TRAVEL FROM THE UK
BY AIR: UK to Pisa. Pisa airport is a growing airport & you pass through the formalities quickly. An alternative airport is Florence. BA, Ryanair, Easy Jet & Jet 2 all service Pisa on a regular basis from all over the UK.
ON ARRIVAL: By car from Pisa airport to Lucca is 25 mins by motorway with a further picturesque 25 mins journey to Celle following the river, then a winding, asphalt road from Diecimo.
DRIVING: from the UK is also an option and we can give advice of routes if required.
The whole area is rich in historic & cultural interest.
The charming city of Lucca – 25 mins by car, retains elements of its age & history amid its many churches, imposing palaces & in the secluded squares one finds sophisticated shops & restaurants.
Florence by car - 1hr 15mins. We recommend travelling by train (a doddle) as parking can be tiresome in the City.
The Chianti area between Florence and Siena (2 hrs by car - each way) is one of the most beautiful in Italy. A long day, but do'able!
No food shops in the village itself: With only 32 people living in Celle, there is not enough business to warrant shops..... HOWEVER........
Only 10 mins drive down the hill is Diecimo. There is a row of small shops run by the locals, a Post office, 2 petrol stations, chemist, a baker who bakes on the premises There are 2 cafes, where you can stop & have coffee & delicious cakes freshly filled rolls.
A further 5 min. drive to Borgo Mozzano is a supermarket & large deli and butcher. An ideal shop to start your holiday shopping.
There is another, larger supermarket (Esselunga) in Marlia which is in the direction of Lucca.
There are many great restaurants within 3-10mins drive from Celle & one in the village itself serving.
The nearest Train Station is in Diecimo with a direct line to Lucca. You will need to change at Lucca for Florence or Pisa.
Free parking at Diecimo Station