The birthplace of the Italian language, Tuscany has been a popular holiday destination for many decades.
The region played a big role in the start of the Renaissance and many illustrious people were born on its land: Dante, Botticelli, Leonardo Da Vinci, Galileo, Puccini... and even Pinocchio! Or, more precisely, its creator Carlo Collodi.
Home of the Etruscan civilization together with Umbria and Lazio, Tuscany offers incredibly picturesque countryside, the gorgeous Apennine mountains and about twenty Blue Flag beaches.
The romantic Florence, Tuscany's capital, is recognized for its monumental Duomo, Galeria degli Uffizi or dell' Academia and the stunning Ponte Vecchio. Siena has the Piazza del Campo, towers and palaces. Lucca is a lovely fortified city, its Torre Guinigi proudly crowned by a magnificent oak tree. And who does not know about Pisa and its leaning tower?
As for the Carrara marble extracted from Tuscan quarries, it has been turned into some of the most amazing buildings or art pieces, such as Michelangelo's David.
In between discovering all of its cultural sites, Tuscany invites you to take the time to rest and appreciate a slower pace of life, perhaps while sampling local delicacies or enjoying a glass of Chianti.
About a hundred holiday homes in Tuscany are part of our portfolio. The perfect one is no doubt waiting for you.
Are you tempted to discover one of Tuscany's most charming cities? Then a holiday in the utterly beautiful Lucca is for you. Its century-old fortified walls and examples of Gothic architecture will cast their spell on you.
Impossible not to mention its famous leaning tower, but Pisa also offers many more architectural delights in the form of beautiful churches and impressive palaces. Its position on the bank of the River Arno gives the city a romantic atmosphere
Located in the centre of Tuscany between Florence and Siena, the Chianti region is of course famous for its wines. You will marvel at the landscape of vineyards, cypresses and smooth hills scattered with gorgeous villas
Set on an ancient Etruscan hill, Montalcino takes its name after a variety of oak. Offering magnificent views over the Tuscan valleys, the town is famous for its Brunello di Montalcino wine.