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                  Recent Massa Carrara Reviews

                  Wonderful retreat in Northern Tuscany

                  5 of 5
                  We had a fantastic time staying at the Villa Terra di Luna near Fivizzano in Northern Tuscany, our first trip to Italy as a family of 4, with two children aged 7 and 4. The villa was incredibly spacious and full of character and you could see that the owner Michael had spent a significant amount of time restoring it and decorating it to a high standard. It is located in a small hamlet of villas and is very quiet, but has wonderful views over the valley and towards the Apuane Alps. The highlight had for us had to be the split level outdoor area which had a great BBQ and large, communal table near the villa with the pool and other areas lower down. The salt water pool was the main attraction, and the kids loved being in it at every opportunity. It had a large shallower area which made it ideal for our youngest to start to learn to swim. The surrounding area had enough loungers and shaded areas to suit all tastes which meant you could spend all your time in the villa if you wished without venturing out further. The fact that the pool was on a different level and gated off meant we could also keep the children safe when required. Whilst the surrounding area may not be the typical Tuscan landscape, the local town of Fivizzano has a strong sense of community. We were lucky enough to be there to see "La Disfida degli Arcieri di Terra e di Corte" medieval procession and archery competition and the central square had a number of places to eat and drink both during the day and in the evening which have been commented on in previous reviews. Further afield, the villa is ideally placed to visit the Cinque Terre, Pisa and Lucca. As it was July when we visited, we obviously had warm temperatures in the high 20's and low 30's, however due to the mountains and general elevation the area can be prone to Summer storms which did sometimes knock out the power for a short period of time. Finally, the owner Michael Playford was very helpful and helped to point out local attractions and places to eat and visit.
                  • Submitted: Nov 18, 2013
                  • Stayed: Jul 2013