Best luxury family-friendly villas in Italy

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Aug 242023Best luxury family-friendly villas in Italy Italy's timeless charm and rich cultural heritage make it an ideal destination for families seeking a luxury getaway. While exploring the picturesque landscapes and historical landmarks, the choice of accommodation significantly influences the overall experience. In this article, we will delve into the must-have facilities and comforts these villas should provide, along with highlighting some of the best areas in Italy to rent a villa for a family retreat.
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The perfect family villas
 Luxury family villas should offer ample space to accommodate all family members comfortably. Multiple bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms, and generous living areas are essential. A private pool offers a refreshing oasis for the family to unwind, play, and enjoy quality time together. Expansive outdoor spaces equipped with lounging areas, dining spaces, and barbecue facilities encourage al fresco family meals and relaxation.

Salice, Tuscany

Best Areas in Italy to Rent a Villa for Families
 The choice of location is equally important, as different regions offer distinct experiences, from cultural exploration to beachside relaxation. By selecting a villa that combines comfort, amenities, and a prime location, families can create lasting memories against the backdrop of Italy's beauty and charm.

 Known for its rolling hills, charming villages, and world-class vineyards, Tuscany offers a serene and picturesque setting. Florence and Siena are popular cities to explore nearby.

Dimoradi, Greve in Chianti

Amalfi Coast
 With stunning cliffside views, crystal-clear waters, and charming towns like Positano and Amalfi, this region provides a perfect blend of relaxation and coastal exploration.

Villa Praia, Praiano

  Often called the "Green Heart of Italy," Umbria offers a more tranquil alternative to Tuscany. The medieval town of Perugia and the beauty of Lake Trasimeno are highlights.

Ada, Umbria/Tuscany border

 Families can immerse themselves in history, culture, and delicious cuisine in Sicily. Palermo, Taormina, and Agrigento are some of the places to explore.

Mediterranea, Noto

  Known for its unique trulli houses and stunning coastline, Puglia provides a mix of history, culture, and relaxation. 
Manfredi, Leverano

Lake Como
 Surrounded by the majestic Alps, Lake Como offers a serene escape. Families can explore charming villages, enjoy water activities, and soak in the natural beauty.

Villa Mogano, Bellagio

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villa serenella

 12/17    6    11
Tuscany, Foiano Della Chiana, Cortona Area, Arezzo Area
from 8,400 to 13,300 € / week


 10    5    8
Tuscany, Chianciano
Price On demand


 12    6    8
Lake Como, Moltrasio
from 20,000 to 32,000 € / week


 14/15    7    7
Lake Como, Bellagio
from 26,400 to 33,400 € / week

villa breakwater bellagio

 14    7    10
Lake Como, Bellagio
from 45,000 to 65,000 € / week

chalet nuova luna

 14/16    7    7
Italian Alps - Dolomites, Cervinia
from 34,300 to 53,950 € / week

masseria paride

 20/22    10    12
Puglia, Fasano
from 12,150 to 35,900 € / week

masseria pepita

 16    8    9
Puglia, Monopoli
from 13,500 to 37,500 € / week