Country estate for 4 people in the hills of Chianti.1/16Between cypresses and cycads
Tuscany | Whether a restored farm house or agriturismo – during a country vacation in Tuscany you can experience the nature and regional cuisine.
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“Very attractive stylish furnishings,” wrote one customer about the holiday home in Tuscany.2/16The best in Tuscany
Tuscany | Would you like to know which holiday home or apartment is particularly worth spending a holiday in? Here we'll show you the accommodation in Tuscany, which has received the best reviews from our customers.
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Secluded country house for up to 12 people in Chianti.
4/16Holiday with your own pool
Tuscany | Give your Italian holiday the perfect touch with a holiday home plus pool! And let yourself completely relax with a view of the rolling hills and vineyards.
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You will find several holiday apartments on this 300-hectare estate in Gaiole.5/16Holiday on a wine-growing estate
Chianti in autumn | The grape harvest in the heart of Tuscany starts in mid-September. Lively celebrations accompany this time, which you can genuinely experience with a holiday home on the wine-growing estate.
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You’ll find this exceptional holiday apartment for four people in the heart of Rome.6/16That certain something
Italy | In the end it comes down to the furnishings if one feels comfortable. That applies to both your home and holiday. These holiday houses have a particularly fancy interior which gives them a unique flair for your vacation.
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Apartment situated in an old palazzo near St Peter’s Basilica.7/16Trip to the Eternal City
Rome | After you have visited the antique sights and exciting museums you can return to your retreat and remain completely independent.
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Luxurious country estate for up to 20 people in Umbria.8/16Everyone can come along here!
Italy | Circles of friends, large families, teams, and other groups of travellers can experience exciting and relaxing holidays in these XXL houses for 20 people and more.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Marlia
Airports: Pisa 48 km, Firenze 73 km, Bologna 155 km, Genova 180 km, Roma 380 km
Train Station: Lucca 13 km,
Highway: Capannori uscita A11 12 km
Attractions within 100 km: Lucca 10 km, Bagni di Lucca (Terme) 24 km, Lido di Camaiore 42 km, Golf Club Forte dei ...
show more Marmi 47 km, Pisa (Piazza dei Miracoli) 30 km, Montecatini Terme (Golf Club Spas) 32 km, Pistoia 45 km, Lamporecchio 45 km, Vinci (native town of Leonardo da Vinci) 50 km, Livorno 60 km, Cave di Marmo di Carrara 65 km, Firenze 80 km, Volterra 80 km,
Services and shops: Marlia 2 km – Post Office, Grocery Store, Bank, Bar, Laundry and more.
Beach: Thyrrenian Sea - Lido di Camaiore 42 km
Access road: 200 metres of uphill gravel road
Dolce Miele is located not far from Lucca. Lucca is a place that you can just walk around and discover and enjoy and it's really close to Firenze and far from the crowds. It has many things to offer to the guests as you can visit the city both by foot or cycling into the walls. There are a lot of place to see in the beautiful town, first of all the ancient walls, the Amphitheatre square and not least the Torre Guinigi. In a few kms from Lucca you will also find beautiful villas like Villa Reale, Villa Mansi or Villa Torrigiani. The Lucca area offers also a lot of interesting naturalistic places like Garfagnana, Valle del Serchio or Piana di Lucca. For those who wish to swim in the sea, the coastal strip of Versilia, from Forte dei Marmi to Torre del Lago Puccini, offers more than 20 kilometres (12 miles) of beaches, parks and splendid countryside. Most beaches can be reached from Lucca by car in 30 to 45 minutes. It could be also an ideal point to tour around the famous Cinque Terre. The area is easily reachable by car with the A11 super way Firenze-Pisa Nord (called also Firenze -Mare) exit Capannori (12 km). From Genova you can use the A12 Genova- Rosignano. The railway station, that is not far from centre, links the city with Firenze and Pisa with hourly connection. From Firenze then you can reach all other Italian Cities.
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show more here are famous for the elegance of the mansion and especially for the lovely fountains, monuments and rich wonderful gardens. The Villa Reale in Marlia, accessible from the Casa etrusca with a short walk of about 10 minutes, can be visited during the spring and summer: you can visit the huge park, the "green theater", the "clock Mansion" (eighteenth century), the seventeenth-century Villa del Vescovo, exquisite fountains with water features.
