La Portoercolina is a charming and elegant villa, which is very conveniently located on the outskirts of Porto Ercole .
Villa Firenze is a beautifully restored estate built in the 18th century, surrounded by 32 acres of private gardens and an evergreen forest.
For Sale – Rare Opportunity to acquire the site of an historic olive grove: The total plot amounts to just over 20.7 hectares or 207,000 square metres.
Villa Acqua Dolce is arguably the most stunning and exclusive “pieds dans l’eau” villas on the Argentario peninsula.
Situated in the hills above Porto Ercole lies Le Palme, a large property that is somewhat a family fortress which is ideal for large groups.
Villa Le Cime is a beautiful private villa with a pool and cook located above Porto Ercole, Monte Argentario that is available for rent.
Arguably one of the most stunning and exclusive “pieds dans l’eau” villas on the Argentario peninsula
La Provencale has all the charm and beauty of a house in the south of France, yet it is conveniently tucked away in the hills just above Porto Ercole.
With its white stucco walls and 180 degrees breathtaking panorama, Villa Stella is the perfect Mediterranean villa for an extended family gathering or a large group of friends
La Contessa is a beautiful, stone-built villa located in the hills above Porto Ercole, which has wonderful sea views towards the Cala Galera marina and the best sandy bay in Argentario – La Feniglia.
Villa I Mulini offers guests breathtaking panoramic views of the Orbetello lagoon, La Feniglia beach and the fortress that protects Porto Ercole
Il Carrubo is a stunning waterfront property, located on a headland just around the corner from Porto Ercole, one of the most elite of Italy’s summer destinations. The villa offers an easy and relaxed lifestyle in a very private setting.
Porto Santo Stefano
Rome and Lazio
This is an area of Italy bordering the Tyrrhenian Sea south of Grosseto in the south west of Tuscany.
It is a region of wide open spaces, swaying wheat field, hills polka-dotted with olive tress, rambling vineyards bearing native grapes, overgrown fig trees and rampant prickly pears, long beaches and wild animals.
The most important towns are the seaside Ansedonia that faces the Argentario peninsula and enjoys wonderful sunsets and Capalbio that sits relatively undisturbed on a hilltop with views of the sea just 15 minutes drive away.
The remains of the Roman town of Cosa, which was founded in 273 BC, can be seen just outside Ansedonia. Cosa was one of the many colonies founded by the Romans to control the territories they conquered.
Giardino dei Tarocchi, Garavicchio
Not far from Capalbio, at Garavicchio, is the Giardino dei Tarocchi offering a marvellous and unique spectacle.
The tiny town of Pitigliano perches atop a cliff in the southeastern part of Tuscany. Most of the town is carved from the porous tufa rock of the area, a volcanic by-product that is easily shaped into grottoes.
Its ancient, ochre-coloured houses rising from a plateau, the village of Sovana, partly abandoned, still preserves the ruins of its medieval fortress.
Terme di Saturnia
The age-old properties of its thermal water make Terme di Saturnia the perfect place to regenerate the body and comfort the soul.
Maremma Natural Park
Set up in 1975, the Maremma natural park covers more than 17,000 hectares, stretching from Principia a Mare as far as Talamone.
The Maremma is an excellent area for riding, with 500 km of marked trails, most of them easy and accessible throughout the year. Find the best places to go horse riding in Tuscany.
Tuscany is the source of some of the world’s best loved and most acclaimed wines, and September and October are particularly important months as they bring the ‘vendemmia’ or grape harvest.