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Enchanting Tuscany villas

Rolling vineyards, renaissance architecture, and leaning towers - Tuscany is a large region in central Italy that is populated with incredible sights and cultural gems. Whether you’re looking to wander the vineyards for a wine-tasting vacation, explore the ancient streets of Florence, bask in some of the most famous artwork in the world, or tick-off your bucket list photo in front of the famous leaning tower of Pisa, there is no shortage of memorable things to do in Tuscany. 

So no matter where in Tuscany is calling your name, make sure you have the perfect vacation home after a long day of wine-tasting and monument hunting. Our selection of villas in Tuscany are amongst some of the most beautiful, nestled in rolling hills and framed with endless greenery. Will you select an opulent manor house with grand, airy interiors, and landscaped grounds to spend your vacation, or something quaint and rustic where you can feel truly at one with nature and the soul of the region?

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Tuscany wedding villas

Renowned for romance, the Tuscan region of Italy is a popular and perfect place to plan a magical wedding. Tuscany wedding villas are beautiful, charming, and memorable places to stay for your destination wedding. These villas in Tuscany are as beautiful inside as they are outside, with traditional Italian design, glamorous decor, and incredible views of the famous rolling Tuscan hills. With some homes sleeping as many as 38 guests, and others offering smaller scale, intimate lodgings, there is something for every couple, whether you’re hosting all of your nearest and dearest, or staging a private elopement to the Tuscan countryside. 

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Villas in Tuscany with pools

Enjoy a luxurious getaway in one of Italy’s most breathtaking regions, with our beautiful villas in Tuscany with pools. Specially selected for having outdoor spaces that are just as lovely as the inside, these homes are fantastic places for the whole family to cool off in an invitingly cool swimming pool after a busy day exploring the Tuscan sights. Many of our vacation rentals in Tuscany with pools also come with pool maintenance staff who will attend and clean the pool during your stay.

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Is Tuscany a city?

No, Tuscany is not a city, but it is a region within Italy, made up of bustling medieval cities, quaint towns and villages, breath-taking coastline, and lush countryside. 

Where is Tuscany?

Tuscany is located along the west coast of Italy. If Italy was described as having a boot shape, then Tuscany is the region on the opposite side of the where the country slopes into the shape of a calf, sitting close to the knee. 

How far is Tuscany from Rome?

Rome sits quite close to Tuscany, located south within the region of Lazio. In fact, the regions of Tuscany and Lazio border each other. The journey can be made by car, train, and even by plane, with a flight time of just under an hour. If you wanted to drive from Rome to the capital of Tuscany, Florence, then the journey would take you around three and a half hours in good traffic. If you wanted to drive from Rome to the closest edge of Tuscany, it would take around an hour and forty-five minutes.

How far is Tuscany to Pisa?

Pisa is in fact a city within the region of Tuscany, located to the West of the region, close to Italy's coast. To get between the capital of Tuscany, Florence, and Pisa, it is a straightforward one and a half hour journey by car, or 51 minute trip by train.

What is the closest airport to Tuscany, Italy?

Tuscany is a large region within Italy, with several major cities that all have their own international airports. Depending on where in Tuscany you wish to go, you could fly into the Galileo Galilei International Airport in Pisa, or the Amerigo Vespucci Airport (AKA Peretola) in Florence.

How big is Tuscany?

Tuscany is a large region that covers 22,855 square kilometers, which also makes it the biggest out of the 20 regions in Italy. For comparison, Tuscany is the most similar in size to the state of West Virginia. 

What is Tuscany known for?

Tuscany is best known for its incredible countryside, rolling vineyards, Renaissance architecture and winding medieval streets, along with the iconic Leaning Tower of Pisa and beautiful shoreline. Tuscany has had a massive impact on artistic culture, with many famous artists heading to its luscious hills to draw inspiration, as well as well-known for the incredible and popular wines this region produces. 

What is the temperature in Tuscany?

As it benefits from a Mediterranean climate, the region of Tuscany in Italy enjoys warm, balmy weather for most of the year. It’s warmest months are July and August, with temperatures reaching a high of 104 degrees Fahrenheit, with warm nights seeing out the blazing days. In the dead of winter, Tuscany can get very cold, with a low of 40 degrees Fahrenheit possible in December. 

How many days to spend in Tuscany?

How many days you spend in Tuscany depends on how much you are ready to soak up. If you want to simply stick to the cities, then you could whizz through Florence and Pisa in a matter of days. But if you want a real, immersive experience in the region, you could easily spend weeks exploring the medieval streets, rolling vineyards, lush countryside, and charming towns and villages. You really can do as little or as much as you like in Tuscany, whether heading there for a quick weekend break, or a longer month-long stay.

a city in Tuscany with vineyards in foreground