CASE DI GELLO
Gello in the drawings of Leonardo Da Vinci
The dominant position of Gello and the arrangement of the buildings in circle indicate that it was founded centuries ago.
The town definitely already existed during the Middle Ages, and the first map it appears on is a Val di Cecina survey drawn by Leonardo da Vinci in 1503 (Windsor Royal Library 12683), where Gello is are clearly mentioned among other cities whose names have remain almost unchanged.
Four independent stone built cottages and a common event area are available for the guests of Casedigello.
Each suggested accommodation provides the single party occupancy with a cottage and its dedicated outdoor spaces for groups comprising from two up to six people with children.