A beautiful and romantic cottage set in the hills above Camaiore, looking out over the Versilia coastline.
At Invitation to Tuscany we have been choosing the best properties for rent in Tuscany for over 30 years. We personally visit every villa before we list it and we go back regularly. We are villa rental specialists with more than 200 properties all privately contracted with the owners, and managed in collaboration with them – we have extensive personal local knowledge of Tuscany, and when booking with us all your details will be securely managed, so you can book with confidence. Our hand-picked properties range from luxury villas with private pools to family villas in Tuscany with shared pools, romantic retreats high in the Tuscan hills, village homes where you can participate in Tuscan life, agriturismo holidays and even luxury villas for weddings and family reunions. Our featured properties include Cava di Calbello, the Montestigliano estate and Villa di Corsano, Baia Blu on the Island of Elba and Dipinta di Blu near the coast, Brogino and Dimora in Chianti, Argentone and Casa Anna in Sant’Anna di Stazzema. We now also have a small selection of properties on the Italian Lakes! For all we offer our free concierge service to help you organise anything from wine-tastings to balloon flights.
All properties may be booked online, or contact us and let us help you find the perfect Tuscan rental villa.
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