A tastefully appointed and efficient seaside cottage with a sunny veranda/kitchen facing onto a wide terrace overlooking the sea, perfect for enjoying a meal, reading and sunbathing. With the sea only a few metres away, you’ll be taking in the salt air all day and night. Choose a quiet little inlet for yourself and listen to the roar of the waves and the babbling gulls, then dive into the clear deep azure with mask and snorkel to explore the colourful array of marine life.
A cosy nest in the fresh bush, and a spectacular view of the sea. We are in the heart of the island of Giannutri, the island they call ‘ritrosa’ (reluctant and shy), the wild pearl of the Tuscan Archipelago.
Far from all the noise and summer crowds, here you can only breathe in the sky, the sea and the forest; you follow the flight of swallows and peregrine falcons, you get drunk on the colours of flowers, foliage and butterflies, and by day and night you listen to the song of the leaves.
An enchanting apartment in a 1950s villa with a terrace that offers a breath-taking azure view of the Tuscan archipelago. Finely furnished, with floors in terracotta and hand-painted tiles, it is immersed in a large and fragrant Mediterranean garden of centuries-old olive trees, elms and pines that provide shade and delicious respite from the summer sun.
Every window offers a view of unmatched beauty.
This lovely cottage on Monte Argentario on the Tuscan coast, is set in the heart of a garden shaded by a centuries-old olive grove and numerous other varieties of Mediterranean vegetation. The breath-taking view scans an azure sea dotted with the many islands of the Tuscan archipelago: Elba, Giglio, Montecristo and, on a clear windswept day, even Corsica.
By day, enjoy fresh sea breezes and shade, and every evening a different and spectacular sunset.