Province: LivornoLiving space: 800 sqmBedrooms: 6ID: VI_LI_137_PiombinoUpon request
The luxury villa, rich in history, is now a private property offering a wonderful view of the sea, with glimpses of the island of Elba, Corsica and part of the Tuscan archipelago and is characterized by long terraces, surronded by the ancient and low wall (cm 80), along the front of the house used for dining outdoors and admiring the spectacular sunset over the sea.
The very interesting price!!!
Province: GrossetoLiving space: 470 sqmID: V_GR_143_PortoErcoleUpon request
The property also includes an ancient tower of the 16th century.
Province: GrossetoLiving space: 70 sqmBedrooms: 2ID: Ap_Gr_119_Topi315 000Old price 350 000
2 new apartments in the greenfield area (the last available) in a four-apartment building within walking distance from the sea, 50 meters from home to the beach.A beautiful view of the harbour and the gulf of Follonica. An excellent purchase for lovers of the sea and Tuscan countryside!
Sailing Race (Regate di Barca a Vela)
Italian championship on Sailing in Punta Ala.
Where: Punta Ala, Grosseto (Punta Ala, Gr)
Trout Holiday (Sаgrа della trоtа)
This holiday combines the useful with the pleasing
Competition in fishing the trout, followed by cooking the catch!!!
Competition winner will be awarded the prize "Golden trout"
Where: Loro Ciuffenna, Arezzo (Socorro Beach Ciuffennа , AR)
International festival of ceramics (Festa internazionale della ceramica)
Ceramic art, the origin of which goes back to the beginning of 15th century is an important part of the history of Montelupo Fiorentino which was famous for manufacture of majolica (a type of ceramics made of burnt clay with use of painted glaze) for noble Florentine families. All 9 days you can enjoy the art of potters and artists and observe a variety of pottery for all tastes. Within the framework of the festival the inauguration of the Museum of Modern Art and the Exposition of Nanni Valentini works, presented by 30 works of the artist (pictures, sculptures, the pottery of fifties-eighties of the last century) will take place.
Where: Montelupo Fiorentino, Florence (Montelupo Fiorentino, Fi)
Europlà International Festival (Festival internazionale Europlà)
International Festival of comedy, puppet and street performances. You will enjoy an unforgettable evening show with the participation of Italian and foreign artists. Free entrance.
Where: San Giovanni Valdarno, Arezzo (San Giovanni Valdarno, AR)
Fish Festival (Sagra del pesce)
This Festival is for all fish lovers and connoisseurs of fish dishes that abound in Italy
Where: Ceretto Guidi, Florence (Campo di Tamburello in località Bassa, Ceretto Guidi, FI)
Hunger and Thirst Holiday (Festa della fame e della sete)
This gastronomic event held in the historic centre of the city with a varied musical background will help you quench the hunger and thirst. Here you can learn about, taste and buy the typical gastronomic specialities of Lunigiana.
Where: Filattiera, Massa Carrara (MS, Filattiera)
Antiques Fair (Mostra mercato dell'antiquariato e dell'usato)
We invite all lovers of antiques and collectibles to visit the exhibition and sale of Antiquities.
Where: Republic square, Londa, Florence (Piazza della Repubblica, Londa, Fi)
Medieval Festival in Meleto Castle (Festa medievale al Castello di Meleto)
Jugglers and Jesters, artisans and standard-bearers are the main heroes in the halls of the old Castle of year 1256, located on a high Hill in the heart of Chianti, not far from Siena. Tasting of the best wines and traditional dishes of Chianti.
Where: Gaiole in Chianti, Siena (Gaiole in Chianti, SI)
Reopening of Dante Alighieri's House Museum (museo del Riapertura casa di Dante Alighieri)
Dante is back home! Dante Alighieri's House-Museum finally openes after three long years of furniture restoration and reconstruction of the original documents after the fire.
Where: Florence (Firenze)
Being the proud owners of a beautifully renovated property in one of the most attractive countries in Europe – Italy –is everyone’s dream. Santini Gruppo Immobiliare, real estate agency with 50 years of experience, strategically located in Follonica, southern Tuscany, specializes in luxury real estate sales and renting in Tuscany, in Chianti and Maremma Toscana in particular. Our staff will provide you a personal professional support in your native language at any step of the property purchasing or holiday renting in Italy.
On our web-site you can find all the principal information you might need at any step of choosing or purchasing your Italian residence. «Buy» and «Rent» sections provide you the actual property offers in Tuscany and not only. Section «Services» specifies auxiliary service package performed by the agency. We advise you not to skip the section «Important to know» where we publish the legal notes regarding property purchase due to Italian law. Also you could be interested in approximate figures of upkeep cost in Italy.
