Italian villas are the perfect accommodation for anyone interested in an authentic Italian experience – especially for groups and families. Our Italian Villa Collection offers the ambiance, space, flexibility, and independence to host the perfect party or celebrate a special occasion.
Villa Costanza is ideally located in Marina del Cantone, halfway between Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast. It offers both hiking and trekking excursions for mountain lovers as well as a beach for those interesting in swimming. The villa itself offers panoramic views of the surrounding area that can be best enjoyed dining alfresco in the large outdoor terrace or from the private pool.
This charming villa sits right be the sea on low cliffs near the town of Cava D’Aliga on the southern coast of Sicily. This two-level house offers a beautiful terrace on the roof with stunning views of the countryside. This option has been recently renovated and offers comfortable amenities, a heated pool from April to October, a courtyard perfect for alfresco dining, and more.
This spacious villa dates back to the 16th century. It sits on a large estate home to olive groves and vineyards just a few minutes from the old town centre of Arezzo. Recently renovated, this villa is the ideal spot for groups interested in getting away from it all but isn’t too far to take day trips to Florence, Cortona, or Lake Trasimeno. A caretaker and family live adjacent and breakfast can be provided upon request.
Antica Posta sits just outside the walls of a castle in the charming town of Bolsena. This little village sits on the banks of the largest lake in Europe with volcanic origins. This wonderful spot is lush and unspoilt – perfect to relax and unwind with gorgeous surroundings. While guests can enjoy the unique architecture of Antica Posta that dates back to the early 1900’s, the villa has been recently remodelled and offers all modern amenities. The owners also have a close farm estate nearby and guests can arrange for a visit to the farm with a wine tasting.
This spacious villa was first built during the Middle Ages and then expanded during the Renaissance to be the home of an aristocrat. Today, it can sleep up to 22 guests and offers a stunning visit back in history starting with a winding, Cypress tree lined driveway up to the residence. Sitting at the centre of a large estate, guests can purchase Chianti wine and olive oil produced on the property. Its careful renovation has left the spirit and integrity of this estate intact while providing all the comforts of modern living.