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Tuscany, a picture perfect landscape to rival the Renaissance
The Chianti in particular is best enjoyed in a quaint local taverna. If you can tear yourself away from the rolling hills, lush landscapers, vineyards and olive groves for long enough, your home is a short drive or train ride from some of the most famous artworks and monument the world over.
Pisa is famous for its leaning tower but also is the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. Be sure to visit the Piazza die Miracoli - the UNESCO World Heritage site for your souvenir photo.
In nearby Florence you must visit the Uffizi Gallery, housing some of the most important artworks in history from Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Botticelli and Da Vinci. Perfect for aesthetes and Dan Brown fans alike.
The hills, along with the beautiful scenery, make this a great place to cycle. If you prefer not to ride, there are bus tours that take visitors to towns like Volterra and Montepulciano (the birthplace of Brunello wine). Saluti.
If you want the convenience of peak season but with pleasant weather then April, May, June, September and October are the best months. July and August are perfect for hanging out at your country estate by the pool, but less for sightseeing in the middle of the day in town.
Tuscany is easy to travel to. There are flights to the international airports of Pisa and Florence from the biggest UK cities, London, Birmingham, Manchester, all year long.
Tuscany has some of Italy's finest golf courses. With over 10 stunning golf courses, Tuscany is full of golf clubs and practice fields ideal for all fans of this wonderful sport.
Few destinations in the world are more synonymous with gastronomy than Tuscany. Rich olive oil, crusty breads, pecorino cheeses are just a few of the delicous Tuscan flavours that you'll experience.
Considered the birthplace of the renaissance, Tuscany is blessed with a collection of historic buildings, cultural landmarks, world class art, and seven World heritage Sites.
The Chianti area between Florence and Siena is full of celebrated vineyards. The rolling hills are tightly packed with vines and there are infinite opportunities for wine tasting.
Sports and Nature
From water sports to hiking, biking or horse riding, Tuscany is the perfect balance between relaxation, discovery and sports.
August is always here to welcome new owners and talk them through the details. You are also welcome to join one of our biweekly webinars.