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The Tuscan region offers not just delicious traditional cuisine and excellent wines, but also an abundance of art, history, and breathtaking natural beauty.

In Tuscany the Unesco named seven sites as World Heritage Sites: The Historic Centre of Florence, Pisa, Square of Miracles , The Historic Centre of Siena, The Historic Centre of San Gimignano, The historic centre of Pienza, The landscape of Val d'Orcia, The Medici Villas and Gardens.

The best villas in each location have been carefully selected by us to provide you with the most comfortable holiday possible and to completely immerse you in the local way of life for an unforgettable experience in Tuscany.

The best location for discovering Tuscany's most breathtaking natural beauties and cultural attractions is the Chianti countryside. Chianti is the ideal location for savoring fine wines, exploring charming ancient villages, and taking day trips to some of Tuscany's most stunning destinations. It is located just a short distance from the interesting cities of Florence and Siena. The Chianti region provides a singular chance to take in its famous scenery and become fully immersed in the historical legacy and extraordinarily rich culture of the area.

The walled medieval city of Lucca, with its exquisite squares, cobblestone lanes, and shady promenades, is a perfect spot to explore on foot. Lucca is hidden behind magnificent Renaissance defensive walls now regarded as an urban park. At the end of the day, nothing beats unwinding with a bottle of Lucca wine and some regionally cured cold cuts.

The Val d'Orcia, south of Siena, is famed for its magnificent Tuscan countryside vistas with rows of cypress trees and undulating hills dotted with hilltop villages.

Located on Tuscany's southern coast is the Monte Argentario region, which is encircled by gorgeous beaches, charming sand coves, and level rocks ideal for snorkeling and tanning without sand. One of these cute tiny bays with stones and blue water is Cala Piccola. Certain beaches are only accessible by boat, while others can be reached by automobile and others on foot. For instance, there is the 7 km long, naturally occurring dunes of La Feniglia, which has very fine sand that runs down to the sea; there is also the charming, pebbled Cala del Gesso; and there is the Pozzarello beach, which is easily accessible from the road, pubs, and restaurants.

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