Tuscany Accommodation has a wide variety of properties and price ranges for
an experience that will allow you to live like a local and explore the
fascinating area of Tuscany.
Villas, apartments or farmhouses are available on a weekly basis, from Saturday
Where are the properties?
- Lucca, a medieval walled city 1 hour west of Florence - properties are in the
Lucca countryside surrounding the city, as well as apartments within the
Lucca city walls.
- Chianti region to the south of Florence - an interesting selection of properties
near Impruneta, Greve in Chianti and San Gimignano.
- Montepulciano - a wonderful stone villa located just below the historic hilltop
- Montalcino, an historic
hill town in the heart of Tuscany. This picturesque town sits on a hill
overlooking the vineyards that produce the world famous wine Brunello di
- Montaione, a small town
in the heart of Tuscany. The surrounding countryside is typical Tuscany with
rolling hills, olive groves and vineyards.
- San Gimignano,
world famous for its towers constructed between the 11th and 13th centuries.
This classic hill top town overlooks a truly beautiful landscape and is
ideally located for touring the wonderful sights of Tuscany.
- Umbria region,
has a gentle beauty of soft blue-green hills, rivers and lakes. This verdant
landscape is dotted with picturesque medieval hilltop towns, castles and
Le Marche region, lies on the eastern side of central Italy, between the
Adriatic Sea and the high Apennine mountains and much of it remains unspoilt
with relatively few tourists.
Do I need a car?
A car is recommended as it is the easiest means of touring the area. However, if
you do not want to have a car there are apartments within the city walls of Lucca
which would be ideal. Lucca is on the train line and has good bus services; it
is also a thriving city with an array of shops, restaurants, cultural activities
and historical sites.
What are the Prices?
Varies according to number of bedrooms, facilities such as a pool and the season
in which you travel. Broadly speaking High Season is from July to end of August,
the Low Season runs from October to end of March and the other months fall in
the Shoulder or Mid Seasons.
To find the price of a particular property, please fill out the form in the
Contact section and it will be returned by e-mail.
When should I book?
It is advisable to plan at least 3 to 6 months in advance. Remember Italy is
busy all year round so the sooner you book the better your choices will be.
I have further questions…
Please ring Lyn Aitken on 02 9960 7875
(+61 2 9660 7875) or e-mail email@example.com.
I would be happy to discuss your holiday plans and help you find the right
Please note: Due to currency fluctuations,
prices on the website are a guide only.