Villa Loscove was originally a medieval lookout tower (hence the great views of much of the Casentino) that over the years has been expanded and restructured.
It is an elegant, secluded villa with private pool.
At guests' disposal:
2 baby beds available free of charge.
2 high chairs available free of charge.
WI-FI Internet connection available.
Ground and exteriors
Large garden and 10 acres of surrounding land.
Private pool mt.11 x 5.5 depth 1.4 mts opne from 1 May to 30 September.
The road is not suitable for low sport cars
The nearest village is Poppi (about 4 km.) Which is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy and in the home you an excellent view of the castle and the walls around him. In town there are restaurants, supermarkets, shops of all kinds.
At about km. 4 away there is also a golf course. You can have mountain bikes for hire and restaurant (surcharge) with specialty of the house.
It Is 45 km. from Florence and 45 from Arezzo.
Don't miss day-trips to important Art cities like Arezzo and Florence. Another suggestion is to go to Perugia direction and visit beautiful towns like Anghiari, Sansepolcro and Monterchi.
Arezzo is a city in Tuscany, Italy that was an important Etruscan town. It was known to the Romans as Arretium. Arezzo was made in the 11th cent. a free commune, siding with the Ghibellines. Arezzo is also famous for Guido d'Arezzo, the Medieval abbot who originated solfeggio (the mnemonic music system known to many from the song in The Sound of Music that starts "Do, a deer"). Nowadays, it is an agricultural trade centre and has machine, clothing, gold, and jewellery industries and is also a tourist centre.
LOCAL ACTIVITIES AND RESTAURANTS
AL RITROVO - WHERE: Bibbiena, city center, nearest large town is Arezzo
Set right off the main square in Bibbiena where they hold concerts and activities during the summer months - screened in outside terrace so you can appreciate the small town life while eating a good wholesome meal.
I TRE BARONIi. elegant restaurantsituated in the Casentino valley
This is one of the most prestigious and welcoming tourist destinations in the province of Arezzo. Resturant I Tre Baroni **** adds style to the spectacular Casentino Valley. Respectful of nature and traditions, it is set in the National Park of Casentino Forests, very close to the century-old Hermitage and Monastery of Camaldoli.
IL TIRABUSCIO - WHERE: Bibbiena, city center, nearest large town is Arezzo
Elegant and tastey dishes, accompanied by an extensive wine list. The chef has lots of fun inventing new menus which will satisfy a local clientele and entice the foreigners to try something just a little more adventurous.
Getting the most for your time atthe TuscanMuseums:
Why be bothered waiting in long hot lines, when you can reserve a spot in advance at one of the more famous museums in all of Tuscany. Do it yourself, with contained reservation fees - read about this and other museums right here. Or why bother waiting in any lines when you aren't sure if this is the right museum. There are so many truely interesting places in the many towns of Tuscany - check out the places you might be interested in before you get to the ticket booth.
Viareggio - Italian Style Carnival !!!
Carnival in Tuscany, Italy is not only a time to bring out the famous Venetian customs with colorful masks and long flowing robes - but also a national holiday to poke holes at their political machine. No one does it better than the folk at Viareggio in Tuscany.
Gusto di Guidi at Poppi
Roam through the medieval streets of the town of Poppi and enjoy visiting private cantinas furnished with antique wine gear and bottles and bottles of Italian - and more often than not .
. The entire town opens its doors and gardens, exploiting their natural resource: a beautifully restored town.
Palio di Siena: the historical horse race
The most famous and impressive medieval horse race in Tuscany and the whole Italy, the Palio of Siena tells us about this majestic city and its fabulous history...
Wine Tasting Tour in Tuscany
Put yourself in the hands of an expert English speaking tour guide to visit, and of course taste, the most distinct vineyards in Tuscany. Explore the World of Tuscan Wine. People drink wine because they enjoy it. Whether it's a crisp, cool white on the patio during summer or a full-bodied red with a rich dinner, wine gives pleasure. And "Exploring the world of Tuscan wine..." with an accomplished English speaking host gives you the basic tools to enjoy it even more.
