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We have 1,231 reviews of our villas in Tuscany.

Couple from Enfield, United Kingdom June 2019

Stayed in this lovely away from it all area last year House is just so rural and yet everything u need is provided Very hot spell when we there so some sort of electric fan for bedroom would have been good but rest of house very cool Please be aware it’s very much off the beaten track and you need a car full stop The 3km journey up the hill is shall we say interesting but not impossible and is made up for by the beautiful views and isolation Will be back for a chill next year for sure

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Friends from Great Sutton, Ellesmere Port, United Kingdom May 2019

Lovely stay friendly owner nothing to much trouble. Villa is high up away from everything so if that not what your looking for not for you. Very peaceful beautiful scenery just what we where looking for. Great for people who like walks. Pool was great

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Friends from Wilmslow, United Kingdom May 2019

This is a great location (down a track from the SP50 road) and is generally quiet apart from obvious agricultural activity in the vineyards. The property is 3 bedrooms but note that one of them (the twin) is the thoroughfare from one side of the house to the other. The house is effectively two apartments linked together. You can access each separately from the outside if needed. There are two bathrooms (the third is under the house in the utility area). The property has everything you’d need for your stay. Nearest supermarket is the Coop (huge) in Certaldo. The pizzeria a couple of km from the house is excellent, but go early as it is very popular with locals later on. Visit the Certaldo old town it’s really attractive. It’s a short walk up the hill from the main square or use the funicular if it’s open. Street parking in town is very cheap.

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Gillian April 2019

WE loved this villa so much . We already booked it for next year. I can say we are not people that are impressed easily. This I can say it was fantastic holiday. One word to describe this ? AMAZING?...

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A Tuscany villa holiday offers the ultimate Italian experience in one of the country’s most beautiful regions and the perfect destination for foodies, who will be spoiled for choice with its inexpensive and rustic Italian cuisine such as Tuscan ham, ripe tomatoes, freshly pressed olive oil, white truffles, and famous wines like Chianti and the sweet wine Vin Santo.

Romantic Florence, the capital of the region, is the birthplace of the Renaissance and some of the world’s most celebrated art can be found here; Michelangelo’s David, and the Uffizi Gallery with Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and work by Leonardo da Vinci. Ancient towns such as Siena, Pisa, Lucca and Arezzo also make for stunning holiday locations, the surrounding picture postcard landscapes complementing their frescoed churches, historical piazzas and terracotta roof tiles aglow in the sunset. Whether based near the beach, the mountains, or vineyard-carpeted hillsides, our villas in Tuscany make the perfect setting from which to explore this glorious province.

Discover Tuscany

Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Tuscany and what to do on your holiday in Tuscany.

Welcome to a region regarded as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, home to some of the most beloved and famed art treasures in the world. Tuscany embodies the essence of Italian culture through its popular and authentic food, its mediaeval villages, many museums and gorgeous towns and cities. There are countless reasons why you should visit, but we think these 9 will do for now...

Welcome to a region regarded as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, home to some of the most beloved and famed art treasures in the world. Tuscany embodies the essence of Italian culture through its popular and authentic food, its mediaeval villages, many museums and gorgeous towns and cities. There are countless reasons why you should visit, but we think these 9 will do for now...

The lush, rolling hills of Tuscany are home to some of the world's most recognisable Renaissance-era art and architecture, a stunning natural landscape with the beautiful snow-capped Apennine Mountians, the sunny beaches of Elba, and not-to-mention some of the world's finest wines. If you're a food enthusiast or fancy yourself a wine connoisseur, this place has to be added to your bucket-list immediately. Here are Clickstay's top facts about the Italian region to get you salivating for Tuscan travels...

The lush, rolling hills of Tuscany are home to some of the world's most recognisable Renaissance-era art and architecture, a stunning natural landscape with the beautiful snow-capped Apennine Mountians, the sunny beaches of Elba, and not-to-mention some of the world's finest wines. If you're a food enthusiast or fancy yourself a wine connoisseur, this place has to be added to your bucket-list immediately. Here are Clickstay's top facts about the Italian region to get you salivating for Tuscan travels...

