Coordinates: 43 ° 46’26 “N – 11 ° 30’17” E

Altitude: 309 m above sea level

Population: 7726

Pelago is a small village nestled between the Arno and Sieve rivers, among the hills and Apennine mountains, 25 km from Florence. Since Roman times its countryside has been famous for producing oil and excellent wines, the most well-known being the Nipozzano of the Frescobaldi family.

The metal fittings used for Il Bisonte bags and accessories are produced in Pelago by craftsmen who have passed down the ancient tradition of working wrought iron, which has been practiced here for centuries.