We take care of offering excursions suitable for everyone, even for the elderly and children, in every port thanks to the collaboration with authorized and carefully selected local operators.
You can book tours of the cities where the boat will stop in a simple and convenient way thanks to the search engine that will provide you with all the tours available for your cruise ship.
Our excursions are practically identical to those that will be offered on the boat, with the only exception of the price: up to 70% cheaper!



You can enjoy a holiday in Tuscany without spending a fortune.


Anne-Claire, the landlady, will always be available to welcome you and give you all the information about Casa San Domenico.


In addition to speaking Italian, Anne-Claire is a native French speaker and also speaks English.


The part of the house reserved for guests has an independent entrance.


Casa San Domenico has land with 150 olive trees and every year, at the end of October, is the time for the olive harvest.


During your stay you can buy our Extra Virgin Olive Oil which we sell at €13 per litre.

The oil is packaged in hermetically sealed metal cans that you can safely transport on your return journey.


Pescia is a small medieval city, discreet and peaceful, located 45 minutes from Florence and Pisa and 15 minutes from Lucca, off the usual tourist itineraries. Its location makes it an excellent base for discovering this fascinating corner of Tuscany.
Divided by the Torrente Pescia, it represents the main center of the green and secluded Svizzera Pesciatina.
The historic center grew up around the current Cathedral, which was recently renovated. In addition to the Cathedral, the Gothic Church of San Francesco is worth seeing (inside which there is an interesting thirteenth-century altarpiece by Bonaventura Berlinghieri which illustrates episodes from the life of the Saint), the one dating year 1000 of Saints Stefano and Nicolao, the Oratory of the Madonna di Pie' di Piazza (designed by Buggianino); in addition to the Teatro Comunale Giovanni Pacini and the Cardini and Cecchi palaces.
Pescia is a very suitable destination for flower lovers, being by far one of the most important Italian centers for floriculture. Furthermore, in the immediate vicinity of the capital, it is worth visiting the hamlet of Collodi, a small medieval village made famous by the tale of Pinocchio.

Anne-Claire's Guide