from€12,159/week· Villa

Set on the edge of a wildlife reserve, Villa Etrusca is a beautifully restored property nestled in carefully tended gardens and generous lawns. Sculpted into the landscape, the vast infinity-edge pool follows the contours of the hillside. The views from every angle are breathtaking. This property is perfect for large groups who want privacy within the group as the villa is divided into a main villa and 2 separate apartments.



Weekly rates & Availability

FromToWeekly rate
  • Security deposit: €1,000 to be held at agency
  • City tax: €1 per person/per night, up to a maximum of 6 days (children under the age of 14 are exempt)
  • The villa is rented with the minimum staffing mentioned above and cleaning may not be excluded from the rental, or refused
  • Check-in: between 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm, by appointment; Check-out: before/by 10:00 am
  • All extra services must be paid locally, prior to departure unless otherwise arranged
Included with rent
  • Air conditioning, heating (by law usable from November until April), electricity, water, gas and final cleaning
  • Maid service: up to 3,5 hours per morning (Mon-Fri) and bed’s tidying up. Additional 3 hours on Tue and Thu to clean kitchen and living areas
  • Daily bath linen change Mon-Fri
  • Two bed linen changes (Mon and Wed)
  • One supply per week of pool towels
  • Welcome Tuscan buffet on Saturday (7 pm)
  • Wine Tasting on Wednesday (5 pm)
  • One fold-away child cot with sheet (up to 2.5 years approx., no coverlet or blanket for sanitary reasons) and one highchair available at no extra charge
  • Wi-Fi Internet access – the villa location is in the countryside area where broadband is not available, therefore Internet service can be slow or malfunctioning.
  • Gardener and pool maintenance
  • Washer and dryer at guest’s disposal
Not included with rent
  • Extra changes of linen and towels
  • Local cook, chef or catering services – to be booked in advance – please inquire for details
  • Villa Stocking and Grocery Shopping Services available for a fee, plus cost of groceries



What to do in Chianti

Famous for its art and architecture, Florence is an obligatory destination for the first-timer visitor of Italy. However, while exploring the historical center is something that cannot be missed, the pristine studded landscapes and the enchanted medieval villages set on the famous Tuscan rolling hills surrounding Florence are well worth a visit.
The most famous area to explore is the Chianti, a blessed land that covers a rather large wine-producing region of Tuscany, reaching from Florence to Siena, and all the way out to Pisa. Chianti's must see sights are the wine villages of Castellina, Radda and Gaiole. Along the road visit the Badia di Coltibuono and/or Castello di Brolio and do not forget to pick up some wine to enjoy at the villa!

Where to eat

Osteria di Passignano - Set in the middle of the Antinori wine estate…all we can say is: NOT TO BE MISSED!
Via Passignano 33, 50028, Tavarnelle Val di Pesa - +39 055 807 1278

Il Padellina - Rustic trattoria serving local cuisine. Come for the steak, stay for the atmosphere.
Corso del Popolo 54, Strada in Chianti – +39 055 858388

La Loggia (at Hotel San Michele) - Fine dining, romantic setting and unforgettable views.
Via Doccia 4, Fiesole - +39 055 567 8200

La cantinetta di Rignana - Stunning views, great food and, of course, fantastic wine!
Località Rignana 13, Greve in Chianti - +39 055 852601

Torre guelfa di chef Claudio - Ideal place for a meal if you are in this area for a shopping afternoon at the Outlets (20 minute drive away). Your shopping spree will be even more memorable thanks to the specialties tasted at this restaurant.
Via S. Martino Altoreggi, 8, Figline Valdarno - +39 055 951112

Where to shop

Clothing:, The Mall - Tuscany’s most exclusive outlet complex with more than 20 boutiques, including Prada, Gucci Armani, Fendi, Marni and Dolce and Gabbana.
Via Europa, 8, Leccio - The Mall Official Website

Terracotta objects: the area of Impruneta is famous for the terracotta. Visit Artenova, which sells a unique range of artistic hand-made terracotta decorations.
Via Europa, 12 - +39 055 201 2316

Hand embroidered items: linen for the home and lingerie of the finest quality can be found at Grazia Giachi Ricami
Piazza Matteotti, 35, Greve in Chianti - +39 055 854 4671
Via Borgo Ognissanti 6 r - +39 055 265 0399

Food specialty store: Macelleria Falorni, one of Italy’s greatest butcher shops where salsicce and prosciutto have been artisanal for eight generations. Here you can buy their products vacuum sealed for easy travel.
Piazza Matteotti, 71 – Greve in Chianti - +39 055 853 029.

Wine: Enoteca Antinori, an architectural masterpiece built as a shrine in honor to the rich wine of this land.
Via Cassia per Siena, 133 Loc. Bargino, San Casciano Val di Pesa - +39 055 23595