Villa Salica

From $3,712 / week

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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 7 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 14
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Bedrooms: 7

Bathrooms: 7

Sleeps: 14

Type: House

Villa Salica

Rent Villa Salica in captivating Tuscany and be immersed in rolling hills, vivid flower meadows and vineyards. From the Renaissance treasure houses of Florence and Pisa, to the fairy tale walled city of Siena and Tuscany’s deliciously rustic food and noble wine, a holiday in this luxury villa will be an experience to never forget.

Villa Salica is a beautiful, large, 19th century villa with a private pool. It is composed of 5 double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and 2 suites with double beds, private living rooms and en suite bathrooms.

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Villa Salica
Serravalle Pistoiese, Tuscany, Italy

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The villa is perfectly positioned away from the chaos of the cities but with easy access to Tuscan sights. In fact, 95% of the symbolic Tuscan landmarks can be reached within an hour and a half by car or train. Only 2 km from Villa Salica there is a small country rail station where guests can catch the train.
The villa is located in the north of Tuscany near Serravalle Pistoiese in the province of Pistoia. It is perfectly positioned for visits to Florence, Lucca, Pisa, San Gamignano and Siena as well as the many beautiful villages and towns scattered throughout this part of Tuscany.
Things to see and to do in Tuscany:
PISTOIAThis is a fascinating medieval city a with a beautiful Piazza del Duomo. Small ancient streets, medieval towers and palaces offer guests a rare glimpse of old times.
FLORENCEMichelangelo's masterpiece, the magnificent Duomo and Giotto Belltower, noble and elegant Renaissance palaces, Medici’s heritage and Benozzo Gozzoli Chapel, Palazzo Vecchio, Ponte Vecchio, Piazzale Michelangelo, Palazzo Pitti and Uffizi Museum are all in this city. There are so many more treasures that this city and its surroundings have to offer.
PISAGuests will want to have a camera ready for the iconic leaning Tower, Baptistry and striking Duomo in the Miracles Square.
LUCCALucca has magnificent 16th-century ramparts enclosing a maze of cobbled streets, elegant Piazzas, renaissance palaces, the home of Puccini and a certain taste of France. Elisa Baciocchi Bonaparte, Napoleon’s sister, lived here, and her influence gives Lucca a sense of little Paris.
SIENAA UNESCO world heritage medieval city with its shell-shaped cobbled il Campo, turreted Torre del Mangia and the colourful pageantry of "Il Palio" during July and August is a must see.
AREZZOThis is a beautiful medieval city, and guests will not want to miss the antiques market in the historical centre of the city.
MASSA-CARRARA/GROSSETO/LIVORNOThis is the Tuscan seaside. Tuscany has interesting destinations near the sea: Versilia Coast, Etruscan Coast and Maremma are some of the places where guests can sight see and relax.



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