Luxury villas for rent in Tuscany

Accommodations Certaldo

Accommodations in Certaldo, Florence. Selected farmhouses and hotels for your stay in Certaldo.


    • Greve in Chianti (Florence)
    • 28 km from Certaldo

    Villa Chianti 7 beds

    Villa Chianti is a private villa for rent in Chianti area with pool and garden that can accommodate up to 7 people.

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    • Why to chose it:

      • 3 Bedrooms
      • 7 Beds
      • Pool


    • Bagno a Ripoli (Florence)
    • 42 km from Certaldo

    Villa Valdarno 12 beds

    Villa Valdarno is a typical Tuscan farmhouse located in a secluded and peaceful area in the heart of the Tuscan countryside, among vineyards and olive groves, and enjoys a privileged panoramic view of the Florentine Valdarno.

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    • Why to chose it:

      • Pool


    • Lucca (Lucca)
    • 56 km from Certaldo

    Historic Villa Lucca 12 beds pool

    Historic villa 14 km from the center of Lucca immersed in the green of the Tuscan vineyards and olive groves, it has a private swimming pool and a large park.

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    • Why to chose it:

      • 6 Bedrooms
      • 12 Beds
      • Pool



Certaldo: discover the surroundings

  • Certaldo Certaldo
    Certaldo is divided between its medieval walled town on a hill and the modern residential and industrial suburb spread out below.
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  • Castelfiorentino Castelfiorentino (9 km)
    Castelfiorentino is situated in an optimous position on the Chianti hills, in the heart of Tuscany.
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  • San Gimignano San Gimignano (9 km)
    San Gimignano rises on a hill (334m high) dominating the Elsa Valley with its towers.
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  • Montaione Montaione (10 km)
    The town of Montaione is in the province of Florence, but it is at an equal distance from all the most important cities in Tuscany.
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  • Monastery of San Vivaldo Monastery of San Vivaldo (10 km)
    The monastery of San Vivaldo is certainly bound up with a succession of the Franciscan's Office leaving here a notable trace.
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  • Barberino Val D'elsa Barberino Val D'elsa (11 km)
    A winding hilly road, once the ancient Via Cassia and now State road n° 2, leads up to the town of Barberino Val d’Elsa, situated high up above the valley.
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  • Montespertoli Montespertoli (11 km)
    Montespertoli in ancient times, the Etruscans inhabited these lands, but Latin place names are mostly reminiscent of the numerous Roman settlements that flourished here.
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  • Poggibonsi Poggibonsi (12 km)
    Poggibonsi rises nearby the confluence of the Staggia torrent in the Elsa river, along the valley dividing the region of the Chianti by the Colline Metallifere.
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  • Staggia castle Staggia castle (12 km)
    The walls of Staggia castle in Poggibonsi join the castle on the northern side and are today almost intact, with the exception of two short interruptions.
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  • Colle Val D'Elsa Colle Val D'Elsa (16 km)
    Colle di Val d'Elsa is located in the heart of Tuscany, in a strategic position, close to the cities of Siena, Florence and Volterra, along the route of the old Via Francigena
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  • Valdelsa Valdelsa (16 km)
    Val d'Elsa is located in the heart of Tuscany, in a strategic position near the cities of Siena, Florence and Volterra.
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  • SentierElsa SentierElsa (16 km)
    The way down is located to the left of the bridge of San Marziale, as one stands with one's back to Colle di Val d'Elsa.
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  • San Casciano Val di Pesa San Casciano Val di Pesa (17 km)
    Situated to the south of Florence, San Casciano is surrounded by the neighbouring Communes of Scandicci and Impruneta.
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  • Montelupo Fiorentino Montelupo Fiorentino (21 km)
    Montelupo Fiorentino, as the name suggests, is situated just a few kilometres from Florence itself.
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  • Montelupo Ceramics Montelupo Ceramics (21 km)
    The production of archaic maiolica in Montelupo dates back to the second half of the 13th century.
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  • San Miniato San Miniato (21 km)
    San Miniato is located along the Via Francigena that connected northern Europe to Rome during the Middle Ages and it was travelled by an uninterrupted flow of men, armies, trade, ideas and culture.
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