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Tertulia Coliving

Località Rossoio, Florence, Italy
  • Bedrooms
  • Beds
  • Baths
  • Min. stay
    One Week
  • Wifi (Down/Upload)

Tertulia Co-living

Tertulia Coliving is a historic farm house located in the hills of Tuscany, surrounded by forest. With eight bedrooms, a dedicated coworking space, and several communal areas, Tertulia Coliving provides digital nomads with a unique space to call home. Located an hour by car to Florence, Pisa and Bologna, it’s within easy reach of several airports. Check out this beautiful space in the Italian countryside!

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Climate In Vicchio
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Tertulia Coliving Reviews

38 reviews
  • K S
    K S
    6 months ago

    I came to Tertulia for 2 weeks last summer and ended up staying for over a month. Some of the highlights: - 360 views on lush mountain forest (I really didn’t know it can be so green in Tuscany!) - The hosts are absolutely lovely and make you feel very welcome and comfortable. Ditto for the colivers and for the the ex-colivers that have settled in the area over time. Tertulia really feels like a part of the fabric of local community - Solid internet (which they’ve recently made even better) and lots of space for working including a desk in each room - Kitchen very spacious and super well-equipped, we’ve made all sorts of ambitious cooking projects and found everything we needed - I was without a car and it wasn’t really a problem - there’s always someone going down to town so not hard to hitch a ride - This really feels like a coliving, there’s always something going on, not in a way that feels forced but because people genuinely want to hang out, cook and celebrate together - The property is huge so there’s also plenty of space for quiet alone time - Organic garden where if you are interested you can learn about permaculture - Special s/o for super inexpensive delicious local natural wine in the honesty bar I really loved my time here and cannot recommend it enough! Cannot wait to be back

  • Mike van der Veen
    Mike van der Veen
    6 months ago

    Wonderful place! Really great hosts that integrate the coliving life into the typical Italian and Tuscan country side life. I had some heart warming experience while staying in Tertulia for a month. I still miss the place and I'll go back for sure. Wine, fire, fruits, forest, peace and meaningful encounters. Everything I was looking for at the moment I found in and around this place❤️

  • Absolute Exercise
    Absolute Exercise
    3 years ago

    I have had the most amazing experience staying at Tertulia! Apart from the quiet secluded location the amazing views from my window all the way to Vicchio village in the distance. The Tuscan mountains ever changing light and colours show me why so many grate artists have been inspired by this amazing landscape. This combined with warm hospitality with an emphasis on living harmoniously in nature with real organic foods grown on the property and produced in the local area, I left feeling healed and recharged.

  • Sander Mangel
    Sander Mangel
    2 years ago

    When it comes to coworking places, or coliving, Tertulia is by far the best experience I had. The location is fantastic, rooms are comfortable, enough working space and stable internet, and Francesco and Giorgia are wonderful hosts and attract an amazing crowd to their little slice of heaven. Definitely will come back.

  • Aida Knežević
    Aida Knežević
    4 months ago

    I stayed here for a month in October 2022. What I loved most about Tertulia are the people I met there. Everyone I interacted with, from the hosts to the colivers, were genuine, kind, and friendly people. They are open to new perspectives and having conversations that go beyond surface-level things like career. At the time, we were a smaller group of about 8-10 people so we really got to know each other. Important things to know before coming: - This is a peaceful coliving perfect for people who really *love* nature and want a break from the busy city life. - Ideally, you should have a car. The house is in a remote location on a hill, surrounded by the forest and walking to the nearby village where there are supermarkets, cafes, etc. would take you at least an hour. You can manage without a car, there's always someone who can give you a ride but you'd still be dependent on their schedule.

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