Costa degli Etruschi wine trail
To go through a wine trail like the Etruscan's coast trail gives the opportunity to visit charming medieval villages, vineyards and olive groves immersed in an unspoilt hilly land not far away from "Blue Flag" beaches. Visting the wine cellars and tasting the local wines your will learn more about the territory itself and taste a little bit of real Tuscany.
Cantine Aperte - the major wine Festival in Italy
"Cantine Aperte" means Open Cellars, this is the most important wine Festival in the whole Italy, when many wineries open their cellars to visit and tasting attracting many tourists and wine enthusiasts from the whole world.
Fattoria Il Palagio - Castel San Gimignano
Located in a privileged area between Volterra and San Gimignano, Il Palagio’s lands extend over Etruscan and Roman old settlements, actually the wine dates back from that time. With modern methods but preserving many of the ancient procedures, Il Palagio is able to produce top quality wines. The most important one, connected to the territory is the Vernaccia di San Gimignano D.O.C.G.
Casentino National Park - The largest National Park in Italy
Unspoiled lush woods, mountains, lake, rivers, waterfalls; knowledge, adventure and much fun are waiting for you. The National Park of the Casentinese Forests, Monte Falterona and Campigna (its full name) is the largest one in Italy, set between Tuscany and Romagna regions, it extends over the Tuscan-Emilian Apennine ridge.
VIA CASSIA - From Tuscany to Rome by car
An idea that is really worthy and we surely recommend is to take a few days more to do this trip between Florence and Rome or between Siena and Rome (or vice-versa) by car, not with the highway but through an old Roman road - Via Cassia. At last, ALL ROADS LEAD TO ROME.
Street markets and other fairs
Tuscany is rich of street markets and this is certainly a great choice to make shopping as well as get full immersion in the Tuscan experience: antiques, handcrafts, flowers, vegetables, clothes, souvenirs and much more is waiting for you along the streets of many Tuscan cities and villages.
"Sagra" is the Italian word for Food Festival. What can you expect to find when you go? Normally it is a group of locals in the Pro Loco (which means local promotional agency) who get together and prepare a menu with a theme. The money earned in these events is dedicated to buying things for the town folk or setting up parks and play area for the children.
June - summertime arrives and with it a lot of Festivals in Tuscany
we have sifted through a long list of possible activites and picked those which we accessed to be characteristic - fun and in areas easy to find. We have based our list on info provided by the local governments - however we are not responsabile if these activities are cancelled, moved or unavailable.
Only 5km from the Villa, GOLF CLUB CASENTINO
Surface: sqm 400
On the ground floor is a spacious kitchen of about 30 square meters equipped with all the necessary equipment and appliances, laundry room and 1 bathroom with shower, a balcony with large table for outside eating and grill for cooking meat to coal.
On the first floor there is a huge living room with several chairs, fireplace, satellite TV, stereo system and Internet connection, 1 double bedroom with double bed and 1 single bed and a balcony with chairs from which you can admire the surrounding landscape.
On the second floor there are 3 double bedrooms (one with double bed and 1 single bed), 2 bathrooms with shower, and finally in a turret there is room with 2 single beds.
2 extra single bed can be added on request, to pay on the spot.Read more
Rates shown in
(Rental listed originally in EUR)
Jun 28 - Aug 30, 2014
Aug 30 - Sep 27, 2014
Sep 27 - Dec 20, 2014
Dec 20 - Jan 3, 2015
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Booking Fee | $40 per stay | A Booking Fee of 30.00€ is to be added to the rental price.
Additional notes from the manager
Check-in: from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Check-out: within 9.30 a.m.
Not included in the rental price and to be paid on the spot:
Final Cleaning (mandatory): 150.00€
Extra Bed (on request): 10.00€ per person per day
Refundable Security Deposit (cash) (mandatory): 500.00€
Heating (on request): 4.50€ per cubic meter
Pets (on request): 10.00€ per pet per day
Included in the rental price:
Bed linen and towels (weekly changed)
A Booking Fee of 30.00€ is to be added to the rental price.
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