The Mini course is dedicated to kids: it can be done without special equipment and offers five different games, including the Tibetan bridge and the final pulley.
The Junior course is made up of seven increasingly challenging games: what can appear simple when seen from the ground proves to be a challenge to be tackled with attention, always with the safety of the harness and the continuous lifeline.
To tackle the highest course you have to climb on a rope ladder more than six meters high, so you immediately get a taste of what awaits us: eight games including the vertical net, the ropes and the trunks, without forgetting the final descent from the asymmetrical ladder. Do not worry, however, here too you can count upon the harness and the safety of the continuous lifeline!
The climbing wall is a challenge for everyone: getting to play the trumpet placed at an height of 8 meters and then returning down hanging by the controlled descent system requires strength, agility and cold blood.
Adventure Park is a one-of-a-kind artificial facility towering in the garden inside the old town centre, before the beautiful prospect of Valdera’s hills.
The simple answer is in a single word: PERSPECTIVE.
Perspective, height, no limits and obstacles before your eyes that are finally free to look far and get curious.
This is PeccioloAvventura’s underlying idea.
A new way of visiting the town, a different point of view for the guests, another chance of getting to know the environment and getting in touch with it.
The building called "Caffè Haus" is located in the area known as "the garden" between the ancient Porta Volterrana and the Via di Lambercione, a scenic area consisting of a large panoramic viewpoint. The Kaffeehaus, so written and spread in the Austro-Hungarian area, was a recreational space comprising a garden with rooms used for parties and receptions. In Tuscany the Kaffeehaus becomes popular in the late XVIII and XIX centuries with the arrival of the Grand Duke Peter Leopold of Lorraine. The Caffè Haus in Peccioli was built at the beginning of the nineteenth century by the Marquis Giovanni Filippo Berte on a piece of his land where there was an ancient oil mill. It was called "garden" precisely because there was a garden, intended as a recreational and leisure area owned by the Marquise Dufour Berte. In the following years other buildings used as dwellings were added. In the first decades of the twentieth century the property passed to the Institute of Rustic Funds and the Caffé Haus was destined for service and warehouse areas.
Today this area is accessible to citizenship: the ideal place to organize birthday parties for your children! Unforgettable moments await you!