Florence is one of the most beautiful Renaissance cities ever built. Some of the world’s most celebrated art and architecture can be found here, including Michelangelo’s David and Botticelli’s Birth of Venus. Peppered with spectacular piazzas, markets, riverside bars and mediaeval chapels, there's something enthralling around every corner. And just outside the city centre lies the rolling Tuscan countryside, where stunning villas have been planted amongst olive groves and vineyards. But, have we got news for you. Here are some things you may want to consider before booking your flights to Florence...

Florence is one of the most beautiful Renaissance cities ever built. Some of the world’s most celebrated art and architecture can be found here, including Michelangelo’s David and Botticelli’s Birth of Venus. Peppered with spectacular piazzas, markets, riverside bars and mediaeval chapels, there's something enthralling around every corner. And just outside the city centre lies the rolling Tuscan countryside, where stunning villas have been planted amongst olive groves and vineyards. But, have we got news for you. Here are some things you may want to consider before booking your flights to Florence...

Natalie from the popular baking blog Hello Cuppies is no stranger to the Italian lifestyle. She took a break to the dazzlingly beautiful island of Sicily, but now she has opted for a more rural escape and took to the rolling hills of Tuscany. The commune of Altopascio in the province of Lucca offers a highly desirable getaway, with striking scenery and a cultural history dating as far back as the ancient Romans. In fact, it gained popularity because of the hostel Spedale where pilgrims stayed, who travelled on the Via Francigena, a pilgrimage starting in the English cathedral city and leading to Rome. But, today it has slowly become an ideal place for an escape to the rural Italian countryside. Natalie gives her tips for an exciting villa escape...

Natalie from the popular baking blog Hello Cuppies is no stranger to the Italian lifestyle. She took a break to the dazzlingly beautiful island of Sicily, but now she has opted for a more rural escape and took to the rolling hills of Tuscany. The commune of Altopascio in the province of Lucca offers a highly desirable getaway, with striking scenery and a cultural history dating as far back as the ancient Romans. In fact, it gained popularity because of the hostel Spedale where pilgrims stayed, who travelled on the Via Francigena, a pilgrimage starting in the English cathedral city and leading to Rome. But, today it has slowly become an ideal place for an escape to the rural Italian countryside. Natalie gives her tips for an exciting villa escape...

The first of our 'A Weekend In...' series - with its centuries-old art and grand palazzi, Florence remains one of Italy's most popular cities. The Tuscan capital is home to the renowned talents of Michelangelo, Donatello, and Boticelli, among many others, complementing the city’s history with artistic value and authentic Italian culture. There is much to do and see here, whether it’s art and history, food and wine, ambience and culture, there are avenues for all within this stunning setting. Here is our guide to a weekend in Florence.

The first of our 'A Weekend In...' series - with its centuries-old art and grand palazzi, Florence remains one of Italy's most popular cities. The Tuscan capital is home to the renowned talents of Michelangelo, Donatello, and Boticelli, among many others, complementing the city’s history with artistic value and authentic Italian culture. There is much to do and see here, whether it’s art and history, food and wine, ambience and culture, there are avenues for all within this stunning setting. Here is our guide to a weekend in Florence.

Next up in our Clickstay on Tour series is a weekend in the romantic city of Florence with Emily from marketing. She spent three nights enjoying some of the best architecture, art and culture that Italy has to offer…

Next up in our Clickstay on Tour series is a weekend in the romantic city of Florence with Emily from marketing. She spent three nights enjoying some of the best architecture, art and culture that Italy has to offer…

Our owner Terry has four properties in Castiglion Fiorentino. He gives us a taste of Tuscany and tells us about the things you cannot miss when you visit.

Our owner Terry has four properties in Castiglion Fiorentino. He gives us a taste of Tuscany and tells us about the things you cannot miss when you visit.