Tagged: Tuscany

The 5 Best Wineries in Tuscany to Find Chianti

Some of the best Tuscany Vineyards can be found in the Chianti region, an area acclaimed for its dry red wine Just hearing the word “Tuscany” is enough to invoke visions of the glorious countryside,...

Touring Villas in Tuscany

Touring Villas in Tuscany by Barbara B with Suzanne G After a sparkling week in Positano and the Amalfi coast, I arrived in Rome on an Italy high, having feasted on Fruti de Mare and...

Father and daughter kayaking on Caribbean family vacation

Best Caribbean Islands if You Are Traveling with Kids

Traveling with kids to the Caribbean Islands can be pure joy: swimming together, cooking together, playing games in the sun or by sundown… and staying in a villa can make that experience pretty simple. Whether you’re traveling...

Oh, the lemons of Capri….

Oh, the lemons of Capri… by Jean D The anticipation of my arrival in Italy was indescribable. I don’t know what I looked forward to most, visiting villas, tasting the cuisine, or just submersing myself into the Italian...

April 2011 Villa of the Month: La Sassaia in Tuscany

Across the rolling hills and sprawling vineyards of Tuscany, the stunning Villa La Sassaia is situated amongst gorgeous gardens. Beautifully designed, this architectural work of art is a pretty as a dream, and breathtaking views...

Eat. Golf. Love. In Tuscany this Summer…

Your senses will come to life the moment you enter the Tuscan hillsides. The rich earthy scent of olive groves and vineyards greets you as the natural beauty of Italy spreads out before you. The...

Springtime Travels in Enchanting Tuscany

Amongst the memories of delicious meals, awe-striking art, beautiful hillsides, and idyllic beaches, one question lingers in the minds of every person who’s ever traveled to Tuscany- “when can we return?” Glenn and Anne-Marie traveled...

The Perfect Tuscan Villa for Family Reunions

Everyone gathers in the kitchen as the owner and culinary expert of Villa La Sassia presents a step by step lesson on preparing a traditional Tuscan dinner. The exquisitely simple combination of fresh ingredients including...

The Trip of Wine and Roses: Tuscany

There is something about Tuscany that just makes visitors fall in love. Maybe it’s the charming terra-cotta homes, the warm smell of garlic and fresh baked bread that wafts through the open doors of each...

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