Casa Bacci was probably built around the end of the 19th century as farmhouse servicing the adjacent Villa Bacci which was bought by the owner’s great grandfather in 1899. It sits on a hill overlooking the village of Porto Azzurro with magnificent views over the harbour, the Capoliveri hills and the Stella gulf. On clear days it is possible to see the isles of the Tuscan archipelago, Pianosa and Giglio as well as Corsica. The house is surrounded by its own land, fields and vineyard gently sloping towards the sea and in a unique environmental setting within National Park borders offering maximum quiet even in peak tourist season while only five minutes away from the hustle and bustle of town.
The house offers two independent apartments (1 for 6 guests on the first floor and one for 4 guests on the ground floor) each with its own separate portion of garden equipped with table and chairs for dining outside. Large groups can rent both units at the same time.