Siena
from USD 1,493
per night

Villa San Bartolomeo is a property with six bedrooms that accommodates up to 14 - located only 10 minutes from Sarteano.

14 pers. max. 6 bedrooms
10/10
6 Customer reviews
Siena
from USD 1,649
per night

Villa Monticelli features 6 spacious bedrooms in its three-storied elegant farmhouse situated on two hectares with an enclosed garden.

14 pers. max. 6 bedrooms
10/10
4 Customer reviews
Siena
from USD 1,649
per night

Villa Sambuco, an exquisite 18th-century farmhouse situated near Val D'Orcia  and recently completely refurbished to feature six bedrooms.

14 pers. max. 6 bedrooms
10/10
6 Customer reviews
Florence
from USD 270
per night

Charming and unique in design, Forno Apartment is charmingly appointed to bring personality into any living experience.

4 pers. max. 2 bedrooms
10/10
3 Customer reviews
Tuscany
from USD 434
per night

The four-bedroom Villa La Lestra is a family-friendly house with amenities for both adults and children.

11 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
10/10
6 Customer reviews
Tuscany
from USD 411
per night

Villa Angelica is now a 5-bedroom holiday villa with panoramic views of the Tuscan countryside.

13 pers. max. 5 bedrooms
10/10
5 Customer reviews
Grosseto
from USD 3,031
per night

Villa San Lorenzo, a sprawling and ultra-luxurious private villa on the outskirts Grosseto in Tuscany.

12 pers. max. 6 bedrooms
Florence
from USD 252
per night

Villa Luce is a traditional Tuscan villa located just 45 minutes from Florence. Boasting 5 spacious bedrooms, plush living areas and vast gardens with a private swimming pool, it is the perfect accommodation for a relaxing family getaway.

10 pers. max. 5 bedrooms
10/10
3 Customer reviews
Siena
from USD 638
per night

Villa Le Caggia is an exquisite property and its garden boasts spectacular countryside scenery that complements this grandiose property perfectly.

15 pers. max. 7 bedrooms 3 staff
10/10
1 Customer reviews
Florence
from USD 252
per night

Escape to the enchanting Tuscan countryside at Villa Acacia, a 5-bedroom haven of tranquility boasting traditional charm, a private pool, and breathtaking views near Florence

12 pers. max. 5 bedrooms
10/10
3 Customer reviews
Florence
from USD 252
per night

Villa Stolli is a beautiful Tuscan villa located in a small village a short drive from the centre of Florence. Boasting 4 bedrooms, spacious living areas and a private swimming pool, it is the perfect accommodation for a countryside family holiday.

10 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
9.8/10
4 Customer reviews
Florence
from USD 2,214
per night

Ca'di Pesa is a Tuscan traditional house which marries luxury with style while remaining true to the history of its estate.

20 pers. max. 11 bedrooms
Grosseto
from USD 2,651
per night

Villa Zen Tuscany in Capalbio is a 5-bedroom family-friendly villa with 2 swimming pool, tennis court, gardens, and more.

10 pers. max. 5 bedrooms
10/10
4 Customer reviews
Tuscany
from USD 666
per night

Villa Virginia is an attractive family-friendly estate located in Tuscany near many tourist attractions.

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
10/10
5 Customer reviews
Tuscany
from USD 711
per night

Ensure a peaceful countryside stay at Villa Viola Lunigiana with five bedrooms, a swimming pool, a terrace dining area, and sprawling lawns in Lunigiana, Tuscany.

10 pers. max. 5 bedrooms
10/10
5 Customer reviews
Siena
from USD 1,551
per night

Villa Vetrichina offers a peaceful and tranquil getaway for your family. It can accommodate up to 14 people in 6 bedrooms.

12 pers. max. 6 bedrooms
10/10
2 Customer reviews
Arezzo
from USD 1,100
per night

Situated just minutes away from Cortona, Villa Torre degli Elci offers the ideal place for getaways of any sort.

12 pers. max. 6 bedrooms
10/10
1 Customer reviews
Arezzo
from USD 1,100
per night

Villa Tornavento offers a relaxing vacation for friends and family in a beautiful setting. It is equipped with all the modern conveniences.

10 pers. max. 5 bedrooms
10/10
3 Customer reviews

Best Tuscany Villas for Rent

Tuscany’s dreamy landscapes, made up of the rolling countryside, sandy beaches and postcard-perfect villages is a traveller’s dream come true. From nature hikes and gourmet tours, to historic monuments, museums and landscaped gardens, the region has it all, offering vacationers endless options for fun and relaxation.

Tuscany villas for Rent

Choose from our hand-picked selection of Tuscany holiday villas, each of which are inspected with care to meet our standards of excellence. When you book a vacation rental with us, you’re choosing from the best of holiday homes that the destination has to offer.

Our wide-ranging portfolio of vacation rentals offers something for every Tuscany villa traveller. Whether you’re looking to stay at the seaside or the countryside, we’ll help you locate your dream holiday home.

All of our properties feature a full range of amenities, and offer ultimate privacy and serenity. After a day of sightseeing, it’s the home away from home you’ll look forward to returning back to.

Family activities in Tuscany

With its dreamy landscapes and wide-ranging attractions and activities, Tuscany is a destination that offers something for all ages and interests.

