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The Val d’Orcia, a UNESCO heritage site, is a blessed Tuscan land with a rich cultural heritage. Its perched castles, medieval villages and uncontaminated landscapes enchant anyone who comes across them. Not to mention the food produced here, the famous Pecorinos and the golden honey, or its wine Orcia D.O.C. and the Brunello; and lastly, its ancient beneficial thermal waters that run under this fertile land. These are few reasons why Val d’Orcia is a beautiful area to visit. In this part of the region, among ancient olive trees, within a wine producing estate, is set Villa Rovea, peaceful and serene, looking out to the calming views of the valleys and the town of Montalcino in the distance. Traditional in style, this brick-constructed villa, exudes Tuscan flair in abundance. If you are looking to embrace a slower time enriched by plenty picturesque sites to visit, and good food and wine to taste, do no think twice and stay at Villa Rovea.
Main villa
North wing – First floor (4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms):
King bedroom with en-suite bathroom with large shower
King/Twin bedroom with adjacent private bathroom with shower
King bedroom with adjacent shared bathroom with shower
Children room with 2 single beds with adjacent shared bathroom with shower

South wing – First floor – (4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms)
King/Twin bedroom with adjacent private bathroom with tub
King bedroom with private bathroom with shower
Queen bedroom with canopy bed and en-suite shared bathroom with shower
Children room with 2 single beds with adjacent shared bathroom with shower

Annex (2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms)
Ground floor
King/twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom with shower
First floor
Spacious queen bedroom and en-suite bathroom with shower

It is worth noting that the two wings of the main villa are connected only through the first floor. All bedrooms have air conditioning and ceiling fans; the bathrooms are provided with hair dryers.

Each wing has several social spaces to enjoy filled with natural light, while the main living and dining rooms, for everybody to gather in, are located in the north wing, as well as the largest fully equipped modern kitchen.
The south wing offers a comfortable living room with fireplace and another kitchen.
The beautiful living room of the annex allows the guests some private space to enjoy. Here also an additional kitchen on the ground floor.

Tucked away among the trees, Villa Rovea has an inviting bucolic atmosphere. A large covered patio, just next to the main living room and kitchen, is set up for alfresco dining. Several panoramic lounging areas are spread out in the garden. The private swimming pool guarantees hours of relaxation. Lounge there sipping a glass or two of local wine until the sun begins to set down.

A/C, heating, Wi-Fi, fireplace, washing machine, satellite TV, private swimming pool, BBQ, table tennis, mosquito nets in bedrooms of the south wing, basketball nets, private parking.

Ideal for large groups, this villa has space for everybody without making one feel overcrowded. Perfect for wine lovers, foodies and trekkers, Villa Rovea will help you to reconnect with your family, your friends, with nature and with yourself!
Nearest Airport: Florence Peretola 1 h 38 min
Nearest serviced town: 10 min
Nearest major city: Siena 48 min
Driving time estimated by Google Maps

The medieval town of Siena is built across several hills and valleys; that’s why you will find yourself walking up and down through its historical center. The lack of car traffic makes Siena a wonderful place to stroll, especially with kids! Despite sometimes being packed with tourists, the city always has a quiet and easygoing feel. A must-see is the shell-shaped square called Il Campo. This is the focal point of the city and the perfect setting to snap your Instagram photos while enjoying an over-sized gelato. This is also the venue of the internationally renowned horse race, The Palio, which takes place on July 2nd and again on August 16th each year.
Visit San Gimignano, famous for its skyline, and Volterra, renown for alabaster artifacts. The small fortress cities within easy driving distance of one another, each offer their own special appeal. The medieval walled city of Monteriggioni – for example – was built in the 13th century and it is known to be one of the most well preserved ancient fortifications in Italy, which is why it is a preferred destination for plenty of tourists, scholars, architects and archeologists from all over Europe.

