Castello di San Fabiano, Florence, Tuscany
A unique medieval castle run by an Italian family with a focus on traditional and genuine Italian hospitality.
What's So Special About Castello di San Fabiano?
A unique family-run castle in the heart of Tuscany, Castello di San Fabiano is a characterful castle available for exclusive use destination weddings.
Near Siena, this property is surrounded by beautiful gardens and a vast expanse of countryside.
Inside the venue you can accommodate up to 36 guests in 17 rooms. For your wedding ceremony and reception you can have up to 300 guests in total. There are various indoor and outdoor spaces that lend themselves to elegant terrace reception drinks, sumptuous al fresco banquets and late evening dance floor celebrations.
Outside the castle you will find a collection of olive and lemon trees, roses and dahlias. This setting makes for the perfect outdoor wedding ceremony, exchanging vows with in amongst the Italian countryside.
Your guests can also enjoy the salt-water swimming pool for a post wedding day pool party.
For your wedding guests staying a while Castello di San Fabiano is a perfect base to discover central Tuscany: Siena is just 15 minutes, whilst Florence, Arezzo, Montalcino are just 60 minutes drive.
The nearest airports are Florence, 1 hour and 30 minutes and Rome or Pisa’ airports are 2 and a half hours away.
For more information on hiring Castello di San Fabiano as your wedding venue or to request a brochure with pricing and packages, or to book a visit please click here.
The castle of San Fabiano was built in the 13th century by king Charles of Anjou. The medieval tower, along with the renaissance courtyard, loggia and the 1800’s stables all offer unique spaces for your modern day event.
1hr 55 to the North, 2hrs 30 to the South.
Italian – French and English are also widely spoken and understood.
Italy has plenty of public transport, from the trains to the metro in cities like Milan. The roads (and Italian drivers) are notoriously terrifying for foreigners so it’s often better to take a taxi than hire a car.
Each town in Italy has it's own patron saint and shuts down to celebrate the saint’s day each year (e.g. Rome is Sts. Peter and Paul, June 29th). Alongside Christmas and Easter, the other big religious festivals are Epiphany (6th January) and All Saints Day (1st November). All of Italy celebrates Labour Day (1st May) and also Liberation Day (April 25th).
Good Time to Go
Late April - Mid October
good to know
June is recognised as the month of Juno, the Roman Goddess of Marriage.
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