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Tuscany properties for sale

Italy’s most popular region ● Art cities of Florence, Lucca & Pisa ● 2 international airports

World-famous art cities such as Florence, Lucca and Pisa, glorious green countryside, a stunning 170-mile coastline – it’s easy to see why Tuscany is Italy’s most visited region and why buying Tuscany real estate or a Tuscany property appeals to almost everyone who has ever imagined owning a property in Italy.

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Tuscany is so popular with the British that the Chianti region has been nicknamed Chiantishire after the number of people from the UK who have bought property in Tuscany here.

The region as a whole is a sublime mix of stunning, unspoiled landscapes – dotted with picturesque Tuscany property such as converted farmhouses and vineyards – and the famous cities such as Florence, Lucca, Siena, Pisa and Cortona.

But away from the tourist meccas, Tuscany boasts several medieval hilltop villages such as Pienza, Montepulciano, San Quinco d’Orcia and Montalcino that are living, breathing examples of the finest of medieval Tuscany.

Both Pienza and the surrounding Val d’Orcia, for instance, are such wonders of nature that they have been designated Unesco World Heritage Sites.

And Montalcino and Montepulciano are, along with Chianti, Tuscany’s leading wine producers. Montalcino makes one of Italy’s leading DOGCs while its rival Montepulciano produces Vino Nobile.

To cap it all there are also the beaches of Versilia, with picturesque resorts such as Viareggio and Forte dei Marmi. And there is also the Maremma region in the south, which along with Lunigiana in the north offers the most affordable of Tuscany properties.

If you are interested in Tuscany property you may also want to take a look at:
Emilia-Romagna property | Le Marche property | Liguria property | Lombardy property | Piedmont property | Rome property | Sardinia property | Umbria property


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