Who hasn’t wished to own a nice property by the sea, or up in the hills with a breathtaking view, surrounded by blossoming trees, and caressed by a gentle breeze? Like no other place, Tuscany, Italy, matches all criteria for a residence bargain.
Our staff will help you find the best suitable option for you – a luxury apartment, an exclusive villa with a private beach, country house with Chianti or Montalcino DOC winery or an hospitality properties to invest in – from inland farmhouses (agritourism) to high class hotels in Florence, Siena or Rome. All you need to do is letting us know your preferences and requirements for your future residence, and our brokers will get to work to find what you want and guide you.
For centuries Italy has been famous for its resorts, beautiful warm seas, fine culture, very interesting traditions and a stable economy (despite all the financial troubles around the globe, Italian banks have shown to be among the safest and most reliable).
Its mild climate attracts people from all over the world, the Alps and Appennine mountains forming a natural barrier against winter northerly and easterly winds, whilst the Mediterranean sea maintains coastline temperatures to very pleasant levels during colder months.
Amazing recreation structures and natural settings make Italy one of the world’s leaders in sea and mountain resorts leisure travel, when with its several climate zones, perfect ski-resorts and exits to 5 different seas buying a property in Italy could become a good business investment, too.
Tuscany - always popular among buyers- is not only famous for its historical cities and beautiful beaches, or countryside landscapes, but also for its glorious vineyards, olive groves and as a consequence for its famous wines (Chianti, Brunello, Momtecucco, Morellino, to name but a few) and olive oil, without mentioning the local culinary traditions, which are something special ( from purely vegetarian to Fiorentina steaks and wild boar dishes), the Mediterranean diet remains one of the best to keep in good shape and healthy while enjoying the best life can offer.
Whether you are looking for a castle, a villa, an apartment in Italy or you are looking to set up business as an Agritourism – very popular in Tuscany – check us out at Santini Gruppo Immobiliare, and whatever your budget our staff will be happy to start looking for you.
So, buying your new residence in Tuscany will not only get you a new property, but great outdoors, beautiful nature, tranquillity and harmony, with the possibility of improving your general health while imbedding yourself in a land so rich in traditions and culture. Tuscany is also very attractive from an investment point of view, with real estate market prices generally increasing on average by 12-15% annually, when letting a well located property can produce revenue, too, with rent prices being very high during high season.
Florence, the capital of Tuscany- and, briefly in the past, former capital of the Italian Republic - is of course in great demand, but real estate here is among the most expensive in Italy, being Florence the basin of the Renaissance and a walking museum in itself; this alone, combined with a shortage of objects for sale, makes the option of buying outside of Florence, or of any other major Tuscan city, a very viable solution.
Another main Tuscan city Siena, probably Italy's loveliest medieval city, world-known for its famous Palio, a festival and horse race that takes place on the piazza del Campo two times each summer.
Many buyers also opt for the Tuscan countryside or coastal towns and villages, from where it is possible to visit the main cities with just a short trip.
For example, if you bought a property in the tranquil and charming Grosseto, you’d be about 15 minutes by car from the beach to enjoy your summer, and about 60 minutes from the nearest ski-resort ( mount Amiata ) to enjoy your winter season.
Apart from the most obvious trends like buying in or around Florence, Pisa and Siena in the proximity of the Chianti region, or next to the Arno river, Maremma is now gradually getting discovered as probably the most attractive area for buyers in Tuscany under all aspects. Grosseto is the capital of Maremma, a flat strip of land along the southern coastal corner of the Tuscan region, backed by gentle hills which are peppered with delightful villages such as Scansano ( the Morellino DOC wine is produced here), all generally ancient castles once owned by war lords that centuries ago -Scansano dates back to the XIII century .- were engaged in waging war against each other on a very regular basis. The whole of Maremma is a treasure which will not fail to enchant who will simply poke an interested eye into what this relatively little known portion of Tuscany has to offer. On the coast, check Monte Argentario, Porto Santo Stefano, Porto Ercole, Orbetello, Talamone, Alberese and its natural park full of wild life and famous for its cow-boys (butteri) – William Cody, better known as Buffalo Bill, visited Grosseto in the 19 century, and his cow-boys were beaten in a local rodeo by the Maremman Butteri-not forgetting Marina di Grosseto, Castiglione della Pescaia, Punta Ala, Follonica, without mentioning the countless hidden bays , and sandy beaches, that you will discover, and of course the islands of Giglio, Giannutri and Montecristo, with Elba island also extremely near.
Santini Gruppo Immobiliare will guide you through this journey of discovery, with its range of properties for sale or rent. Buying in Tuscany and in Maremma in particular will be your best choice, for a quality of environment and objects that have nothing to envy in relation to more expensive or better known areas of Italy. So, think again and think Tuscany, and in Tuscany, think Maremma, where you can be near to everything, and still enjoy the unspoiled nature that here is on offer to you.
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