Villa Capomare

From €38570 per week

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Tucked away in a magical corner of Southern Tuscany, Villa Capomare is nestled among four hectares of wild olive trees, palm trees and woodlands that surround the villa. This elegant 18th century three-story sea-front, fully staffed property is located sixteen miles south of Grosseto, an ideal area that combines beautiful unspoiled beaches and the fancy Monte Argentario, one of Italy’s lesser-known tourist spots and what Condé Nast Traveler calls “a wilder version of the Côte d’Azur”. From here, some amazing points of interest, such as Siena, Montalcino, the harbor of Punta Ala, and the unspoiled Val D’Orcia, a UNESCO World Heritage listed site, are within easy reach. The Natural Uccellina Park and the Natural WWF reserve of the lagoon of Orbetello are only a 20-minute drive away. This luxury villa overlooks the sea, and it has recently undergone an attentive restyling to become one of the largest villas to rent in the area, the ideal property for large groups to experience unspoiled nature on the Tuscan coast.

1st floor
Family suite with one King bedroom with sea view, and ensuite bathroom with tub and walk-in shower, and King bedroom with garden view and ensuite bathroom with barrier free walk-in shower.
King/twin bedroom with sea view and private bathroom with tub and wall-mounted shower
King bedroom with sea view and private bathroom with tub and wall-mounted shower
King bedroom with garden and sea view and ensuite bathroom with tub and wall-mounted shower
King bedroom with garden view and ensuite bathroom with tub and wall-mounted shower
King bedroom with garden view and ensuite bathroom with tub and wall-mounted shower

2nd floor
King suite with ensuite bathroom with tub and wall-mounted shower
King suite with ensuite bathroom with tub and wall-mounted shower
King bedroom with private bathroom with tub and wall-mounted shower

All bedrooms have air conditioning; all bathrooms are provided with hair dryers.

Ground floor
The mansion’s exterior blends perfectly with the sophisticated traditional interior décor.
The social spaces on this floor are airy and inviting, uniquely designed, and decorated with elegant furnishing and local art, to sooth the senses. The stylish sitting room boasts a large fireplace – typical Tuscan architectural detail – next to a mix of old and new country furniture. The generous TV room and the separate dining room with large table, depict a plush yet unfussy setting. All the rooms have direct access to the garden. A fully equipped kitchen, a laundry room, and a guest bathroom complete the floor.

Luxuriant trees adorn the verdant garden surrounding the property, ensuring a great deal of privacy. The area in front of the villa is perfectly shaded for delicious al fresco dining experiences. Here, and in other several nooks on property, the guests can enjoy plush sitting furniture for relaxing moments. The panoramic private swimming pool, overlooking the sea, is framed by a soft lawn, fully furnished with shades and lounges to enjoy the long Tuscan summer days. Also by the pool, a convenient bar to serve refreshments and snacks if your appetite or thirst strike. A path among the vegetation leads to the water and a pebble public beach below, unserviced.

A/C units, heating, unlimited Wi-Fi indoor and outdoor; sat smart TV, i-pod dock, fireplace, dishwasher; washing machine, hairdryers, private fenced swimming pool (18m, x 4m, depth: 1.8m – 1.2m) heated up to 86F degrees (for an extra fee), pool bar, window screens, BBQ, direct access to beach, ample private parking.

This property is especially suited for family reunions and special celebrations. The villa comes fully staffed with attentive personnel, dedicated to ensuring every experience is catered to the guests’ preferences during the stay. A local villa concierge and property manager are available during business hours, yet total privacy and discretion is guaranteed. The villa enjoys spectacular sunsets and breathtaking views of Monte Argentario, the Giglio and Montecristo islands: there is no place like this paradise!
Nearest Airport: Rome 1 h 40 min;
Nearest serviced town: 4 min
Nearest major city: Siena 1 h 15 min;
Nearest beach walking distance
Driving time estimated by Google Maps

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.

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


Maid Service




Private Chef


Swimming Pool


Terrace / Alfresco Dining







Extra Optional Services


Airport Transfer




Guided Tours

Pricing and Availability

Standard rates €65,570.00
From – 27 Apr 2024 – 24 May 2024 €38,570.00
From – 25 May 2024 – 28 Jun 2024 €50,070.00
From – 29 Jun 2024 – 30 Aug 2024 €65,570.00
From – 31 Aug 2024 – 27 Sep 2024 €50,070.00
From – 28 Sep 2024 – 01 Nov 2024 €38,570.00

The benefits of the Luxury Collection

Pricing Notes

Utilities, electricity and A/C, final cleaning
Daily housekeeping
Mid-week linen change
Cook and table service for lunch & dinner (cost of food & beverage not included)
Wi-Fi internet service
Garden and pool maintenance
Cot & highchair (on request)

Pool heating: €1,200 per week
Additional staff hours: €25 per hour/per staff member
Grocery pre-stocking service
Cost of food and beverages, subject to 10% tax

Damage Liability: €10,000 to be held at the agency
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.
Washer and dryer for the use of staff only
Non-smoking villa
Check-in: between 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm; Check-out: 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Extra services booked locally must be paid prior to departure, unless otherwise arranged

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