Villa San Lorenzo is the perfect solution for luxury holidays in the heart of Tuscany, in the enchanting landscape of the Grosseto countryside, a few kilometers from the sea and at the gates of the Maremma Regional Park. The more intimate estate of the villa Le Capanne guarantees all the privacy you could wish for with cozy houses surrounded by greenery to feel totally at ease, pampered and safe, in perfect harmony with the surrounding environment. About 2 km away from the main estate of the villa, Tenuta Livia.
Distance from the sea
The property is about 7 km from the sea (sandy beach)
The Standard Two-Room Apartments on the ground floor of about 30 square meters feature: a double / twin bedroom, kitchen-living room with sofa bed, private bathroom, hairdryer, air conditioning / heating, television, fridge
Reception, restaurant, bicycle storage, TV room, bar, internet point, garden, terrace, conference room, parking, baby-sitter service, outdoor pool with sun beds and umbrellas
Small pets allowed upon notification at the time of booking. A supplement of € 6 per day is payable locally
Check in: from 3.00 pm to 6.30 pm
Check out: by 10.30 am
Grosseto and its surroundings
Grosseto is a graceful city almost on the borders of the Region, the political and cultural center of the Maremma. An ideal place to explore the surrounding hills and nearby sea areas, the city - with its perfect tranquility for families - can offer unexpected surprises to those who decide to visit it. The historic center, although collected, is enclosed by a totally intact and beautifully preserved medieval wall, and within the walls it is certainly worth visiting the beautiful Piazza del Duomo, on which stands the remarkable façade in white and pink marble of the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, from the end of 200. To discover Grosseto means to walk in the green hexagon of the ramparts that Francesco I had renovated in 1574, to visit the beautiful Church of San Francesco and, for those who want to venture in the surroundings, the visit is definitely worth the visit Natural Park of the Maremma and the Etruscan ruins of Roselle. A nice way to get in touch with the secrets of a little-known city rich in history can certainly be a visit to the beautiful archaeological and art museum of the Maremma, here you can reconstruct all the history that brought the survivors of the Etruscan Roselle, after the Saracen devastation of 935, in what would become Grosseto. Which found its current form only in the twentieth century, thanks to the reclamation of malaria. In the past Grosseto was a Sienese domain since 1336, and it surrendered to the Medici only in 1559, after the battle of Montalcino.