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TIMESIS – Montepisano DMC is a SME based in Pisa (IT) with large expertise on project design, management, monitoring and evaluation of international projects. Since 2014 the Destination Management Company “Montepisano DMC” promotes the sustainable tourism development of the rural area of Monte Pisano in Tuscany. The DMC acts as incoming agency, territorial facilitator and network leader of the tourism SME network “Montepisano Territorio Ospitale”, also established in 2014.

Montepisano DMC and T.O. was born in 2014 with the aim of enhancing and promoting the area of Monte Pisano, in Tuscany a hilly countryside between Pisa and Lucca. Leader of a network of tourist enterprises we promote the area as a sustainable tourism destination, with a selection of friendly accommodations, local activities, experiences and products. Our company believe in sustainable travels and we struggle to ensure positive benefits to local community. Thanks to our deep knowledge of the region we build strong relationships with our experienced suppliers and we work together to make our holidays proposals a real experience for travellers. Our programs are mainly designed for small groups and individuals and we may  as well design customized offers following the travelers needs.

Monte Pisano a small group of hills, rising above the Arno river plain and separating the art cities of Pisa and Lucca. The landscape is very diverse and alternates stone walled terraced olive groves, with open fields and shady forests. This small enclave a stone’s throw from the Leaning tower of Pisa is characterized by a mild climate, hospitable family run farms and centuries of hard labor, sculpting the hills to gain farmland. Here are hidden gems of artistic and historical heritage of Pisa such as Romanesque parish churches, Medieval citadels and the imposing Certosa di Calci. A network of trails for walking and cycling crisscross the area, held up by kilometers of dry-stone walls and from the top, endless views of the plain, the Apennine Mountains and the Tirrenian sea.

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