The Genuine Landscape of Tuscany
The independent vacation rental Villa Laura is located in the virtually uncontaminated Casentino Valley. This area, located less than 50 km southeast of Florence is a green paradise highlighting the natural beauty of the Arno river, the Apennine mountains, national parks, hermitages, castles and well preserved small Tuscany towns.
Villa Laura, a typical Tuscan home, is located halfway between Arezzo, often referred to as an open air museum, and Florence, the renowned Cradle of the Renaissance. The position in the valley, where the Arno river begins its long journey to Florence, is filled with a history rich in castles, pieves, and small towns.
What is close-by Villa Laura in Casentino?
Ponte a Poppi is less than 2 km from the villa on a paved road that is easy to navigate. You can walk to town for restaurants, banks, shopping, cafes, and pastry shops. This villa lends itself to families & groups travelling with limited personal transport because there is daily public transport to Florence (bus) and Arezzo (train).
- Casentino National Park
- Camaldoli Hermitage
- La Verna
- Stia adventure park
- Poppi zoo
Arezzo, only 40 km to the south. A town which covers everything that is Tuscan; it features Etruscan ruins, a Roman amphitheater, quality art and history museum, a gothic Duomo, wine & olive oil produciton and many impressive architectural structures ranging from medieval tower homes to neo-gothic palazzos.
Florence less than 50 km to the northeast,and probably needs no introduction! This enchanting city is where you will find renowned art museums, fabulous architecture, and a cultural scene that will satisfy everyone’s curiosity.
Contact Flora & Luca directly to learn more about renting this independent vacation villa for your holidays in Tuscany.