Weddings at Villa Nobile Cortona
Fulfill the dream of your special day in the Tuscan countryside. Let us take care of your wedding day,
organizing your ceremony and leaving you simply with an unforgettable memory of Villa Nobile.
Many different activities are available such as golfing, wine tasting, massages, thermal baths,
and many more to entertain yourselves, bridesmaids, groomsmen, friends, and family.
We are here to make your special day even better!
Wine Tasting at Villa Nobile
Choose to have a private wine tasting with an expert sommelier at the
Villa, or explore many beautiful wine cellars with an expert tour guide
and have a wine tasting in Montepulciano and Montalcino.
Cooking Classes at Villa Nobile, Cortona
We indulge you with exquisite dishes made using regional and seasonal ingredients that are produced by our suppliers to the very highest quality standards with a passion for agriculture.
Private Events at Villa Nobile, Cortona
The Villa would be the perfect location for many family and business events. Eg. Birthday Party, Baptism party, First Communion, Anniversary and much more.
Our Chef and staff will take care of all your needs.
We will provide you everything you wish for!
Come with us & discover the Tuscan countryside like never before.
Meet the locals, eat typical Tuscan food & enjoy your stay in our fabulous villa.
Soak in the beautiful landscape, the amazing artwork and architecture & its incredible charm.
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