With many different regional heritages and history, Italy has something for everyone. From mountain holidays to luxurious beach vacations and wine country getaways, enjoy the distinct vintage and extravagance each of these Italian villas has to offer.

 

5. Podere Le Colline

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Take in all Tuscany has to offer at Podere Le Colline, an intimate, yet large villa that provides traditional Italian heritage with modern luxury. Complete with a chef and personal staff, the elegantly furnished home features antiques and beautiful Italian paintings. Nine en-suite bedrooms mean there is plenty of privacy for each guest, while the vast common areas leave excellent opportunity for socializing. An extraordinary garden featuring vineyards, orchards, and a vegetable garden offer acres of space to get lost in. Spend your time relaxing on-site, or drive into Pienza for some city life.

 

4. San Lorenzo Mountain Lodge

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Take in the perfect ski holiday at the San Lorenzo Mountain Lodge in the Dolomites. Enjoy impeccable views of mountain valleys from a perfectly furnished Alpine hunting lodge. Fireplaces throughout crackle invitingly or relax in the Finnish sauna, Turkish hammam, or Whirlpool bath and Experience shower. A cavernous wine cellar is fully stocked and your in-house chef will prepare your meals after a long-day of skiing. Prepare for the day in the Ski/Golf locker room, complete with a heated boot rack. San Lorenzo offers indulgence at its finest.

 

3. Castello Tedite

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Stay in a private castle in the mountains between Umbria and Tuscany at Castello Tedite. This grand villa has been painstakingly restored from collapsed ruins into a magnificent 35,000-square-foot castle. Choose from one of eight suits decorated in Renaissance style, relax on the rooftop terrace, and enjoy the modern luxuries that restoration has brought including a swimming pool, fitness center, Turkish bath, wine cellar, and massage room.

 

2. Casa Porpora

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Once home to the noble Fusco family, Casa Porpora’s picturesque location between Amalfi and Positano features unbeatable views and luxury, while remaining true to its vintage heritage. Two pools (indoor and outdoor), a roof terrace, and exquisite views of the Amalfi Coast make this villa an unbeatable choice for the region. Four bedroom suites and two lounges – one with a glass floor! – make the villa a wonderful choice for a vacation with friends. Nearby, find restaurants and bars, and the famous Praia beach.

 

1. L’Antica Torre

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Built from an ancient tower, L’Antica Torre is one-of-a-kind villa and one of the most unique properties on offer in Italy. With space to sleep eight, the Perugia, Umbria villa has been fully renovated and offers sweeping views of Umbria’s olive trees and lush, rolling valleys. An infinity pool and rooftop terrace complement the luxurious en-suite bedrooms. Enjoy meals prepared by a private chef and luxuriate in the feeling of absolute privacy, while being just minutes away from a championship golf club.

 

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