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An Italian villa vacation epitomizes the meaning of renaissance: inspiring architecture, postcard-perfect views, and fresh, local cuisine will refresh and restore your spirit. Sip on fine wine from the legendary vineyards in Tuscany, indulge in the glamorous Amalfi Coast nightlife, or unwind in a peaceful estate near The Lakes.
While most Italian villas are rented without staff, we can easily arrange private chefs, butlers and additional staff for you, as well as organize personalized day trips, vineyard tours, cooking classes and more. And with our extensive network of in-country concierge, you can relax in the knowledge that a local expert will anticipate and fulfill your every need.
Amalfi Coast: Hailed as one of the most picturesque coastlines in Europe, the Amalfi Coast stretches across Italy’s southern border from Positano to Vietri sul Mare. Our villas on the Amalfi Coast feature private pools and terraces perched over the sparkling Mediterranean Sea.
Lazio: The region of Lazio acts as a geographical divide between the northern and southern parts of Italy and includes the nation’s capital, the Eternal City of Rome. Surrounding Rome, you’ll find charming countryside dotted with ancient villages, where you’ll experience the authentic and irresistible Italian culture firsthand.
Liguria: Sweeping along northwest Italy in a narrow ribbon along the coast, Liguria is a quaint, glamorous region that attracts jet setters looking to relax in luxury. Many of our Liguria villa rentals are located in or near Cinque Terre, a breathtaking stretch of the Italian Riviera.
Sardinia: Closer to the African coast than the Italian mainland, Sardinia feels distinctly less “Italian” than other regions, offering a unique experience for travelers looking for an off-the-beaten-track vacation. The island’s spectacular coastline offers miles of unspoiled beaches, while the island’s interior feature rugged mountains, citrus groves, and intimate villages.
Sicily: The largest island in the Mediterranean is also one of the most culturally and geographically diverse regions of Italy. Sicily’s eclectic history – including Greek, Arab, Norman, Spanish, and English influences – is represented in its unique cuisine and fascinating variety of architecture.
The Lakes: Nestled between the Alps and the River Po, The Lakes region features an exhilarating mix of medieval towns, snow-capped mountains, botanic gardens, and lemon groves. With one of the world's foremost fashion capitals, Milan, only a short drive away, you can experience the best of both worlds: peaceful lakeside serenity and bustling urban life.
Tuscany: Tuscany is overflowing with natural, architectural, and artistic masterpieces. The birthplace of Italian Renaissance is home to rolling hills, majestic cypress trees, miles of sandy coastline, and beautiful vineyards in addition to the world's finest art center, Florence. Stay in a rustic yet elegant villa enjoying life's greatest pleasures: sprawling countryside, simple, fresh cuisine, and Italy's finest wines.
Umbria: Located East of Tuscany and north of Rome, Umbria is a gem not yet discovered by mass tourism. Populated with lush chestnut groves and elm forests, castles and fortresses, this region’s fairytale scenery has served as inspiration to many well-known artists. Our villas in Umbria are located in small, enchanting towns dotted across the verdant landscape.
More Italy: Explore the portfolio of villas we represent in less traveled destinations in Italy. You’ll enjoy the same personalized service from your dedicated concierge, who will arrange everything from private chef services to customized excursions.