From hilltop Borgos to lakeside palazzos, Italy is famous for its grand historical resonances in architecture. Walk the halls inhabited by important figures of the past.
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Like a soprano collects operatic masterpieces in their repertoire, we collect the most exciting and impressive villas in our varied selection of properties. Located all around the Italian peninsula and the Alps, our own repertoire caters to all tastes, be it island life, ski-slope vacations or lake-side retreats.
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Discover The Most Dizzying Coast In The World
Privileged destination of tourists from around the world, regarded by Unesco as an outstanding example of a Mediterranean landscape, the Amalfi Coast is properly nicknamed “the Divine”. This unique coastline has the typical characteristics of a cultural landscape. Dramatic mountains that plunge into a sea and colorful fishing villages perched o (...)
The Most Magnetic Of The Aeolian Islands
Wild, difficult to reach, far from the tourist flow that populates all other Aeolian Islands (except Alicudi), Filicudi is a secret hideaway known to few. It is not an island for everyone, but those who love it love it passionately. Its unspoiled nature, the mule tracks scented of capers, the dolphins and sea turtles, the warm and clear waters, the (...)
The Peninsula Surrounded by the Mediterranean
A Tuscany island connected to the mainland by two long sandy beaches and a road: the extraordinary geography of Monte Argentario will bewitch you at first glance. This is a perfect destination for nature enthusiasts and lovers of the sea. The coast of the peninsula is very diverse: long sandy beaches, small pebble coves, picturesque headlands overl (...)
The Most Beautiful Work Of Architecture Ever Seen
The famous architect Le Corbusier called the Dolomites “the most beautiful work of architecture ever seen”. UNESCO has included these mountains among the World Heritage sites because they feature “some of the most beautiful mountain landscapes anywhere, with vertical walls, sheer cliffs and a high density of narrow, deep and long valleys… S (...)
From The Etruscan To The Romans, The Roots Of Italy
Even before the birth of the city of Rome, this countryside located in central Italy along the Tiber River was called Latium. The history of this region is intertwined with the destinies of the Roman Empire, the Catholic Church and the Italian Republic. The Lazio countryside boasts an extraordinary artistic and archaeological heritage, delicious me (...)
Sea, Mountains & Hills Off The Beaten Track
The southernmost part of Tuscany, Maremma Toscana, offers two unparalleled advantages: it has an extraordinarily varied landscape and is a destination off the beaten track. Here you can discover an unspoilt countryside, amazing natural parks, wild sandy beaches, unique hot springs and even snowy mountains where you can ski in winter. Beautiful natu (...)
A Paradise For Beach Lovers
Puglia is the heel to Italy’s boot, the most Eastern region of the country. The legend says that Aeneas, Italy’s mythological founder, landed on these shores. Puglia is also the Italian region with the largest coastal development (800 km of coastline, mostly sandy). Its amazing beaches lapped by unbelievable lapis-lazuli waters are world famous (...)
The Most Beautiful Countryside In The World
The sound of cicadas in the hot Tuscan afternoons, the cypress trees that snake along the country lanes, sweets horizons of vineyards and charming medieval villages. For scenic beauty and artistic richness, the Sienese countryside is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful spots in the world. Six outstanding valleys compose the province of Siena: Chi (...)