Discover boutique hotels in Tuscany, Italy

If you’re longing for a rustic getaway in Italy, head to Tuscany, where luxury villas and boutique hotel stays rest amid picturesque farms, expansive vineyards and quiet coastlines. Holidays here are spent exploring mediaeval hilltop villages and splashing about in warm summer seas.

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Destinations in Tuscany

  • A love affair between culture, commerce and good living, this fine city has long been fêted as the most aesthetically pleasing in all Italy.
  • Gavorrano is the picture-perfect Tuscan town of the kind you see in films: honey-hued houses, green-shuttered trattorias and winding streets, perched atop a rural clifftop.
  • A coastal province at the southern end of sun-soaked Tuscany, Grosseto is a treasure trove of hidden villages, fertile olive groves and sweeping beaches.
  • Stretching along Tuscany’s southern coast, Maremma is a treasure trove of treats: long beaches, green-carpeted hills and wide, sunflower-spotted fields are all on offer in this ravishing swathe of Italian countryside.
  • Miraculous works of art, grand Renaissance buildings and some of the best vineyards in the Val d’Orcia: these are just a few of our favourite things about the hilltop town of Montepulciano.
  • Starting life as a quiet rural village in Val d’Orcia, Pienza is now a hotspot for cheese-lovers and culture-chasers seeking a glimpse into the Renaissance.
  • This stretch of northern Tuscany is a natural charmer; its winding coastline spans rust-coloured hills, dense pine forests, moorlands, and beaches graced with sand as white as Carrara's famous marble.

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