Armonia

from€8,333/week· Villa

This luxury three-story villa has been recently and beautifully restored. It is located in the southern Maremma coast, a premium destination for those who enjoy the countryside, as well as the seaside. In fact the long beautiful beaches are only ten minutes away by car. The villa boasts magnificent open views of the characteristic enchanting Tuscan landscape of the area and yet offers complete privacy to its guests. It is possible to rent boats to explore the famous coast and the smaller islands nearby, as well as to spend time relaxing at the beach clubs (June – mid September) and swim in the most pristine waters of the Mediterranean Sea.

Description

Amenities

Weekly rates & Availability

2017Guests (up to)06/17 - 09/02
12/16 - 01/06/18
05/13 - 06/17
09/02 - 10/07
01/07 - 05/13
10/07 - 12/16
Villa Armonia1012,708€10,833€8,333€
Notes
  • Telephone not available
  • Use of outdoor pool: from May to September/October
  • Security deposit: €3,000 to be held at the agency
Included with rent
  • Electricity, A/C, water, gas, heating and final cleaning
  • Morning housekeeping service for 4 hours (9:00 am–1:00 pm) from Monday to Friday
  • Welcome drink upon arrival
  • Breakfast and lunch preparation service (as part of the housekeeping, to be requested 24 hours in advance) – cost of food extra
  • Wi-Fi internet connection
  • Gardener and pool maintenance service
  • Personal laundry service (no ironing)
  • Vegetable garden products
  • Grocery service (as part of the house-keeping, to be requested 24 hours in advance)
  • Crib and highchair for children under 3 years old
Not included with rent
  • Extra housekeeping: €15 per hour
  • Extra linen change: €20 per set
  • Personal ironing service: €15 per hour
  • Use of indoor pool in fall, winter and spring: €500 per week
  • Breakfast preparation before 9am, depending on availability: €15 per hour – cost of food extra
  • Breakfast service before 9am, depending on availability: €15 per hour (table service and after-meal cleaning)
  • Lunch service: €15 per hour (table service and after-meal cleaning)
  • Dinner preparation and service: €120 plus cost of ingredients
  • Cooking class featuring Tuscan traditional cuisine with house cook: €25 per hour plus cost of ingredients
  • Babysitting service: rates on request, depending on availability

Location

What to do in Maremma, Tuscany

This lovely area of Italy sits between Rome and Pisa, offering expansive, breathtaking views of the islands of Giglio and Elba. Highlights of the area include the unspoiled fishing village of Castiglione della Pescaia, endless stretches of dreamy sandy beaches and the medieval cobble-stoned village of Massa Marittima – lately becoming more and more popular and home to many international artists and socialites.
Also worth a visit is the magical and mysterious city of Volterra, with its roots in three thousand years of history. We also strongly recommend visits to the towns of Populonia and Baratti, Suvereto, Campiglia Marittima, Castagneto Carducci, Bolgheri, and the chic harbor of Punta Ala. Boat rentals for cruising around the coast and private tours of the region's many acclaimed wineries can be arranged through our concierge.

Where to eat

Taverna del Vecchio Borgo - Typical Tuscan dishes in a very nice atmosphere. Recommended for its appetizers and grilled meat. Very good wine list.
Via Norma Parenti 12, Massa Marittima - +39 056 690 3950

Trattoria Toscana - Traditional Tuscan cuisine based on regional products, as well as excellent seafood, interpreted by Alain Ducasse with simplicity and authenticity. Not suitable for children.
Tenuta La Badiola, Località Badiola (Castiglion della Pescaia) - +39 056 494 4800

Vittorio (Seafood specialties) - Located at Puntone’s marina. A very good seafood restaurant with outdoor tables and sea view. Suitable for children. Entrées are particularly tasty, as well as the fried small mullets (frittura di trigliette).
Puntone - +39 0566 866 164

Farniente - Here the environment is particularly cozy. The owner goes fishing every day. Not to be missed is the raw fish appetizer. Desserts are also delicious.
Via Bertani 1, Follonica - +39 056 640 530

Santarino (Seafood specialty) - Typical Tuscan casual 'trattoria', family run. The starters, in particular the octopus, are worth a mention. Try also the spaghetti with clams.
Piazza XXIV Maggio 21, Follonica - +39 0566 41665

Where to shop

Clothing - Antica Sartoria di Maremma - An artisan clothing store that has turned the traditional Maremman style of clothing into a fashion statement.
Via del Colle, Pancole - +39 0564 503029

Cheese - Caseificio Seggiano – to all cheese lovers: this is THE place to buy excellent pecorino. Taste also the fresh sheep ricotta, perfect to make a simple pasta sauce adding just a touch of freshly ground black pepper.
Via Privata, Seggiano - +39 0564 950 034

Wine - Bring home the famous Super Tuscan wine produced in this area:
Ornellaia - Via Bolgherese 191, Bolgheri - +39 0565 718 11
Or/and any bottle produced by Tua Rita, one of the top Tuscan cellars in Italy. - Localita’ Notri, Suvereto - +39 0565 829 237

Handmade luxury bags and small leather goods – Avequs, artisanal leather workshop.
Via G. Mazzini 145, Grosseto - +39 333 419 7458

Handmade ceramics - Ceramiche D'Arte Creazioni - A great souvenir shop selling works by local artist Roberto Polidori.
Via Roma 152, Pitigliano - +39 0564 615 494

, Tuscany is one of the world's most irresistible destinations. It is a land for all seasons; it offers an agreeable climate as well as excellent food, wine, art, history and a breathtaking coastline. Every year, millions of people from all over the world enjoy its unspoiled nature and awe-inspiring countryside as they stroll through its medieval villages and are greeted with a great sense of hospitality.

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