The charm of the legendary de Medici ancient hunting reserve has remained unchanged: Villa Panna was recently the object of meticulous renovation works that restored its original beauty.
To discover the magic of Villa Panna, we welcome you to take a journey through the Villa. Just click on the start arrow on the video.
Rich in works of art, the villa perfectly blends into the lush surrounding nature. In 1860, when the estate was purchased by Marquis Torrigiani, Villa Panna was converted into a full summer residence with artificial lakes, statues and decorations (Marquis Torrigiani created the first mineral water production facility, which shortly became the favourite table water of the Florentine elite). The adjacent chapel, which was commissioned by Grand Duke Francis I in 1572, prides in terracotta that can be attributed to the school of Della Robbia. During the period of 2004-2007, Villa Panna was the object of meticulous renovation works that restored its original beauty. Rich in works of art, the villa perfectly blends into the surrounding nature. Today, Villa Panna - a great asset for the mineral water that’s still bottled there by the same name - functions as an outstanding meeting place for events and press conferences. More than anywhere else, the tight bond between man and nature can be clearly felt at the estate as the presence of a production facility and corporate offices does not alter the natural balance of this beautiful land that, thus far, has remained almost intact.