness, location and amenities really surprised us. We were very charmed by this great campsite!
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Response from Travel31317970310, Other at Norcenni Girasole Village
Responded Oct 2, 2020
Dear Guest, Thanks a lot for this detailed and honest comment. We are very happy to hear you enjoyed your stay. Thanks for visiting us and see you again Kindest Regards Customer Care - Human Company
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ricky u wrote a review Aug 2020
Dublin, Ireland3 contributions3 helpful votes
I was at this beautiful campsite and was very satisfied. Beautiful pools and great lifeguards!!!!! The sanitization service is very efficienti, every night everything is sanitized! I'm definitely going to recommend it to my friends.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Response from Travel31317970310, Other at Norcenni Girasole Village
Responded Aug 20, 2020
Dear Guest, Thank you for your comment. We take care of our guests' opinion and we are happy to know you had such a great time with us! Kindest Regards Customer Care - Human Company
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Wifeand3kids wrote a review Aug 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom251 contributions99 helpful votes
It’s big. This is most obvious at night when everyone descends on the restaurants and bars in the evening. Loads of choice for pools and food. Good supermarket that is reasonably priced and has excellent wine ( on tap). Best mobile homes are the Edens. Great location and lots of space between. Also very private. Hot tubs not working due to Covid but that would have been 🍒 on the 🎂.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Response from Travel31317970310, Other at Norcenni Girasole Village
Responded Aug 18, 2020
Dear Guest, We read your comment with pleasure. We are glad that we helped you to have a pleasant holiday! We do hope to see you soon. Kindest Regards Customer Care - Human Company
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Keriannburns wrote a review Aug 2020
Stuttgart, Germany85 contributions39 helpful votes
You have a few decisions to make when you book your accommodations at Norcenni - it is a larger resort with upper and lower sections with different offerings and style. Hope you find this breakdown helpful! Starting at check-in, you'll likely be met with a queue of people during high season. Moves fairly quickly BUT our first issue began when it was here that we learned both the upper area restaurant and market were both *closed* for the season - something not noted on the website or anywhere at anytime during my extensive research and phone calls with customer service at the resort. We booked an apartment in the upper resort -- if you want to feel like you're actually **in** Tuscany - choose accommodations here; the buildings are beautifully rustic and typical of the region. I do -not- recommend Room 39 or those next to it - they're basically in the parking lot and #39 has an awkward bed in the kitchen, is very dark and not at all what we envisioned when booking online. Staff member, Irene, was a rockstar! She was extremely helpful and quickly moved us to apartment 42 which opens up to a private courtyard and was a much better layout/space for our family of 4. It was under a 6 minute walk from the bottom of the resort to the top (our apartment). It is indeed hilly - Tuscany is hilly:) If you choose not to walk, there is indeed a train-on-wheels that has 2 stops (upper / lower) if you plan to go to the market for groceries and don't want to walk them back up, for example, or just don't want to walk in general. I still think walking is faster - so get in those steps and earn some pasta e vino!:) POOLS: the upper pools consist of children's play area and 2 more, shallower pools with large 'mounds' for sun bathing, etc. There's also a lazy river and 3 additional pools (one for simple play & 2 others for swimming). There's a pool bar with drinks, food & treats as well! The wine that's served comes from a vineyard just up the hill (La Palagina) - you can book a dinner in the vineyard there (awesome!!) - more on that shortly! Our kids seemed to enjoy the lower pools more - that's where all of the action was during our stay (the Animation Team does water aerobics, Zumba, etc.). There is a larger slide there along with 4 separate pools - one is slightly heated, one is used for an awesome aqua bike group exercise class (do it!) and the others are great for swimming. There's even a rock climbing water section, too. The pools open at 9am - don't try to sneak in prior to get your lounge chairs - the gates are locked & you can't get in - I tried!! If you're at the pools shortly after 9am you should have no problem reserving the chairs of your choice:) There's also a pool bar with the same offerings as up top BUT you also have access to the other main restaurants, cute little shop and great market - all at the lower area of the resort. The lower section is indeed where everything is