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Beautiful country-villa for 12/14 guests, swimming pool, a garden of 20.000 mq.
The villa has 5 bed-rooms: 3 bedrooms with a large bed for two people each, one bedroom with a sofa-bed for two people, one bed with two single beds and a sodìfa-bed for one people. More: as the villa is very large, no problem to add other beds on request.
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Smoking allowed - It is possible to smoke just in the gardenIt is possible to smoke just in the garden
Max guests: 14
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC/140ºF
Minimum 1-day vacancy between guest stays
Cleaned with disinfectant
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Follows regional health guidelines: Safe Hospitality National Protocol (Italy)
This beautiful villa, completely renovated in 2014, is dates back to the 18th century. It is positioned in the middle of a 64 acres property, on beautiful green hills, and very close to an uncontaminated sea cost. The location is truly wonderful, very quiet, characteristic, fully immersed in the countryside, in one of the most delightful corners of Tuscany.
Among the closest beaches, you can find the “Ultima Spiaggia” beach resort, a place very popular among the VIPs and often mentioned in the tabloids. If quiet and peace is what you’re looking for, we suggest the oasis of Burano, a WWF resort; classified FIRST among Italian beaches, for water clarity and preservation of the ecosystem.
However, spending all your time lying on a sunny beach would really be a pity, because area offers so much more. The Maremma, in fact, is among the few areas of Tuscany that have kept their most authentic nature, unspoilt by mass tourism, and carefully preserved by strict local regulations.
In the village of Capalbio (at 7 km ) ancient traditions still survive, elsewhere completely lost. Taking a stroll on its medieval walls, you’ll enjoy a fantastic view of the whole area: fields, hills and, in the background, our beautiful blue sea.
Also worth visiting the Tarott’s Garden (a Park/Museum of the French sculptress Niki de Saint Phalle); the museum/Castle of Vulci (with the ancient etruskian bridge); Tarquinia Museum and Necropolis (UNESCO Human Heritage site); Saturnia Thermal Baths (with the famous Gorello falls): the villages of Pitigliano, Sovana e Sorano; the Argentario sea-coast and the near-by Tuscany archipelago, with the islands of Giglio and Giannutri; the beautiful Elba Island and the wild Montecristo Island (the one mentioned in Dumas’ “The Count of Montecristo”).
Among the many restaurants within the area, we suggest:
for a traditional cuisine: Il Frantoio or Tullio at Capalbio; Il Tortello at Pescia Fiorentina. If you are looking for experimental nouvelle cuisine, we suggest the “Nobili Santi” at Porto Ercole or La Filanda at Manciano. For a truly unforgettable seafood dinner try the restaurant of the Dogana beach resort.
To reach us ia very simple.
From Rome: take the Rome-Civitavecchia motorway, then the Aurelia towards Grosseto and exit at Pescia Fiorentina (Km.130)
From Milan: take the Highway A1 to the exit of La Spezia, then the motorway to Livorno, exit at Rosignano, then continue on the Aurelia towards Rome, exit at Pescia Fiorentina (km 500).
Upon arriving you will find that, in addition to what we have described, there is "much more", but you will discover it by yourself, during your holidays. See you in Poggio Capraio!!
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About danila corinti
Hi, I'm Danila, as a person I’m dynamic (sometimes even too much), I love children, animals, gardening (if you decide to book your vacations with us you’ll see!), I love traveling and I love this job! I like to meet people, to talk to them, and sometimes, why not, keep in touch! It is truly fulfilling when, after spending a vacation in one of our places, people get back to me and let me know that they have had a good time! I can not always meet my guests in person (I divide my time between Rome and Tuscany, where we have a farm), but I personally answer to their questions, take care of their request and organize their sojourn. I’m glad when people decide to spend their vacation in our beautiful country, that I love so much, and I try to help them making the best of it!
danila corinti purchased this villa in 1994
Why danila corinti chose Pescia Fiorentina
The first time I saw Poggio Capraio I thought 'I found it!'. I did not know whether to be happy or scared. The place was really beautiful: an eighteenth-century farmhouse on top of a hill overlooking the surrounding hills, forests and the sea. However, the work to be done to restore it to its former glory was so much! Now that it is finished, the villa and garden are perfect and we look forward to sharing them with you. An holiday here is a feast for the eyes and the heart.
What makes this villa unique
When my husband and I arrived here for the first time, more than 30 years ago, it seemed impossible to find such a wild place so close to Rome, and from the sea coast. Miraculously, a strict policy of protecting the territory has preserved the ecosystem and now, even thirty years after our arrival, here you'll can enjoy a sea and a land unspoiled. Kilometers of beach (sand, dunes and pine forests) and a country which is the first in Europe (that's right: Capalbio is the first agricultural district of Europe). And, if you like you'll can have a walk in the woods to pick blackberries, or mushrooms (depending on the season), startng from the villa (just go out and take the path). This does not mean you have to do the hermits though! You are in Tuscany, and a short walk from the Argentario: markets, shops, restaurants and clubs are at your disposal if you want to take a dip in the 'civilized world'. You can also rent a boat (or just take a ferry) and make a tour in the Tuscan archipelago discovering a sea that has nothing to envy (indeed !!) to the Sardinia. You can dance in the discos of the Argentario, and then retire to a quiet oasis, in the company of the crickets.
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