Always can be reached by a short walk the Villa Grabau and Villa Oliva, also with beautiful gardens with lot of camellias trees, a japanese arboreal essence, very
typical in the gardens of the ancient wealthy bourgeois houses in Lucca.
Holiday home vacation in Tuscany
Tuscany has been for years one of the most popular travel destinations in Italy. atraveo offers you a wide selection of more than 13,000 holiday apartments and houses where you surely be able to find something suitable for your next vacation. The offer range in the Tuscan landscape comprises of both traditional country houses and estates as well as large villas with own pool or modern apartments in the larger cities. Everywhere you will find the hilly landscapes with pines, olive trees and grape vines that shape the panorama of Tuscany. This unique landscape and special charm that radiates from its villages and friendly people is a vacation for the soul. The region in past times has proven to be an inspiration for artists, inventors and discoverers. As an example one can name the great Leonardo da Vinci who was invigorated on several occasions by the beauty of the nature here.
Typical Tuscany: Abundance of sights and day trips
Next to the picturesque landscape Tuscany impresses especially with its rich cultural and art historic heritage. There is much to see and discover – with its many famous cities leading the way: Especially Florence, the capital of Tuscany, impresses with its many important buildings such as the cathedrale, Ponte Vecchio over the river Arno, the Uffizi Gallery with the famous collection of paintings and the many Renaissance palaces of the Medici and other influential families.
Siena, Florence’s eternal “rival” offers a beautiful Gothic old city centre is not least famous for its long-standing university and Palio, the annual horse race which tajes place in the city centre. In Pisa most tourists are attracted by the Campanile, the world-famous Leaning Tower of Pisa at the Piazza del Miracoli. However the beautiful old town with its entwined alleys is also worth seeing.
The smaller cities San Gimignano, Volterra, Arezzo and Vinci are in a beautiful picturesque hilly setting. San Gimignano which is also known as “Manhattan of the Middle Ages” because of the towers that can be seen from far away have created an authentic historical cityscape which takes the visitor 500 years back in time. The insider’s tip is definitely the ice cream bar which sells the world’s best chocolate ice cream getting several awards in the process. In Vinci you can walk in the footsteps of the city’s renowned son – his first name was Leonardo. But also the less well known small towns and villages with markets and the one or other tourist attraction are worth a visit.
Agriturismo in Tuscany – Holiday home vacation in the countryside
Many of Tuscany’s traditional farms have been restored and converted into holiday accommodations. Agriturismo, which means loosely translated “holiday in the countryside” is a highlight for adults as well as for children who can play to one’s heart’s content on the wide ranging grounds of the farm. Usually these old farm and manor houses which are called rusticos are situated in idyllic landscapes such as the vineyards in Chianti or in the province Florence with great panorama views of the surrounding hills in Mugello or on the dark blue sea at the Maremma.
Holiday makers are not only offered the seclusion and open space for an individual vacation but also insights into the life of an Italian farmer. And with the ecologically produced local products from the farm shop or the weekly market in the next village one is able to prepare great traditional Italian dishes in the kitchen of the holiday home. Often these rusticos provide some extras such as a pool or an especially large terrace where one can enjoy a good glass of wine whilst watching the sun set.
Tuscany's coast: Bathing vacation at the Mediterranean
The best travel time for a holiday home vacation in Tuscany are the months of April to October as the temperatures remain constantly above 20°C and in midsummer can even average above 30 °C. A holiday house at the sea is ideal for a beach vacation. More than 1,000 of atraveo’s holiday homes are only up to one kilometre away from the beaches of Versilia, Maremma, Costa Etrusca or the Mediterranean island Elba. The water temperature during summer is on average 23°C and the shallow waters are ideal for bathing and splashing around. Alternatively one can also enjoy a bathing vacation in a holiday home in the heartland with a pool. When you relax on your floating air bed you cannot only enjoy sunshine but also take in the views of the beautiful scenery.
These are just a few of the reasons why to choose a holiday home vacation in Tuscany. Book your holiday domicile in the heart of Italy and enjoy freedom, individuality and the authentic sense of life of Tuscany.