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The blog of Borgo4case is a diary about what happens here, our philosophy, local food recipes, and suggestions for your holiday in Versilia.

Intimate wedding in the Tuscan countryside

Intimate wedding in the Tuscan countryside

Borgo4case hosts an intimate wedding in the tuscan countryside.     An intimate wedding in the Tuscan countryside. Borgo4case hosts small events and weddings. The olive grove is a very suggestive place perfect for organizing a small eco-sustainable wedding, both for the ceremony and for dinner. In this service, we have created an elegant white…

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What to do in Versilia in Autumn

What to do in Versilia in Autumn

Many people think that the ideal time to visit Versilia is summer, but the other seasons also have a lot to offer and those who live there know this well. With today’s post we want to tell you how many things there are to do in Versilia in autumn… we are waiting for you! Olive…

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Small eco sustainable wedding in Tuscany

Small eco sustainable wedding in Tuscany

In July 2020 Borgo4case hosted the photoshoot of a small eco-sustainable wedding among the olive trees. The organization and selection of green suppliers – careful to minimize the environmental impact – was handled by the wedding planner Cecilia di Righe e Pois. The small wedding, or perhaps I should say the micro wedding, was designed…

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BnB Casa Torretta: the breakfast

BnB Casa Torretta: the breakfast

I like taking care of my guests, and the breakfast is a very delicate moment of the day, so I pay attention to every detail. I prepare a balanced and rich breakfast and every day I try to vary the products, to satisfy everyone’s tastes and never bore the palates of my guests.   Food…

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Eco-sustainable holidays in Versilia

Eco-sustainable holidays in Versilia

I already imagine you are wondering, why should I plan my eco-sustainable holidays in Versilia? Every human action brings with it consequences on the environment. How we eat, transport, the accommodation we live in, every purchase we make, even a holiday. We can, therefore, choose to travel in a more sustainable and conscious way, starting…

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The pasqualina quiche

The pasqualina quiche

One of the Easter dishes, is the Pasqualina quiche. I have cooked it for the first time yesterday. It took a pandemic to make me find time to stop and experiment with a new recipe! I prepared it together with my cousin Amalia, chef and yoga teacher living in Knoxville, with whom we use to…

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