Tuscany’s wonderful landscapes with green hills interlaced with vineyards is the perfect place to relax your senses while walking through the forest, smelling the fresh air, viewing the vivid green of the trees, getting closer to the intimate, authentic atmosphere and weather.
Tuscany has two very diverse faces – the first one is characterized by art such as Florence, Siena, Lucca and Pisa, followed by the second one which is mainly considered to be the countryside of the region, with small villages, castles, villas and vineyards.
Summer months are obviously the hottest and the busiest in Tuscany. Since there are a lot of mountains and hills around, the weather there will be cooler than around valleys and coastlines. Tuscany is bordered by the Tirenian Sea in the west allowing for a luxurious sunbathing experience with one of our villas near the beach.
Weather in Tuscany
If you don’t like to feel crowded, come in April and May or October and November. And take note that the weather differs from region to region, so make your plans and specifically check for where you are travelling to.
In terms of accommodation, Italian Breaks offers you the best selection of luxury villas, from villas with a private pool to family villas, perfect to recharge your batteries and satisfy all your desires. Casa Bianca is a charming large farmhouse (150sqm), located near Montepulciano, perfect for keeping the whole family occupied! It is in an ideal location for exploring southern Tuscany as well as Lake Trasimeno in Umbria.
Also, you can rent one of our villas perfect for two and spend unforgettable moments on your next romantic holiday. Casa Carducci is an independent villa in a secular pine forest with around 1,200 sqm of fenced in garden and approximately 300m from the sea. Shops and restaurants are within walking distance.
Treat yourself in one of our luxury villas in Tuscany! Whatever accommodation you choose, you will definitely find something that suits your taste and pocket. Find your perfect villa to rent right now!
OTHER AREAS TO EXPLORE IN TUSCANY
Villas in Tuscany FAQ
Why Italian Breaks?
All of our holiday homes in Italy are handpicked by Italian Breaks founder, Cristina Swift. She was born and raised in Italy so you can be sure that she knows the best locations for an Italian getaway. Whether you’re looking for luxury or value, the Italian Breaks portfolio is always filled with exclusive properties that radiate comfort and quality. If you’re looking for a top-of-the-line accommodation with a local touch, Italian Breaks is where you’ll find it.
Is there a deposit?
A refundable deposit for incidentals is required on arrival to the key holder. Each property differs in price, so the deposit total will be indicated at the time of confirmation. Make sure to claim your deposit when handing in your key.
Are additional services available?
Additional services can be made available for a fee. Whether you’re looking for a chef, babysitting, special events, or recovery of lost property, you may be charged a fixed amount starting from £30, or a % of the cost of the service.
What do you recommend doing in the area?
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is a site you just can’t miss. Snap a funny photo with the tower and then wander around Pisa for some pizza. Check out the historic churches, the Caposanto Monumentale cemetery, and the historic campus of The University of Pisa.
This historic city makes visitors feel like they’re stepping back into the Medieval era. Check out the Gothic-style town hall, 14th-century tower, and the historic public square. There is a thriving food scene and nightlife here too so don’t miss it.
This large city is historic, full of art, and bursting with architectural beauty and culture. It’s the capital city of Tuscany and is considered a World UNESCO Heritage Site. Make sure to visit the Galleria dell’Accademia to see Michelangelo’s David statue.
This countryside destination has some of the best views in the region. Visitors will find quaint towns like Radicofani, Montalcino, and Pienza. There are vineyards, Renaissance settlements, and a scenic heritage railway to explore.
This port city is a beautiful place to wander right along the Mediterranean coast. Wander the boardwalk along the sea and watch the massive ships come into the harbour. Explore the cobblestone streets, small alleys, and tiny canals. It’s an absolute beauty and a perfect example of historic, Italian architecture.
Chianti Wine Region
Chianti is one of the most popular wines to come out of Italy. This famous growing region is a great place to check out beautiful Tuscan views and rolling vineyards while sipping some wine. Greve, Panzano, and Chiocchio are top spots for wine tasting.
When is the Best Time to Visit Tuscany?
The best time to visit Tuscany is between September and October and from April through May. There are fewer crowds and more pleasant temperatures during these times of the year. Since Italy can get quite hot during the summer season, and very cold in some areas during winter, these months have weather that is much milder and enjoyable.