A Natural Beauty

The park of Villa Bibbiani is a botanical treasure designed by Marquis Cosimo Ridolfi. He is considered the father of modern agronomy. A prominent figure throughout Tuscany and beyond. He was indeed the founder of the first agricultural school in Italy, a professor at the University of Pisa, and president of the Accademia dei Georgofili. It is to him that we owe the creation of the Bibbiani botanical park, eighteen hectares of land featuring exotic, centuries-old, and unique species in a charming bucolic context.

A Gem in the Heart of Montalbano

The entire estate covers 400 hectares stretching from Montalbano to the Arno plain. Villa Bibbiani is the focal point of this magnificent corner of Tuscany.

Even today, one can admire enchanting Italian-style gardens and lush grassy and wooded meadows that host thousands of centuries-old and exotic species.