Luxury Villa, Charm, A/C, Pool, beaches & cities

From $232 / night

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  • Villa
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4

Sleeps: 10

Type: Villa

Luxury Villa, Charm, A/C, Pool, beaches & cities

General Description

Fusing the rolling hills of the hinterland with the fabulous Tuscan beaches characterised by white sands, clean water and fragrant pine forests, the Maremma area of Tuscany is a brilliant holiday destination. Situated just 3 km from the medieval village of Massa Marittima and approximately 15 km from the pristine beaches of the Tuscan seaside, Villa Magic Charm is a luxurious villa within 11 hectares of grounds, providing extremely comfortable self-catering accommodation for up to 10 guests. Villa Magic Charm is one the highest class villa of the Villa & Charme selection. Surrounded by olive groves and a park that gentle descends ...Read more

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Luxury Villa, Charm, A/C, Pool, beaches & cities
Massa Marittima, Tuscany, Italy
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Maremma coast - Massa Marittima
The city of Massa Marittima rises on a hill 380 meters high in the heart of 'Colline Metallifere', hills of the Alta Maremma. It can easily be reached from Siena following SS73 up to the crossing point of of the 'Madonnino', then SS441 up to the junction with SS439 that, following the direction to Follonica, leads just under the walls of the 'old town'. Massa Marittima, that despite the name is more than twenty kilometers far from the sea, is considered one of the medieval jewels of Tuscany. In the north of the province of Grosseto (Tuscany), in an area that goes from the city of Grosseto all the way up to the Alta Maremma, there has developed a winemaking tradition that is closely linked to the history of Massa Marittima and the medieval villages that crown the hilltops of this rugged land. Nine different varieties of wines are produced under this appellation in this hilly land - an appellation that valorizes a series of vine varieties that have been part of Grosseto's winemaking history since times immemorial. Special attention is due to Vermentino, a white wine of distinctive character, and to two types of Vin Santo, one white and one red. The red Vin Santo is also known as Occhio di Pernice. It is a full-bodied and intense wine.



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