This is our collection of holiday villas on the Italian coast and some of her Islands. We have properties on the Tuscan Coast in Forte dei Marmi and Maremma close to Castiglione della Peschia. In addition there is a Palazzo on Venice’s Grand Canal, a 16th Century Castle and a wonderful 19 bedroom home close to Rome once owned by J Paul Getty.
A truly unique experience, this 11 bedroom 16th century castle truly gives you the opportunity to live like a king. The Castle is located on the Tuscan coast with views across to the Island of Elba and offers all modern amenities with luxury air conditioned bedrooms, modern bathrooms, internet access and beautiful gardens with private swimming pool and Jacuzzi. The castle is fully staffed to ensure you can totally relax and enjoy your holiday.
A beautifully renovated 18th century farmhouse in the Maremma area of southern Tuscany. The villa is nestled in a quiet valley amid rolling hills and just 20 minutes from the beautiful beaches on this coastline. The main house has 7 air conditioned bedrooms and there are two air conditioned independent studios available giving you a further two bedrooms for larger groups. Very family friendly the villa has a stunning 16 x 8 metre pool with superb views from the surrounding sun terraces.
Italy | Coast/Island | Mount of Portofino bedrooms 8 IRV23
Nestled in a hectare of private gardens on the edge of the Mount of Portofino National Park, this beautiful 8 bedroom property has been stylishly refurbished offering luxurious accommodation for up to 16 guests. With spectacular views of the Golf del Paradiso extending towards Genoa this is a truly inviting property within easy reach of the coast and the pretty surrounding villages for exploring the Liguria region.
We are proud to introduce you to this magnificent 19 bedroom property built in 1640 for the Orsini family on the ruins of two Imperial Roman villas and situated in 6,000 square metres of private parkland. It later was fully restored to it’s current splendour by J Paul Getty who used it as a private seaside home. During the renovation the Roman ruins were uncovered and are now open for guests to visit along with a small museum.