Thursday, September 21, 2023

Tuscany: 5 new luxury villas to rent

Tuscany is one of the most beautiful regions of Italy and one of its most famous landmarks for tourists from all over the world. Cradle of the most famous cities of art and land of a thousand villages surrounded by an aura of magic in which time seems to have stopped. Today we will take you to discover the 5 new villas in Tuscany!

1-Paradise in Chianti

Exquisite restored Medieval property in Chianti, Tuscany dates back to the year 1000 with panoramic view of the hills, vineyards, olive groves that are typical of the Tuscan countryside, and beautiful view to the nearby castle Santa Maria Novella and in the distance the Italian Alps.
The first evidence of the existence of the Uglione Castle is an act of the year 1127, where the castle were part of a gift to Florence’s bishop.
The castle was also the residence of the very famous Taddeo, the “Villan d’Uglione”, who is mentioned by Dante in the Divine Comedy.

2-Il Principe

Parco del Principe, an intimate setting hidden in the lush countryside between Tuscany and Umbria, is the ideal base from which to explore the many enchanting surroundings. This unique location will allow you to experience the well-preserved treasures of Nature, the arts and noble traditions.

At the same time, you will be able to take pleasure in tasting fine food, excellent wines and can make time to enjoy your favourite sports or attending to your personal well-being. Every day of your stay will prove to be a new discovery when you take a short break or plan an extended holiday here.

Parco del Principe is the perfect place for a vacation, for reunions with family or friends, for your important private meetings or joyous and unique wedding celebrations. As you take in the natural beauty of some of the most famous sceneries that Italy has to offer, you are certain to feel that Parco del Principe could very easily become your ideal Home Away from Home…
The villa’s spacious rooms are divided over three stories.


This is a fashionable property in an exclusive location in the heart of Florence! On the third floor of an historical Florentine palazzo with elevator, Apartment Giorgio has been completely renovated to a calming and serene urban oasis.

The four-bedroom exquisite apartment boasts traditional architecture that dated back to 1600, a clever monochromatic palette that unifies the entire space including minimal and clean-lined furniture. Giorgio is an elegant and very sophisticated apartment, and yet, you will feel it welcoming and exceptionally comfortable.


Villa Allegra is a strikingly beautiful, restored country house that is part of a 1700-acre estate located in the Val d’Orcia region in southern Tuscany.

This extraordinary beautiful area of Italy sits between the land south of Siena and the borders of Umbria. Characteristic of Val D’Orcia are the villa’s open, breathtaking views of Mount Amiata, with the unchanged landscape reminiscent of old master paintings. The nearby San Casciano dei Bagni, a beautiful, unspoiled medieval village, is just 10 minutes away by car and a rather well-kept secret south of Siena. This intimate, luxurious haven is ideal for private getaways and family reunions.


With views of both Tuscany and Umbria, a getaway to villa Ada will give you some perspective. The secluded seven-bedroom villa offers plenty of privacy, too, with a rural setting and separate accommodations for two families or larger groups of friends. But it’s not isolated; its location just outside Perugia makes it easy to visit the region’s cities and towns.

The property is comprised of a main house and separate annex that have their own kitchens, living areas and bedrooms, but share a pool. There’s a grill, an outdoor dining area shaded by a rose-covered pergola and plenty of outdoor furniture in which to relax.


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