The English love Tuscany – so much so that it has been dubbed Chiantishire, as they escape gloomy England and set up in villas for a summer of sightseeing, swimming and socialising.
Built in the 16th century, this full-character villa leads a varied life from a stately residence to operating as a nightclub.
If your visit to the area is inspired by the classic film Under the Tuscan Sun and stay in one of the traditional, centuries-old villas that appear in the film.
From a badminton court to an infrared sauna, really everything has been thought of in this quintessential 14th-century Tuscan house.
This Tuscan villa has all the features of a traditional farmhouse. Four bedrooms in three spacious guesthouses separate from the main villa.
Every inch of this farmhouse has been lovingly restored, from the arched entryway and wooden beams to the roll-top bath.
Perfectly situated between Rome and Florence, this spacious Tuscan retreat offers a supremely stylish stay within an 11th-century palace.
If You Don't Have The Bandwidth To Take On The Entire Villa, Borgo Santo Pietro Is A 13th-Century Tuscan Villa.