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Every Villa Rental Boasts a Private Pool, from Tuscany’s Rolling Hills to Breath-taking Coastal Views and Secluded Retreats. Discover your perfect escape with Salogi Villas, local Italian experts since 1984.

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Over 35 years of experience. Headquartered in Lucca, Tuscany. Salogi team gives clients the finest insiders' tips and creates a unique travel experience
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Exclusive Managed Villas

Salogi offers over 100 hand-picked villas, each with private pool and unique characteristics, in the most sought-after locations in Tuscany.We have carefully selected them among the many we are constantly offered to guarantee our clients the highest standard and provide the best booking support.

Over 35 Years of Experience

Headquartered in Lucca (Tuscany) since 1984, Salogi continues to offer clients a curated collection of approximately 100 villas in Tuscany. Why only one hundred? The aim is to keep offering top quality & booking support and the finest insider tips to create a unique travel experience.

Best Quality & Best Price Guarantee

We offer top quality and great value to our clients. The team will be available to support you to plan the perfect holiday and to assist you before & during your holiday. As are the exclusive agent for all our villas, no other company can offer you a lower rate than us (price-match guarantee).

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The Best Towns and Villages in Tuscany

In this guide, we journey through some of the most beautiful towns and villages in Tuscany, uncovering must-visit destinations.

Tuscany is celebrated for its timeless beauty, rich history, and captivating culture. From the rolling hills adorned with vineyards to the ancient towns steeped in medieval charm, Tuscany offers a glimpse into ancient times, while its lively atmosphere captivates visitors.

Palio di Siena: Everything You Need to Know About the Iconic Horse Race

The Palio di Siena, held twice a year on July 2nd and August 16th, is an iconic horse race deeply rooted in Siena's historical and cultural fabric.

Hosted in the majestic Piazza del Campo, this event transcends mere sport; it represents an essential aspect of Sienese identity.  Dating back to medieval times, the Palio's rich history is closely linked with the Contrade, Siena's ancient neighbourhoods.

While the race itself lasts just a few minutes, the festivities and traditional celebrations surrounding the Palio extend far beyond this.

Keep reading to learn everything about this unique event and start planning your trip to Siena.

Travelling Around Tuscany

Whether you're planning a road trip through the picturesque landscapes, seeking the tranquillity of train travel, or longing to explore on two wheels, we've got you covered in this comprehensive guide. Read on to learn more as we unveil insider tips to navigate Tuscany's diverse modes of transportation.

Golf in Tuscany

Golf lovers can’t miss Tuscany’s golf courses: thanks to its panoramic landscapes and mild climate, Tuscany offers a unique mix of sport and scenic beauty, all year round. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a casual golfer, Tuscany promises an unforgettable experience that combines the sport you love with the charm of this iconic Italian destination.

In this article you will find all the best golf clubs in the region, divided according to the tourist area. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any further information, or if you are still looking for the perfect villa to rent in Tuscany.

The Best Museums To Visit In Florence

Florence is well-known as a bustling city full of architectural history and culture, home to many prestigious museums, galleries, and palaces that captivate visitors from around the globe. Florence has something for everyone, from Renaissance masterpieces to contemporary artists and fashion exhibits. Read on to discover our handpicked recommendations and essential tips for planning your visit.

Sightseeing in Tuscany

Tuscany is one of Italy's most culturally rich regions: from Florence to Pisa, Siena and Lucca, there are many things to see and visit. A trip to Tuscany isn’t complete without a visit to Tuscany enchanting countryside, where generous wheat, grapes and olive trees fields alternate with small, charming villages, all to be discovered. Lastly, but most definitely not least, the Tuscan coast and islands offer visitors long sandy beaches, and more private coves.

Read on to learn more about the best sights to see and things to do in Tuscany to truly immerse yourself in the region's beautiful sights and cultural landmarks on your next vacation.

Best Wineries in Tuscany: A Complete Guide

Tuscany is one of the most important wine regions in Italy, and its wines are sought-after by wine lovers all over the world. As a popular destination for wine tourism, there is a great range of charming villas in Tuscany to rent, perfect for those looking to immerse themselves in the region's rich wine culture.

Boasting a diverse range of grape varieties — including Sangiovese, Trebbiano, and Malvasia — Tuscany produced over 2,439 hectolitres of wine in 2022, securing its rank as Italy's sixth-largest wine-producing region. The region offers a diverse array of internationally recognised and indigenous wine labels, each unique in style. Their distinctive flavours and aromas are the fruit of an ideal blend of climate, soil, and tradition.

In this article, we take you through the best wineries to visit in Tuscany. We delve into the distinct characteristics of Tuscan wine and provide a taste of what to anticipate when touring these wineries.

Our selection of the finest wineries in each region is based on several factors: Google ratings, the quality of the wine, the scenic beauty of the settings, and the availability of tours and tastings. We're confident these wineries will provide an unrivalled experience for wine enthusiasts visiting Tuscany.

Hot Springs in Tuscany: The Best Thermal Spas and Baths

Imagine relaxing into one of the natural hot springs in Tuscany, surrounded by breathtaking Italian scenery.

The benefits of these thermal waters go far beyond the pleasure of a warm dip. With proven anti-inflammatory properties, they're great for those with respiratory disorders. They counteract skin hyperactivity, soothe vascular diseases, and provide relief for arthritis. A bath in these Tuscan hot springs could strengthen your immune system, purify your breath, and even provide antibacterial and disinfectant advantages. It's a magical potion brewed by nature itself.

