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Holiday Homes in Italy's guide to the regions of Tuscany

Beautiful Tuscany is famed for its rolling countryside, spectacular hilltop towns and historic cities bursting with artistic treasures. A favourite amongst food lovers this area is rich in fresh local produce and abundant fine wines.

For lovers of art and history, the beautiful cities of Florence, Pisa and Siena are world-famous must sees. The spectacular hilltop towns of San Gimignano, Cortona and Montepulciano will enchant with their winding lines and spectacular views. Or escape to the coast at the popular fashionable Forte dei Marmi or unspoilt Maremma.

Wherever you choose to stay, Tuscany's idyllic charms are bound to steal your heart. Explore the guides below for a more detailed overview of each town and area or pick up the phone to talk with one of our team of experts.

Our guide on where best to stay in Tuscany

Our guide on what there is to do in Tuscany to make your holiday even more memorable

This magical of Tuscan towns is a true gem, with a unique chilled ambience and a great escape from the regions crowded cities

This lovely quaint historical town is steeped in culture and art with great shopping and eateries in its picturesque old town streets

This bustling and beautiful Tuscan city and one of Europe's greatest cities of art has everything

Beautiful beaches adorn this fashionable town with the breath-taking backdrop of the craggy Apuan Mountains

This enchanting capital of the Maremma region tucked away from the crowds with its pleasant square lovely for a stroll or an aperitif

A seafood rich lively city port with a charming checkerboard promenade and harbour, kind of Venice like with small canal areas

A perfectly preserved jewel of wall encircled cities with its historical narrow streets, wonderous piazzas, churches & palaces

This beautiful stretch of Tuscan coastline is largely unspoiled and offers a quieter unflashy seaside experience to the rest of the region

A famous wine making hill town with its beautiful medieval centre and captivating views over the scenic Val d'Orcia

One of Tuscany's prettiest hill top towns basking in medieval architecture and imposing tower offering stunning panoramic views

Best known for its leaning tower but there's much more to discover in this pretty and vibrant college town

One of Italians most picture postcard hill towns with many medieval towers that meander around its narrow streets and fill its skyline

The most distinguished of historical towns with its stunning grand piazza and imposing awe inspiring tower

Wondering how to get to Tuscany? Read our guide to help you

Our guide on when we think would be the best time of year to visit Tuscany

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