This restored medieval village in Tuscany, Italy, is set among 2,700 acres of vineyards, olive trees, and a hunting reserve filled with wild boar and pheasants. In addition to the estate’s La Tabaccaia Hotel, a second property, Il Castelfalfi, opened in April as a more luxurious alternative.
Don’t Miss foraging with an agronomist for Marzolo truffles, blackberries, and wild asparagus. Learn to transform the ingredients into regional dishes such as pici alla norcina (penne with sausage and cream sauce) in the resort’s cooking school. Single rooms from $225 to $895; doubles from $250 to $920.