There are a range of options available for you once you’re ready to rejuvenate your body and mind – whether you’re looking to enjoy your experience outdoors under the Tuscan sky or visit one of the beautifully restored spas that speak to the region's rich historical charm.

We invite you on a journey through Tuscany's most enchanting hot springs. Handpicked from countless choices, we’ve curated a list of the best thermal spas and baths for you. Are you ready to dip into this rejuvenating journey?

And remember, our team at Salogi is just an email away, ready to help plan your adventure and organise your perfect Tuscany Villa to rent.

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Tuscany Villa Holiday Guide

Tuscany is a popular holiday destination, famous for its picturesque scenery, cultural heritage, world-famous vineyards, and delicious cuisine. Discover the rich array of beautiful regions that Tuscany has to offer, from rolling hills to medieval towns; there is a region to suit everyone.

Where to stay in Tuscany

Salogi Villas offer a wide range of villas in Tuscany and beyond, all complete with private swimming pools to suit every budget and taste. From charming countryside villas to scenic coastal and lakeside destinations, our properties offer the perfect base for your holiday in Tuscany. Each villa is fully equipped with modern amenities, including air conditioning, and we have villas to suit every type of holiday, including villas for large groups, family-friendly holiday villas, and dog-friendly holiday villas.

Top destination in Tuscany

Tuscany is home to some of Italy's most beautiful and historic regions, including Chianti, Florence, Lucca, Maremma, Pisa, and Siena. From the scenic rolling hills in the countryside of Lucca to the bustling city atmosphere in the cultural hub of Florence, the home of the Renaissance, at Salogi Villas, we have properties located in many popular destinations to suit all types of holidays so that you can explore Tuscany at your own pace and taste. Find out more about popular Tuscan destinations in our travel guides:
Chianti Travel Guide | Florence Travel Guide | Lucca Travel Guide | Maremma Travel Guide | Pisa Travel Guide | Siena Travel Guide

Must-see cultural sites and landmarks in Tuscany

Many historical and cultural sites and landmarks can’t be missed during a visit to Tuscany, which is full of history, art, and architecture. The Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and the ancient history of Siena are just a few must-see attractions during your visit to Tuscany.

Best food and wine experiences in Tuscany

The outstanding Tuscan cuisine and wine are well-known around the world. At Salogi Villas, we can recommend the best food and wine that Tuscany has to offer from a local expert’s perspective. From wine-tasting tours in Lucca to the best vineyards to visit in Chianti, as recommended by the experts at Salogi, we will fully help you immerse yourself in the local cuisine.

Outdoor activities and adventures in Tuscany

is the perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors, with its stunning landscapes and miles of countryside to discover. There are plenty of outdoor activities to try during your holiday to Tuscany, whether you want to enjoy biking or hiking or relax and take in the sights from the comfort of a hot air balloon. Our experts have put together a range of guides, including the best cycle routes in Lucca to help you plan your trip.

Best time to visit Tuscany

Tuscany is the perfect year-round travel destination. During the months of Spring and Autumn, you can explore the countryside and cities in a cooler climate. Summer brings exciting energy as both locals and tourists enjoy the beauty of Tuscany, whilst Winter is perfect for absorbing the culture during the quieter and more relaxed season.
The best time to visit Tuscany is during Spring and Autumn when the weather is milder, and travel numbers aren’t at their peak, although you can enjoy the delights of Tuscany throughout the year.

Getting to Tuscany

Travelling to Tuscany is easy. Pisa and Rome’s airports are within easy reach of our villas, and flights operate from major airports in Europe and worldwide. We can help prepare for when you land in Italy, by providing or recommending a range of travel options, from rental cars to private transfers, to ensure you arrive at your villa and travel around easily during your stay.

Book your Tuscany holiday today

With its world-famous wine, delicious food, and stunning scenery, Tuscany is the perfect destination for your next trip. Based in Lucca, Tuscany, Salogi Villas has been the leading specialist in high-quality villa rentals in Tuscany since 1984. Our Salogi experts offer hands-on support before and during any stay, aiming to give our clients the finest insider tips and helping to create unique travel experiences.
Book your next holiday to Tuscany with Salogi today; we look forward to assisting you in finding the perfect Italian villa for your dream trip to Tuscany.

This Month Highlights

Camporempoli

  Tuscany, Chianti, Lucarelli

  •   9+1
  •   6
  •   5

La Corte Di Campalli

  Tuscany, Chianti, San Leonino

  •   12
  •   6
  •   5

Lavacchio 18

  Tuscany, Siena, Montalcino

  •   18
  •   9
  •   8

Chiodo

  Tuscany, Lucca, Vorno

  •   10
  •   5
  •   5

Il Grappolo

  Tuscany, Lucca, Colle Di Compito

  •   9
  •   5
  •   4

Le Porciglia 12

  Tuscany, Siena, Colle Di Val D'elsa

  •   12+2
  •   6
  •   5

Villa Igea 13

  Tuscany, Lucca, Querce

  •   13
  •   7
  •   7

Macennere

  Tuscany, Lucca, Santo Stefano

  •   10
  •   5
  •   4

San Sigismondo

  Tuscany, Siena, Montalcino

  •   11+1
  •   6
  •   6

Il Vignale

  Tuscany, Lucca, Mutigliano

  •   6
  •   3
  •   4

La Campanina

  Tuscany, Maremma, Saturnia

  •   4+2
  •   3
  •   3

Pozza Di Volpaia

  Tuscany, Chianti, Volpaia

  •   11
  •   6
  •   5