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Tuscany & Umbria

Tuscany is picture postcard Italy, where poppy and sunflower fields drift between hilly vineyards, Umbria is a central region and a great place to unwind.

This area is just as famous for its cuisine as for its art. Food lovers will relish the opportunity to taste some genuine Tuscan flavours accompanied by some of the best known Italian wines such as Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino. Tuscany, and its lesser-known neighbour Umbria, are large regions with higher hills to the north, softer landscapes to the south and, as the cradle of the Renaissance, many towns and cities such as Siena and Perugia, housing numerous art treasures. Tuscany has a glorious coastline with wide sandy beaches and shallow waters. Read more... about the hotels we offer in the Tuscan coast of Viareggio and Forte dei Marmi. If you are looking for real peace and quiet then the Island of Elba is perfect.

  • from£509pp
Montecatini

This beautiful region is very varied with the Tuscan Apennine mountains in the north, wide open valleys and then rolling hills to the south of Florence covered in vineyards and olive groves

  • from£490pp
Siena and Chianti

The hilly landscapes of this part of Tuscany enclose a universe awaiting to be discovered. Medieval villages, treasures of the Renaissance and Gothic churches are tangible remains of Tuscany’s glorious past

  • from£400pp
Tuscany

A swimming pool with a view of the peaceful Tuscan landscape sums up the blissful appeal of a self catering holiday in Tuscany.

  • from£526pp
Tuscan Coast

Tuscany has a beautiful and varied stretch of coast, known as Versilia, that offers the perfect place for relaxation after sightseeing in the art towns of the interior.

  • from£530pp
Spello, Umbria

Known as the ‘green heart of Italy’, Umbria, like its neighbour Tuscany, is renowned for its beautiful countryside

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