Florence, the capitol of Tuscany, offers numeruos places of interest. Amongst them, Ponte Vecchio, the Duomo, whos original name is Santa Maria del Fiore and the Campanile, partly designed by Giotto, are only few of a nearly endless list. So it is wise to rent a city apartment
to sightsee all the attractions. Many other towns attract tourists, such as Siena, known for the festival and horse race called Palio, which takes place twice a year. San Gimignano lures visitors with the majestetic towers. Lucca has one of the best preserved ancient city walls all over Italy. Forte dei Marmi has lots of charme due to the sea
front position. Luxury villas
and manor houses
are available for holiday rentals in the Chianti, the famous wine-growing district. Red wines of excellent quality, called the Supertuscans, are grown in the vineyards of Castellina, Greve, Montalcino and Montepulciano. Maremma, the southern sea side region, is famous for the redwine called Morellino. Punta Ala is a chique place. The unique town boosts of a marina and a golf course
, both of international reputation. Bordering the Latio region, there is the peninsula Monte Argentario, renown for the exclusive towns of Porto Santo Stefano and Porto Ercole. Renting a seaside villa
here results in luxury and comfortable holidays.