Osteria Le Logge – Excellent Tuscan cuisine at elegant old-world restaurant. The best tables are on the ground floor, but there is also outdoor seating. Delicious handmade fresh pastas (small portions). Don’t miss the desserts! Watch out for the small step down as you walk in!
Via del Porrione 33, Siena – +39 0577 480 13
Enoteca I Terzi – casual atmosphere under a vaulted ceiling, market to table seasonal ingredients divinely cooked, extensive selection of wine.
Via dei Termini, Siena – +39 0577 44329
Il colombaio – Michelin starred restaurant (in 2016!) in a very traditional sophisticated atmosphere. Outdoor seating also available.
Localita Colombaio, Casole d’Elsa – +39 0577 949002
Villa Dievole great restaurant with excellent food, set in a wine and extra virgin olive estate. Not only you can buy wine and olive oil produced on the estate, they can even ship it internationally.
Località Dievole, 6 (fraz. Vagliagli) Castelnuovo Berardenga – +39 0577 322613
Officina della Cucina Popolare This restaurant sits right inside the ancient medieval city walls of Colle di Val d’Elsa. Just a two minute walk from the free parking areas nearby the city gate called Porta Nuova. The menus are seasonal and utilize fresh local ingredients grown by nearby farmers. Enjoy true Tuscan food.
Via Gracco del Secco 86, Colle di Val d’Elsa – +39 0577 921 796

Handmade Crystal: Collevilca – besides purchasing their products, take a factory tour available from Monday to Friday and watch the artisans hand-blowing their creations.
Loc. San Marziale, 24, Colle di Val D’Elsa – +39 0577 927 204
Alabaster Houseware: Alab’Arte, an artisanal bottega where one-of-a-kind pieces are created.
Via degli Orti di San Agostino, Volterra -+39 0588 879 68
The best gelato: Gelateria di Piazza in San Gimignano it’s one of the most famous ice cream shops in all of Italy. Award-winning master ice cream maker Sergio Dondoli uses seasonal ingredients to create some unusual flavors.
Piazza Della Cisterna 4, San Gimignano – +39 0577 942244
Specialty Food shop: Pizzicheria de Miccoli – Located in Siena historic center, it is very well known for its special selection of Tuscan cured meats.
Via di Citta 95, Siena – +39 0577 246948

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Air Conditioning






Swimming Pool


Terrace / Alfresco Dining



Extra Optional Services


Airport Transfer


Cooking class


Extra Housekeeping


Fresh Groceries


Private Chef


Wine Tour

Pricing and Availability

Standard rates €14,700.00
From – 06 Jan 2024 – 29 Mar 2024 €10,220.00
From – 30 Mar 2024 – 24 May 2024 €11,900.00
From – 25 May 2024 – 06 Sep 2024 €14,700.00
From – 07 Sep 2024 – 04 Oct 2024 €12,950.00
From – 05 Oct 2024 – 01 Nov 2024 €11,900.00
From – 02 Nov 2024 – 05 Jan 2025 €10,220.00

Pricing Notes

All Utilities including A/C, water and gas
Housekeeping service: 9 am–1 pm; Monday through Friday
Unlimited Wi-Fi internet access (available indoor and outdoor)
Garden and pool cleaning service

Heating charged upon consumption
Extra housekeeping service
Cook service – No third-party suppliers allowed: the services will be provided by the villa management and in-house staff
Cost of food and beverages

Damage Liability: €1,500 held at agency
Mandatory final cleaning fee: €400 due upon arrival, in Euro cash
Visitor’s tax: The Italian government might require the payment of a Visitor’s Tax (approximately €1.50 – €6.00 per person, per day, depending on the location) and may be applied for the first ten days in the destination. This tax is payable locally, in Euro cash.
Non-smoking villa indoor and outdoor
It is strictly forbidden to move furniture from their original place inside and outside the villa
Check-in: between 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm; Check-out: before/by 10:00 am
All extra services must be paid locally unless otherwise arranged

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