Tuscany Villas for rent - Luxury villas in Tuscany by geographical area
Luxury villas in Tuscany by geographical area

If you're planning your holidays in Tuscany and you need a hint on the area to stay ask advice to our experts who will find for you the best luxury villas in Tuscany by geographical area.

Definitely a luxury villa in Chianti is the ideal choice to discover one of the most famous ares in Tuscany with hills covered with vineyards, olive groves, cypresses, castles and small medieval towns. Between Florence, Siena and Arezzo your luxury villa in Chianti will be a little dream that come true. And staying in Chianti also means delicious tastings of wines and typical products, centuries-old cellars to visit, good restaurants where you can taste the traditional dishes of the Tuscan cuisine.

If to the Chianti Classico DOCG wine you prefer a more full body wine and you want to discover the area where they produce the famous Brunello di Montalcino, the ideal choice is renting a luxury villa in Val d'Orcia. You can visit Pienza, Montalcino, Montepulciano, Bagno Vignoni and you will be in a land which is a Unesco World Heritage site, famous for its beauty and uniqueness. The tranquility, the medieval villages of the Val d'Orcia, the landscape and the delicious local products will make your holiday in Tuscany unforgettable.

You have young children who love the sea?  Do you prefer the wide sandy beaches surrounded by high snow-capped mountains or small quiet beaches immersed in parks?

If you prefer the first, for your sea holidays in Tuscany you can choose one of our luxury villas in Versilia, while if you prefer the latter we suggest you select one of our luxury villas with exclusive private pool in Maremma. Known for its sandy beaches and the nightlife, Versilia attracts tourists from around the world thanks to its proximity to the international airport of Pisa. A luxurious villa in Maremma, however, will allow you to discover an area of Tuscany still partly wild, among lagoon, countryside, sea and large areas managed by the famous 'butteri', the cowboys of Tuscany.