For centuries, visitors to Tuscany have been mesmerised by the sheer beauty of the landscape and the richness of its art and culture. From the mountainous Garfagnana area in the north to the rolling hills dotted with Rennaissance villas in the south, every town has its own rich heritage and unique character.
There is so much to see, do and experience in Tuscany. Whether it is visiting one of the charming towns, exploring ancient villas or shopping 'till you drop at the Prada, Gucci and Armani designer outlets, Tuscany has it all. What's more, it is just a 2-hour flight from the UK.
Luna Rosa's carefully selected properties are either in or near the main centres of Lucca, Pisa, Siena and Florence. One of our special venues in this area is a Tuscan "borgo" - an entire fortified hamlet, complete with its own castle, a 17th-century aristocratic, Florentine villa, and a hilltop fortress with the most incredible views.
Close to Florence, follow in the footsteps of actor Russell Crowe who recently bought a villa in the picture-postcard, hill top town of Loro Ciuffena. With its cobbled streets and a medieval working mill, few locations are as romantic for a wedding or honeymoon.
Exploring south of Florence you will discover a hidden Tuscany where time seems to have stood still. The Chianti region is a landscape of endless rolling hills, vineyards, open meadows and wooded hillsides. The preserved medieval villages and castles in this area provide an unforgettable setting for your Tuscan wedding or honeymoon.
Siena is amongst the most beautiful cities in Italy while the "comune" (town hall), overlooking the historic Piazza del Campo has to be one of the most impressive locations for a wedding.
Be sure to visit the lovely, old towns such as Montepulciano, Pienza and Montalcino where the famous Brunello di Montalcino wine is produced.
Arezzo is an absolute must for art lovers. Famous for its magnificent Piero della Francesca frescoes, it is also the birthplace of Giorgio Vasari, Petrarch and Pietro Aretino. Film lovers, may recall the main piazza in Arezzo as the setting for the academy award-winning "La Vita e Bella" (Life is Beautiful).