Located on the Garavicchio Estate, a 200-hectare organic farm with noble owners. This stunning villa sits in a commanding position atop an olive grove covered hill with impressive views over vast manicured fields and vineyards which stretch to the azure Mediterranean Sea in the distance.
The Garavicchio Estate is also home to the Il Giardino dei Tarocchi, an outdoor museum with quirky tarot card inspired statues. For those wanting to explore the local area, within ten minutes there are beaches in abundance and the medieval towns of Capalbio and Manciano. Just off the coast is the local island of Gilgio; one of the seven islands making up the Tuscan archipelago.
The villa, which is up the hill enjoys the Estates facilities while providing maximum privacy and seclusion for its guests. It has been designed to a flawless standard which would impress even the most discerning traveller; the floors, a white terracotta are from an Umbrian merchant, the beds are created by an ironmonger who also provides to the Pope and the handmade plates are from a Tuscan company which dates back 300 years.
Italian summers are best enjoyed outside and with this in mind there is a beautiful under the stars dining area for when the hazy sun sets and the twinkling lights in this more remote area of Tuscany shine brighter. There is also a covered dining area as well as an al fresco lounge area, take your pick and enjoy the beauty of this African emulating area with its wilder scenery and commanding coastal position.