Almar Capalbio Villa | Tuscany
“The Capalbio Luxury Villa is a stunning modern property situated close to Capalbio surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. It offers fantastic views of Tuscan country and coastline, and comes equipped with a stylish pool and chic interiors.”
Our Capalbio Luxury Villa can host a total of eleven people. The carefully decorated bedrooms all have modern en suite bathrooms. The property offers two double bedrooms and one single bedroom located on the ground floor. You can find two further double bedrooms upstairs, as well as a final bedroom containing twin beds with a large terrace overlooking the sea. The villa’s bright, open plan living area creates pleasant, relaxing space. The open yet modern fireplace warms the room. The natural light and chic decor make this space particularly inviting, while contemporary paintings infuse each room with their own unique style. The kitchen has a modern design and in addition comes fully equipped with high-quality utensils. The dining room has a large oval shaped table with enough seating for the whole family.
This luxury villa consists of a modern design property which retains pretty original features such as its Italian-style roofing. In addition to this, Tuscan vineyards, olive groves, and forests surround its lush green lawns. Fragrant lemon trees add to the natural charm of its garden. Moreover, vines climb the cream colored columns of the villa’s stylish outdoor seating and dining area, which has enough seats for all guests. A stone terrace borders the pool, which you will find just a few steps away. Sun beds and a shady pergola line the poolside.
You will find the Capalbio Luxury Villa tucked away among the picturesque rolling green hills of southern Tuscany. Only a 10 minute drive from beautiful Mediterranean beaches, our Capalbio Luxury Villa is conveniently located for both sunny days by the sea and trips to scenic medieval towns. At only a 4 mile drive down meandering Tuscan country roads, you will also find the charming village of Capalbio. What’s more, the quaint medieval castle town, donated to the church by Charlemagne in 806 AD, is celebrated for its striking architecture and breathtaking views.