located - InfoPoint to book excursions, the fantastic market (very clean with a great selection of food, wine, etc.), a gift shop with floaties, cute clothes, shoes and trinkets to take home. One of the restaurants was closed (Covid) but the food at the others was very good! RESTAURANTS / FOOD: I wouldn't recommend paying for breakfast - because of Covid and the inability to set up a traditional buffet - it's skimpy. Better off buying from the market and eating that meal in the room. You can make reservations and although we never did - it's not a bad idea! It gets quite busy in high season. DEFINITELY try the sausage / meat plate from the main restaurant that overlooks the pool area -- it's delicious! You can buy it from a butcher called 'Pampaloni Enrico' in town at Figline - a Tuscan specialty! We did the dinner with wine tasting at the smaller, wine restaurant (can't recall the name) on site - it was chaotic and not very organised BUT Mateo (our waiter) handled it wonderfully and turned it around for us! There are some wonderful staff members there for certain! EXCURSIONS & OFF PROPERTY RECS: We did the 'dinner in the vineyard' one night and was one of our favorite experiences! You'll take a short bus ride up to Palagina and eat family style with other guest. There was a lovely Italian gentleman singing & playing guitar (turns out it was Mateo's Dad!!) - the atmosphere is stunningly beautiful as you are truly *IN* in the vineyard among hanging lights, free flowing wine and delicious food! The main course was a little skimpy (a salad with pork slices) - it was tasty but considering the hearty portions of meat, cheese, bread, traditional Tuscan soup that preceded it - we thought the main course would be 'more.' We wanted to go off property for dinner our last night and Irene recommended Casanuova (10 minute ride away). The InfoPoint person called us a cab and off we went. IT WAS SPECTACULAR! Highly recommend! It's a chic yet charming, rustic bed and breakfast in the Tuscan hills overlooking gardens and a vineyard. The food was incredible - all homemade; we watched the chefs preparing the pasta from the open kitchen! A 4 course menu was 35 Euros per person and it was heaven! Go! We also visited Montepulciano and Siena on day trips - both were wonderful and enjoyed by all (even the kids who get hot and easily annoyed at times because they just want to swim!). We're Americans living in Germany (no, we didn't sneak into the country during Covid and yes, we don't vacation as long as our European counterparts!). We truly had a wonderful trip and found the location of Norcenni to be wonderful for exploring the beauty of Tuscany! Overall, we find these kind of camp site set ups to be really excellent for families since our kids want to be around other kids and make friends! If you're looking for something closer to the Med for a beach experience, we've stayed at the Human Company property called Park Albatross and really loved that facility as well!
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Room Tip: Choose the upper area and apartments for a true Tuscan feel!
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Response from Travel31317970310, Other at Norcenni Girasole Village
Responded Aug 18, 2020
Dear Guest, Thanks a lot for this detailed and honest comment. We are very happy to hear you loved your stay. We would be more than happy to see you again Kindest Regards Customer Care - Human Company
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Frequently Asked Questions about Norcenni Girasole Village
Which popular attractions are close to Norcenni Girasole Village?
Nearby attractions include Pasticceria & Gelateria Guccoli (1.4 miles), Castello di Querceto (3.9 miles), and Podere Casa al Bosco (1.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Norcenni Girasole Village?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Norcenni Girasole Village?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Norcenni Girasole Village?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Norcenni Girasole Village?
Conveniently located restaurants include Osteria de' Medici, L' Amichi Mia, and Osteria Corte De` Frati.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Norcenni Girasole Village?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and fitness classes during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Norcenni Girasole Village?
Yes, laundry service and self serve laundry are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Norcenni Girasole Village?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Norcenni Girasole Village?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, German, Italian, and Dutch.
Are there any historical sites close to Norcenni Girasole Village?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Torre della Bandinella (3.4 miles), Palazzo Pretorio Di Figline Valdarno (1.2 miles), and Chiesa Di San Bartolomeo A Scampata (1.3 miles).
Does Norcenni Girasole Village have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.