Montemaggiore Wine & CountryHouses

Montemaggiore Tuscany

Where would your  dream home be? High on the Siena and Arezzo hills perhaps, an elegant palazzo overlooking silvery olive groves and lush vineyards. Or maybe something more spectacular; a mansion , the kind of place a Bond villain would make his lair or Pope would lay down. The greatness of a villa holiday in Montemaggiore is that  it can make any, or all, of these come true.

Peace, seclusion and gorgeous views characterise this 3 stone built mansions; Palazzuolo Vecchio, Montemaggiore and Casanova that have been carefully restored on the 2,000 hectares of land in the heart of Tuscany. The resort is located in Capraie (Arezzo), 4 KM from the village of Palazzuolo, 20 minutes by car from Arezzo and Siena and less than an hour from Florence and Perugia.

Rooms have a classic country feel, with solid wooden  furniture in the typical Tuscan style. Outside, views across olive groves, pine forests and vineyards with good-sized pools, tennis courts and charming green pergola all offer stylish outdoor living at each villa in the resort.

The hotel is renowned for its relaxing spa, excellent range of dining attractions, and not forgetting the resort’s impeccable service and warm hospitality.

Thanks to resort activities like trekking in the woods, sunbathing around the swimming pool, biking, horse-riding, spa treatments, golf or visiting the many tourist destinations which can be easily reached a great time guaranteed. Upon request, they even organize wine-tasting and wine-making courses for you.

For a short escape, just a short trip along the Tuscany, Montemaggiore is hard to beat. Whether you are looking for a family holiday, a relaxing spa break or a romantic escape; it is an irresistible place to explore. You won’t be disappointed!

Montemaggiore Wine & CountryHouses

Loc. Palazzuolo – Monte San Savino (Arezzo)

How to get there:

Train from Rome to Arezzo

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