- 6 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Outdoor Pool
- Shared Spa
It doesn’t get more romantic than Tuscany. This picture-perfect region is bursting with character, charm and, of course, incredible Italian food just waiting to be tried.
Dreaming of an Italian escape? Then Tuscany is the answer. From Chianti to Florence, Siena to San Gimignano, Tuscany is an unforgettable world waiting to be discovered.
Famed worldwide for the production of its distinctive wine, Tuscany is a wine lover’s heaven. Stay in a luxury villa in the Chianti region and you will be right in amongst the region’s best vineyards and wineries, surrounded by the romance of Tuscany and the fruity scent of fine red wine. Foodies won’t leave disappointed either – excellent olive oil is milled throughout Tuscany. Truffles are a Tuscan mountain delicacy and bistecca alla Fiorentina is a must-try.
No trip to Tuscany is complete without visiting the majestic city of Florence – the jewel of Tuscany. Home to breath-taking architecture, world-class museums and galleries, and bustling marketplaces, Florence is a wonderfully romantic city with so much to discover.
Tuscany is the epitome of a picture-perfect Italy. The picturesque rolling hills of the countryside, world-class art from the Renaissance and medieval periods, flavoursome seasonal food and endearing hilltop villages make for a delightful luxury villa holiday to Tuscany.
Our luxury villas in Tuscany cater to every taste and requirement whilst all being unashamedly fabulous. Whether you want modern and contemporary, a traditional Italian farmhouse, hilltop views or a private location we will be sure to find the perfect Tuscany villa rental for you and your group.
We don’t do ordinary here. We are a small team of experienced travel specialists, no request is too big or too small, so please do ask for our advice if you are planning to book a luxury villa in Tuscany.
Best for sundowners
Rooftop Bar Grand Hotel Minerva – This rooftop bar in Florence provides a secluded and relaxing area for a drink. Enjoy one of the most beautiful views in the world — the façade of the Church of Santa Maria Novella, the Duomo, Giotto’s bell tower and the Palazzo Vecchio.
Grand Hotel Duomo Roof Garden – On the 5th floor of the hotel you can find the Roof Garden, one of the most exciting, panoramic terraces in the city, which offers an incomparable view! Enjoy an aperitif as the last couple of lights left in the city colour all of the architecture of the most famous square in Italy with a brilliant red.
Hotel Athena Rooftop bar – The rooftop bar and restaurant of the four-star hotel Athena has a wonderful view over Siena and surrounding hills covered in vineyards, olive trees and stone houses.
Il Faconiere – The stylish, one Michelin starred, Il Faconiere, is a typically Tuscan fine dining restaurant. Located in an old lemon house that forms part of a bigger 17th-century villa, it feels both charmingly rustic and very sophisticated.
Enoteca Pinchiorri – Currently owned by Giorgio Pinchiorri and Annie Feolde, the three-star Michelin restaurant, Enoteca Pinchiorri, was named the 32nd best restaurant in the world by British Restaurant Magazine. Found in Florence, the establishment serves dishes made from locally sourced ingredients, paired with tasty Tuscan wines.
IO Osteria Personale – The philosophy behind IO Osteria Personale was owner Matteo Fantini’s desire to break down stereotypes about Italian cuisine. Forget everything you thought you knew about Tuscan staples, pasta or seafood, and expect creative combinations such as quinoa risotto with figs, coffee and blue cheese.
Best for exploring
Taste truffles in San Miniato – Tuscany offers plenty of opportunities for sampling this perfumed and pricey fungus. San Miniato, a brisk little agricultural town more or less equidistant between Pisa and Florence, is particularly renowned throughout Italy for its variety.
Wine tasting in Chianti – Some of Italy’s finest vintages are produced in these celebrated vineyards between Florence and Siena. The region can seem like a place where every aspect of life is in perfect balance: the undulating landscape is harmoniously varied; the climate for most of the year is balmy, and on top of all this there’s plenty of wine tasting to experience.
Visit the island of Giglio – Out in the Tuscan archipelago, Giglio is a little jewel of an island that boasts citadels, stone villages and panoramic mountain hikes, as well as beaches and watersports.
Tuscany essential visit
Enjoy a spa day – Tuscany has some of the swankiest spa towns in all of Italy. Depending on what you are looking for, a little R&R whilst in Tuscany should not be missed.
Tuscany is a year-round destination but the most popular time to visit is summer when it can reach 30°C. Spring and autumn are the best times to visit if you prefer cooler days.
Tuscany has two international airports, the Galileo Galilei International Airport in Pisa and Amerigo Vespucci Airport, also known as Peretola, in Florence. Located only 80 km apart, the Pisa airport is the larger of the two airports.
Hiring a car is recommended if you want to explore the delights of this incredible region. Please do ask our team if you would like a luxury vehicle delivered to your private Tuscany villa on arrival.
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