Villa Cetinale, Tuscany is a one-of-a-kind property, built in 1681 and situated conveniently between the Tuscan villages of Volterra and San Gimignano. The grandiose residence is enveloped in a historic walled town and has been converted from an Etrusca settlement to a Roman villa for Pope Alexander VII. The villa offers 13 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms, making it a perfect destination for large family vacations. It has been meticulously restored to maintain its historical charm, with modern amenities that include a spa, swimming pool, and lush gardens. It offers the perfect balance of history, luxury, and style to provide the perfect Tuscan experience.
Loc. Gabbiano, 15, 06081 Assisi, PG, Italy
via Volterrana, 53, 50023 Impruneta Metropolitan City of Florence, Italy
Villa Monarca, Località Guardavalle, Torrita di Siena, Province of Siena, Italy
91014 Castellammare del Golfo, Free municipal consortium of Trapani, Italy