NESTLED WITHIN THE VERSILIA HILLS, DOMINATING THE TUSCANY COAST, SURROUNDED BY ITALIAN GARDENS AND CENTURIES-OLD OLIVE GROVES.
This is stylish holiday retreat, retaining all the charm of the historic residence together with the tranquillity a of a private home. Panoramic views of the sea, Versilia cities and Tuscan hills can be appreciated from the villa, swimming pool, gardens and terrace.
The large living rooms are adorned with frescoes and beamed ceilings, period furniture and pieces of Art. The dining room can accommodate up to twenty guests and has a serving hatch with direct connection to the kitchen, perfect for cooking classes. In addition to the surrounding town of Pietrasanta, Lucca, Pisa, Florence and Siena are easily reachable through landscapes of rare beauty.
The marble quarries of Carrara in which Michelangelo carved his masterpiece are a short drive away as are the "Cinque Terre”. The famous beaches of Versilia with surfing, sailing schools and the golf course at Forte dei Marmi are located just minutes away. Relaxing walks through country paths from the villa leading to ancient villages such as Saint Lucia and Monteggiori or designer shopping in the fashionable centre of Forte dei Marmi are only part of what is at close reach from this property.
Versilia is indisputably the most sought-after area of the Tuscan Riviera, a luxury resort and a unique shopping district. Surrounded by the magnificent Apuan Alps and encrusted with the chicest boutiques and Art Galleries of the entire region, Versilia (the North Tuscany Riviera) has elegantly brought together families and stylish aficionados.
Covering from the province of Pisa until the very beginning of Liguria, this stretch of coast features a number of kid-friendly beach clubs, growing in sophistication from the southern point to the northern. Versilia is indisputably the most sought-after area of the north Tuscan Riviera, of which Forte dei Marmi is today the most famous town, internationally known. This is an area which is arguably the most famous among all classy Italian sea locations: its night life, scents of the sea, and its own people are inspirations to live La Dolce Vita, the sweet life. Times have changed dramatically since Agnelli walked the beach-town streets of Forte dei Marmi, but people like him will never cease to take a stroll on the beaches and Pietrasanta, now centre of attraction for the cultured and elegant, is becoming popular for its magnificent offer of art, food and shops.