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Salogi Villas & Farmhouses

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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Welcome to Our New Villas for 2023

At Salogi Villas, we aim to offer you the best range of handpicked villas in Italy. We are always on the lookout for new properties that meet all our standards and high selection criteria. As a result, we’re pleased to announce a fantastic selection of new properties available for you to enjoy in 2023.

Whether you’re looking for a large villa to rent in Italy or a beachside villa - we have you covered.

You can see our selection of newly listed properties below, but please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you’d like any more information.

Cycling in Lucca - The Best Routes to Ride in and Around Lucca

Cycling in Lucca, as in most of Tuscany, is a tradition and a popular way for locals to commute around the city. Almost everyone has a bike to move around town or to travel to nearby areas. So, if you are looking for things to do in Lucca, we highly recommend exploring the cycling paths and surrounding areas by bike.

From biking on Lucca’s Walls to climbing the Tuscan hills, there is a perfect ride for everyone, whether you are a beginner or a more experienced cyclist looking for an adventurous ride. In this article, you will find all the information you need to start planning your route.

Events In Lucca – The Best Cultural Activities, Traditions, Celebrations and Festivals

From traditional and religious-related celebrations, to music festivals and comics fairs, Lucca has lots of events to offer throughout the year. Every season has its peculiarity, and if you are thinking about visiting Lucca, it is worth knowing if something interesting is happening while there.

Where To Eat In Lucca - Our Top Picks

Lucca, like every other Italian city, has its local traditions when it comes to food. Typically Tuscan cuisine is simple and easy to prepare, you’ll find lots of dishes are soups made of cheaper local ingredients such as cavolo nero (black kale) and fagioli all’occhio (a local variety of beans).
On the other hand, Lucca is well-known today for its fine dining and elegant restaurants that reinterpret tradition, offering a contemporary experience.

In this guide, we've put together a range of options Lucca has for your visit, from traditional eats to fine dining – these are culinary experiences that we highly recommend.

Shopping In Lucca: Everything You Need To Know

Lucca in Italy is known for its premium quality shops, and luckily it is still possible to find several authentic businesses, even though more prominent brands are constantly increasing their footprint.

The main shopping street in Lucca, Via Fillungo, runs through the heart of the city. This ancient street  is the place to go if you want window shopping, but, as you will soon realise, there are small shops worth checking out on every corner of the city. Of course, the best way to discover them is to wander around and let your instinct guide you. To help point you in the right direction, Via Chiasso Barletti, Via Santa Croce, Via Santa Lucia or Via Buia are good places to start.
If you are anything like us, you’ll want to plan your trip to Lucca in advance. To help you find the best clothes, delicacies and bargains, our Italian experts have put together a comprehensive guide to shopping in Lucca.

Keep reading to discover how you can make the most of your trip, and don’t forget to check out our range of handpicked villas to rent in Lucca, Italy.

Top 10 Places To Visit In Lucca City Center

The best way to enjoy Lucca is by far walking and enjoying this open-skies museum. Entering the city center by the great archways of the walls that delimitate the city center still feels like entering a castle or going back into time. The old town is mostly pedestrian or restricted to residents only.

The longest diameter between the old walls is barely a mile and it is easy to see a great deal in a day merely by meandering along the gray flagstone streets. Some love just wandering around discovering secret corners, getting lost, having a drink sitting outdoors in a café.

But Lucca is also an archiepiscopal city, and it's known as "the city of 100 churches”. Of course we couldn’t help but put a few in our recommendations.

Your Essential Travel Guide To Lucca

With a unique combination of varied landscapes, culinary itineraries and a rich cultural and historic heritage, Lucca can offer an authentic and unforgettable experience like few other towns of its kind.
Lucca is known for some of Italy’s finest medieval and Renaissance architecture and, above all, is known for its grand 16th-century walls that protect the whole city.

With so much to do in and around the city, make sure you keep reading to discover everything that Lucca has to offer.

Introduction to Maremma

Maremma is the wildest area of Tuscany. Etruscan and mediaeval villages, vineyards and woods, sandy beaches and blue sea characterise this region. There are many beautiful things to see and to do. One of the best ways to discover this part of Tuscany is village-hopping, as Maremma is full of charisma and authenticity, begging to be explored. If you are a nature lover, there are several natural attractions such as Mount Amiata or the renowned Saturnia spa. Moreover, Maremma also offers an extensive list of beaches for sea lovers.

There is something for everyone. Maremma also offers many events, children's attractions, great restaurants for food lovers and sports activities…

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