Luxury villas for rent in Tuscany

Accommodations Rapolano Terme

Accommodations in Rapolano Terme with selected charming farmhouses and hotels for your stay in Rapolano Terme, Siena.


    • Greve in Chianti (Florence)
    • 36 km from Rapolano Terme

    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)
    • 43 km from Rapolano Terme

    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


    • Castiglione della Pescaia (Grosseto)
    • 85 km from Rapolano Terme

    Villa Roccamare Castiglione della Pescaia 12 beds

    Beautiful and characteristic villa with stone finishes located in the exclusive Roccamare area in Castiglione della Pescaia.

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    • Why to chose it:

      • 6 Bedrooms
      • 12 Beds



Rapolano Terme: discover the surroundings

  • Rapolano Terme Rapolano Terme
    In the Middle Ages the territory of Rapolano Terme was part of the properties of the Counts of the Scialenga who dominated over the main castle of the area.
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  • Asciano Asciano (7 km)
    The city of Asciano is on high ground in the upper Ombrone valley, on the old Via Lauretana.
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  • Monte Oliveto Maggiore abbey Monte Oliveto Maggiore abbey (7 km)
    Monte Oliveto Maggiore is a Congregation, found in a marvellous spot just south of Siena, in what is characteristic of this countryside, the crete senesi.
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  • Crete Senesi Crete Senesi (7 km)
    The territory of Crete Senesi contains all of those things which we have come to associate with Tuscany
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  • Castelnuovo Berardenga Castelnuovo Berardenga (10 km)
    The municipal territory of Castelnuovo Berardenga extends for 177,03 square kilometres between the plain and the hills of the high valley of the river Ombrone.
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  • Chianti Sculpture park Chianti Sculpture park (10 km)
    Inside the Chianti sculpture park an Amphitheatre/sculpture has been created to offer visitors a rich programme of concerts and cultural events.
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  • The Valley of the Chiana The Valley of the Chiana (11 km)
    The Valley of the Chiana is the most vast of the Apennine valleys occupying more than 500 square kilometres of immaculately tended cultivation appearing as a garden from Cortona.
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  • Monte San Savino Monte San Savino (11 km)
    Monte San Savino is the birthplace of the great Renaissance sculptor Andrea Contucci called Il Sansovino and of Pope Julius III.
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  • Lucignano Lucignano (12 km)
    Lucignano is one of the most interesting centres in Tuscany because of its original castle on an elliptical plan, closed in by a wall with towers.
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  • Trequanda Trequanda (12 km)
    The medieval village of Trequanda, crowned by the remnants of the ancient Cacciaconti castle, stands a hill 462 meters high sited between the Val di Chiana and the Val d' Asso.
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  • San Giovanni d'Asso San Giovanni d'Asso (15 km)
    San Giovanni d'Asso is located from the hill dominating the valley of the Asso torrent the Crete and offer a magic and atmospheres of a pure and perfumed land.
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  • Monteroni d'Arbia Monteroni d'Arbia (16 km)
    Monteroni today still expresses the vitality of this land, thanks to considerable craft production and the traditional market.
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  • Foiano della Chiana Foiano della Chiana (18 km)
    Evidence of Etruscan settlements of the VI-IV centuries BC testify to the ancient origins of Foiano and the nearby town of Pozzo della Chiana.
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  • The Sentiero della Bonifica The Sentiero della Bonifica (18 km)
    Sentiero della Bonifica cycle and pedestrian path which joins Arezzo to Chiusi is about 62 km along Valdichiana equipped for those who wish to travel slowly, either by bike or on foot.
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  • Torrita di Siena Torrita di Siena (19 km)
    The first historical records referring to Torrita di Siena date back to the 11th century when the name appears in an Amiata legal code of the year 1037.
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  • Buonconvento Buonconvento (19 km)
    The circuit of strong defense walls, the architectural style of which recalls that of Siena, once enclosed the entire village of Buonconvento like a cocoon around a butterfly.
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