A holiday in Italy while staying at this rental near the Maremma is sure to be among the best you’ve ever or will ever have. Situated in the midst of oak, laurel, myrtle, and cork trees, this villa is situated on a large estate with a serene and peaceful atmosphere. There are great views, a shared swimming pool, and all the amenities needed for a fabulous vacation in Italy.
(13 hectares) Situated in the ancient Etruscan country on the border of northern Maremma and the hills of Cecina, this estate within the natural reserve known as Il Terriccio features four stone villas that date back to the 18th century. Each villa has a private outdoor patio furnished with a table and chairs. There is a private swimming pool (16m x 7m) that is surrounded by sun loungers and umbrellas. A common covered patio features a barbecue and refrigerator. There is also a changing room with an exercise area, a kitchenette and a bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower. Parking is available within the property grounds.
Ground floor: The entrance leads to a living and dining room with a couch, chairs, Satellite TV, large windows, a table with chairs, and doors opening to the patio. The kitchen is equipped with a cook-top, oven, microwave, American coffee maker, and dishwasher. There are two bedrooms, each with a 160 cm queen-sized bed and an ensuite bathroom with a sink, toilet, shower, and tub. Basement: There is a room with a washing machine.
Extra Services: The following are listed as an aid for trip planning; the services and prices are approximate and cannot be guaranteed by Rentvillas. All extra services are payable locally in cash. Chef Available: Upon request Wireless Internet Available: According to use Please Note: Housekeeping for 2 hours per day, 5 days per week is included There are three other villas on the estate that can be rented under the names Villa Riparbella – Giallo, Villa Riparbella – Blu, Villa Riparbella – Rosso. The entire estate can be rented under the name Villa Riparbella.
The estate is located four kilometers from Riparbella, a small town well known in Italian history. It is famous for its woodworking and the surrounding countryside inhabited with wild boar. As a result, Riparbella has a unique and delicious cuisine built around wild game, mushrooms, and other very traditional Tuscan dishes. In town, make sure you see the medieval church of San Giovanni Evangelist. If you feel like some sun and ocean breezes, the seaside is only 15 kilometers away-- on a clear day, you can even see the sea from this villa! Inland from Riparbella is Volterra, a true regional gem where you can capture that "hill town experience" in full. From the characteristic main piazza to the Roman ruins, Volterra has something from every century all the way back to Etruscan times. Wander along the Etruscan walls, dating from the 4th century BC, or purchase your own alabaster memento in a nearby shop. Visit museums, the exterior of a 15th century fortress (the interior is a prison!), or lounge in the Piazza dei Priori, one of the best town squares in the region-- and the site of many historic and often bloody events. To the north is Pisa-- known, of course, for its famous leaning tower. Next to the tower there is also the gorgeous Duomo, completed in 1350. Florence: 123 km San Gimignano: 55 km Pisa: 50 km Volterra: 35 km Seaside: 15 km Riparbella: 4 km