Florence, the capital city of the region is a great option for Tuscany villa travellers to base themselves at. There’s more to the destination than arts and culture attractions—Tuscany villa vacationers will enjoy visiting its landscaped gardens, and exploring bike trails within and outside the city. From here, you can easily make day trips to neighbouring cities like Siena, Lucca, Pisa, and Arezzo too.

Key attractions include the Uffizi Gallery, Accademia Gallery and Leonardo da Vinci Museum (we recommend visiting the museum at Via dei Servi 66). If you’re travelling with young children, consider signing them up for kid-friendly tours of the art galleries.

Don’t miss out on iconic landmarks like the Florence Cathedral, Ponte Vecchio, Basilica of Santa Croce and Pitti Palace. A visit to the latter is best combined with a trip to the Boboli Gardens, as the gardens are located just behind the palace.

If basking in the bucolic landscapes of Tuscany is your idea of a perfect vacation, make San Gimignano your holiday destination. This picturesque hilltop town, located southwest of Florence lends itself to Tuscany villa vacationers seeking an idyllic getaway.

The main attractions here include the town squares—Piazza della Cisterna and Piazza del Duomo—as well as the San Gimignano 1300 museum, Palazzo Comunale, Torre Grossa, Cathedral of San Gimignano and Church of Sant'Agostino. Beyond the town centre, you can go for leisurely walks and bike rides out in the countryside, or join in olive oil tastings and winery tours.

A summer holiday in Tuscany isn’t complete without spending long, lazy days at the beach. The region boasts a lengthy coastline that’s home to some of Italy’s prettiest seaside towns, providing Tuscany villa vacationers with plenty of options for the perfect beach getaway.

Some of our favourite coastal towns include Castiglione della Pescaia, a seaside village surrounded by lush greenery. Viareggio, located along the northern coastline of Tuscany is popular for its long, sandy beaches, seafront promenade and its annual carnival event. Along the west coast of the region lies Livorno, a port city known for its seafood and medieval-era fortifications.

Tuscany boasts a wide variety of kid-friendly attractions, including adventure parks, water parks, wildlife reserves and more. Bring the whole family out for a day of fun at Acqua Village Water Parks. This is a chain of water parks in Cecina and Follonica featuring a range of water rides, lazy rivers and massive pools.

Cavallino Matto, located in Livorno is the region’s largest theme park. Suitable for kids aged three and above, the theme park features roller coasters, a 3D cinema, magic and dance performances, and more.

You’ll also find a variety of adventure parks spread out across the region, including The Adventure Park Pineto, Indiana Park Amiata and Adventure Park Il Gigante to name a few. These parks feature an array of outdoor activities, including obstacle courses, zip lines and suspension bridges.

Activities and points of interest in Tuscany

With festivals and events happening all year round, there are ample opportunities for Tuscany villa vacationers to immerse themselves in the local festivities and culture.

Music lovers will enjoy the wide-ranging variety of music festivals, featuring genres like blues, opera, jazz and pop. The Lucca Summer Festival is a highly anticipated event that features a lineup of renowned artists from across the world. Other popular festivals include the Pistoia Blues Festival, Musicastrada Festival and Puccini Festival.

If you’re visiting during February, the Carnival of Viareggio is an event not to be missed. Widely considered to be the most famous of carnival celebrations across Italy and Europe, the month-long festival is an explosion of fun and colour. There are parades, marching bands, masked balls and parties happening at all times of the day, so be prepared to celebrate late into the night!

Food festivals, including the San Miniato White Truffle Festival and Chianti Classico Wine Festival showcase the local food and wine specialties. You can participate in food and wine tastings, watch local artisans at work and join in guided tours of wineries and other venues.

Nature lovers and adventurers will enjoy the myriad outdoor activities that Tuscany offers. Go picnicking in the countryside, or hop into a hot air balloon to enjoy aerial views of the region’s stunning landscapes.

There are a wide variety of hiking and biking trails to suit Tuscany villa vacationers of all ages and abilities. Families can opt for child-friendly walks at a nature reserve, or guided bike tours of attractions like the Lucca Wall, Etruscan Coast, or Chianti wine region. If you’re seeking a more challenging activity, the region also offers hiking routes and mountain biking trails of varying levels of difficulty.

Restaurants, cafes & bars in Tuscany

Tuscan cuisine emphasises simplicity, and the usage of quality ingredients and seasonal produce. Hearty soups, cheeses, grilled meats and beans are staples in the local diet, and specialities like the ribollita, lampredotto, crostini di fegatini and pici are some examples of must-try dishes for travellers.

The region’s thriving dining scene offers no shortage of options; you’ll find traditional trattorias and osterias alongside inventive fusion restaurants and Michelin-starred venues.

And while Tuscany isn’t known for its clubbing scene, the larger cities—such as Florence, Pisa and Siena—are home to popular nightclubs. There’s a wide selection of cocktail and wine bars all across the region, and venues that come with our recommendations include Enoteca Pitti Gola e Cantina, SE·STO on Arno and Caffè dell'Oro. These are great options for a low-key evening out with family and friends.

Some of our favourite restaurants include Enoteca Pinchiorri, La Giostra, Osteria di Passignano and Caino. These are highly sought-after venues, so we recommend making reservations well in advance.

If you need more information, or require help with making a restaurant reservation, simply reach out to your Tuscany villa concierge. The concierge will take care of your every need, so you can sit back, relax and enjoy your holiday.