Tuscany is undoubtedly an excellent choice for a villa holiday destination. It is endowed with rich cultural heritage, mind blowing natural landscapes and special cuisines. The rustic countryside offers a relaxed environment for the weary traveler and a scavenger hunting ground for the treasure seeking traveler. For one seeking to taste every kind of wine, the verdant vineyards are reassuring that the last glass of the tastiest wine is yet to be served.
There is a wide variety of luxury villas to rent in Tuscany ranging from country style to modern luxury, with varied spectacular views that will definitely knock your socks off. Here you have the rare yet pleasurable opportunity of staying in a rustic farmhouse with swimming pools and amenities which you have until now dreamt about. You will enjoy the charm and scenic beauty of the rural countryside in the privacy of your farmhouse. You can also enjoy exploring the ancient towns, the wineries, churches, eateries and monuments prevalent in Tuscany.
The Almafi coast is an exceptional mixture of history and nature which have been inspirational to many. The beauty is indescribable, words would do no justice to the Amalfi coast; it is a dazzling mix of sunshine, cobalt blue church bells and the aroma of ripe juicy lemons.
The impossibly steep cliffs of Positano are dotted with houses and terraces that decorate the 50 km of the spectacular coastline. If you stay in a villa here you will be overwhelmed by beauty of the cobalt blue waters and the sandy beaches below. The coastline is so stunning that it is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you want to climb to higher ground you can head to the mountains for a better view and secluded piece.
There are various activities you can indulge in such as hiking, sunbathing, hopping from one coastal town to the next and visiting the nearby islands of Capri. The Amalfi coast offers varied villa accommodations with excellent sea views that would make you want to cancel your trip back home.
Sardinia is a unique island of Italy offering a different twist of architecture hailing from different kinds of emperors who stopped over here during their sea voyages around the Mediterranean. It acted as a natural stop for ships along this route and the Phoenicians, Vandals and Byzantines: all left their indelible marks on the island in form of churches and monuments. However it is the Spanish Catalans who colonized the region and their impact is still evident with some road signs still written in Catalan.
If you stay in a villa along the north coast you will be rewarded with enticing stretches of sandy beaches, waters as clear as gin suitable for snorkeling and numerous coves to explore. The fishing village of Issora Rosa boasts of seductive sandy beaches where you can sunbathe and enjoy fresh sea food. Treat yourself to tasty recipes such as stuffed wild boar and suckling pig which are some of the islands top meals.