Luxury villas for rent in Tuscany

Accommodations in Casentino

Accommodations in Casentino area. Selected hotels and farmhouse for your accommodations in Casentino area.


    • Bagno a Ripoli (Florence)
    • 23 km from Casentino

    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


    • Greve in Chianti (Florence)
    • 37 km from Casentino

    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


    • Lucca (Lucca)
    • 104 km from Casentino

    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



Casentino: discover the area

  • Poppi and Poppi Castle Poppi and Poppi Castle
    The Municipal territory of Poppi in the Valdarno Casentinese, extends for 97,03 square kilometres from the ridge of the Tosco-Romagnolo Apennines to the valley bottom crossed by the Arno.
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  • Stia Stia
    The Municipal territory of Stia extends in the Casentino for an area of 62,71 square kilometres at the foot of Monte Falterona, and is crossed by the high course of the Arno.
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  • Casentino Casentino
    Casentino area lies along the Apennine ridge in Toscana and Romagna. Its woods are considered among the largest and the best preserved in Italy.
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  • Sanctuary of la Verna Sanctuary of la Verna
    Sanctuary of la Verna in Tuscany is along the national road which rises from Casentino or from the Tiber Valley.
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  • Subbiano Subbiano
    The history of Subbiano is closely linked with that of the Arno on whose left bank the town developed.
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  • Capolona Capolona
    Capolona, a city of medioeval origin, extends along the foothills of mountain ranges that determine the bend of the Arno in Arezzo
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  • Bibbiena Bibbiena
    Bibbiena was an important Etruscan town then a Medieval castle whose Torre dei Tarlati and the Porta dei Fabbri still exist.
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