Porto Ecole

From €22145 per week

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This luxury, three-story villa has been recently and beautifully restored to offer guests the utmost comfort. It is located on the southern Maremma coast, a premium destination for those who enjoy the Tuscan countryside as well as the seashore. In fact, the long beaches are only fifteen minutes away by car. The villa offers complete privacy to its guests thanks to a well-tended surrounding garden (one hectare) and offers magnificent open views of the characteristic enchanting landscape. While staying here, it is possible to rent boats at the marina nearby and explore the famous Tuscan coast, visit many prestigious vineyards and experience great wine tastings. For Golf lovers the Argentario Golf Resort is just a 30-minute drive and the train to Rome for a day-trip is very easy!

Ground Floor
Queen bedroom with private bathroom with spacious shower and access to an outdoor furnished terrace.
King bedroom with private bathroom with a tub and access to a private furnished outdoor space.

First Floor
Queen bedroom with en-suite bathroom with tub and wall shower that opens onto a furnished terrace overlooking the hills.
King bedroom sharing bathroom with shower.
Twin/king bedroom, suitable for kids, sharing bathroom with shower.

All bedrooms have A/C and all bathrooms are provided with hair dryers.

Ground Floor: An expansive open space where the central fireplace, surrounded by two white columns, does the dual duty of a room divider and of a heat source. The grey-coloured accent wall keeps the room from feeling too pristine. Several areas are combined in this great room the dining area, characterized by a long table that seats up to 14 people, a pool table and comfortable sitting area with plush white sofas. On the same level, there is a spacious and bright eat-in fully equipped kitchen with fireplace. An internal sleek staircase with 15 steps leads to the first floor.
Spacious private gym with French doors, provided with Tecnogym machines (treadmill, 2 exercise bikes), free weights, bench, and a 52 “screen TV for tutorials.

First Floor Comfortable open sitting room with double-height ceiling equipped with 55” screen, video entertainment system, DVD player and Smart Sat TV with Sky cable, Netflix and Amazon.

Several comfortable outdoor spaces are set around the villa, one of which is equipped with a stone-built BBQ, bar, table seating 12-20 for dining al fresco, and comfortable furniture to enjoy warm afternoons in the shade. Panoramic salt-water private infinity pool (8 m x 16 m), covered private heated swimming pool (4 m x 11 m) an open-air shower and sun deck with quality lounge chairs and shades. Manicured lawns surround the villa enhancing the relaxing atmosphere of the grounds. Vegetable, fruit and herb gardens.

This luxury villa is ideal to rent for a special retreat or a wellness vacation (two famous thermal springs are a 30/45-minute drive away). While the villa is set in a private location, the nearest serviced village as well as many good restaurants are just 2.5 miles away.
This lovely area of Italy sits between Rome and Pisa, offering expansive, breathtaking views of the islands of Giglio and Elba. Highlights of the area include the unspoiled fishing village of Castiglione della Pescaia, endless stretches of dreamy sandy beaches and the medieval cobble-stoned village of Massa Marittima – lately becoming more and more popular and home to many international artists and socialites. Also worth a visit is the magical and mysterious city of Volterra, with its roots in three thousand years of history. We also strongly recommend visits to the towns of Populonia and Baratti, Suvereto, Campiglia Marittima, Castagneto Carducci, Bolgheri, and the chic harbor of Punta Ala. Boat rentals for cruising around the coast and private tours of the region’s many acclaimed wineries can be arranged through our concierge.

Nearest Airport: Rome Fiumicino 1 h 24 min
Nearest serviced town: 6 min
Nearest major city: Rome 1 h 30 min; Siena 1 h 37 min
Nearest beach 20 min

Taverna del Vecchio Borgo – Typical Tuscan dishes in a very nice atmosphere. Recommended for its appetizers and grilled meat. Very good wine list. Via Norma Parenti 12, Massa Marittima – +39 056 690 3950
Trattoria Toscana – Traditional Tuscan cuisine based on regional products, as well as excellent seafood, interpreted by Alain Ducasse with simplicity and authenticity. Not suitable for children. Tenuta La Badiola, Località Badiola (Castiglion della Pescaia) – +39 056 494 4800
Vittorio (Seafood specialties) – Located at Puntone’s marina. A very good seafood restaurant with outdoor tables and sea view. Suitable for children. Entrées are particularly tasty, as well as the fried small mullets (frittura di trigliette). Puntone – +39 0566 866 164
Santarino (Seafood specialty) – Typical Tuscan casual ‘trattoria’, family run. The starters, in particular the octopus, are worth a mention. Try also the spaghetti with clams. Piazza XXIV Maggio 21, Follonica – +39 0566 41665

Clothing – Antica Sartoria di Maremma – An artisan clothing store that has turned the traditional Maremman style of clothing into a fashion statement. Via del Colle, Pancole – +39 0564 503029
Cheese – Caseificio Seggiano – to all cheese lovers: this is THE place to buy excellent pecorino. Taste also the fresh sheep ricotta, perfect to make a simple pasta sauce adding just a touch of freshly ground black pepper. Via Privata, Seggiano – +39 0564 950 034
Wine – Bring home the famous Super Tuscan wine produced in this area: Ornellaia – Via Bolgherese 191, Bolgheri – +39 0565 718 11 Or/and any bottle produced by Tua Rita, one of the top Tuscan cellars in Italy. – Localita’ Notri, Suvereto – +39 0565 829 237
Handmade luxury bags and small leather goods – Avequs, artisanal leather workshop. Via G. Mazzini 145, Grosseto – +39 333 419 7458
Handmade ceramics – Ceramiche D’Arte Creazioni – A great souvenir shop selling works by local artist Roberto Polidori. Via Roma 152, Pitigliano -+39 0564 615 494

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Air Conditioning


Daily Breakfast


Maid Service




Private Chef


Swimming Pool


Terrace / Alfresco Dining





Extra Optional Services


Airport Transfer




Cooking class

Pricing and Availability

Standard rates €22,145.00
From – 06 Jan 2024 – 03 Jan 2025 €22,145.00

The benefits of the Luxury Collection

Pricing Notes

Electricity, A/C, water and gas, heating, and final cleaning
Daily basic housekeeping 5 hrs (9:00 am–1:00 pm)
Daily cook service (Breakfast 9:00am-10:30am), lunch (12:00pm-1:30pm), and 3 dinners per week (7:00pm-9:00pm) – cost of ingredients and beverage not included.
Grocery service (as part of the housekeeping time) to be requested 24 hours in advance
Laundry service (max 2 loads per week, no ironing)
Wi-Fi Internet
Weekly garden and pool maintenance
Crib and highchair for children under 3 years old

Heating €500/week (during colder months, if any)
Pantry pre-stocking: €80, plus cost of goods
Use of indoor pool €1,500/week, including heating and daily cleaning (mid-day) – please note the indoor pool is only available from October to May, and the usage should be requested at least 2 weeks before guests’ arrival
Cost of food and beverage
Babysitting service rates on request, on availability

Food allowance €500 to be paid cash on arrival
Security deposit €3,000 to be held at the agency
Events or private parties not allowed, unless prior authorization
Laundry facilities for villa staff use only
Pets not allowed
Check-in 4:30 pm-7:30 pm – Check-out by 10:00 am
The Italian government might require the payment of a Visitor’s Tax (approximately €1.50 – €5.00 per person, per day, depending on the location) and may be applied for the first seven days in the destination. This tax is payable locally, in Euro cash.
All extra services must be paid locally, prior to departure, unless otherwise arranged

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