Luxury real estate in Italy
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Living in the Italian countryside is a dream for so many, while Italian cities also have so much unique charm to offer.
The Italian countryside is varied and worth the effort of travelling beyond the main tourist spots.
The Italian coast is a stunning sight like no other and this week's property of the week in Italy takes full advantage of breathtaking coastal views.
Luxury short-term rentals in Italy are a great alternative for the summer holidays this year, a summer season like no other, where travellers are facing the difficulty of finding COVID-free holiday destinations.
Lucca is a historical city located in Tuscany on the western coast of Italy and is known throughout Italy for its fantastic medieval city walls that still encircle most of the historic old town.
The Italian countryside is known for its unrivalled beauty and this stunning period villa in Salsomaggiore Terme is the perfect place to enjoy it.
Located along Italy's Tuscan Riviera is the most exclusive town in the area, Forte dei Marmi. The peaceful yet renowned coastal town is home to this exquisite villa which is close to local amenities and only 850 metres from the sea.
The historic St. Regis Hotel in Rome has been brought back to life. Tétris Italia (part of the JLL Group) has completed extensive renovations of the rooms after three years of work with a major investment.
Just 13 km from the centre of Palermo is Mondello Beach in an inlet at the foot of Mount Pellegrino, a place for leisure and the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Venice's canals are one of the world's most beautiful sights, with the contrast between rustic, colourful buildings and the glistening turquoise water that flows past.
The Olgiata district, situated outside the "Gran Raccordo Anulare" (Rome's ring road) is made up of luxury villas with spacious gardens and offers a country style of living with all the advantages of living near a big city.
There is arguably no spot more idyllic than the Italian islands, in particular Sardinia, the second largest of the Mediterranean islands. This elegantly modern villa situated in the charming Porto Rotondo area enjoys unbeatable views and is just 250 metres from the sea.