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Italy’s most popular destinations: We have travelled throughout Italy and are pleased to bring you a handpicked selection of beautiful villas with pools in our favourite places

Tuscany Countryside

Tuscany is no stranger to tribute or applause. It’s no novice to tourism or success. And it’s certainly no neophyte when it comes to luxury. And we can certainly vouch for that here at Bridgewater’s Idyllic Italy.

Tuscany Coast

The Tuscan coast remains 'Our special part of Italy' which year round offers an interesting and varied holiday. You will find beautiful Medieval towns, wide golden beaches & plenty for all ages to do including: Golf, tennis, water-sports, horse-riding, cycling & walking in the Apuan alps.


Umbria is the only region of Italy without coastline or border with another country - for that alone, the region is completely unique. Lodged between Tuscany, Le Marche and Lazio, Umbria is the heart (and soul) of Italy.

Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is one of the most famous and beautiful stretches of coastline in the world. It goes without saying that this Italian gem is mesmerising in its beauty, all consuming in its appeal. But for travellers looking for more than just mind-blowing aesthetics, there’s so much more to the Amalfi Coast than its peripheral.

Italian Lakes & Mountains

The Italian Lake District is quite possibly Italy’s most desirable destination. Both Ezra Pound and Alfred Tennyson wrote about the Italian Lakes in their poetry, and to this day the area upholds its prominence as one of the most stylish holiday resorts in the world.


If you’re looking for a beach holiday in Italy, your destination has to be no other than Sardinia. As the second largest island in the Med and surrounded by azure blue waters, Sardinia is an island paradise which offers beautiful beaches, a world of outdoor adventures and timeless historical charm.


Off the foot of the Italian boot stands the Mediterranean’s largest island, Sicily. With over 25,000 kilometres of land to call its own, and as the polygonal crossroad between Europe and Africa, it’s no wonder that Sicilians dance along to their own melody; a melody which differs from any other region of Italy.

Veneto / Prosecco

Veneto is quite possibly Italy’s most romantic region; how could it be denied such title when the region is home to the most romantic city in the world? The one and only, Venice. The city of marble palaces, never-ending canals and gondolas that come complete with serenade. Yet, a Venetian romance is but a small part of the region’s charm.


Forming the high heel of Italy’s boot, Puglia (otherwise known as Apulia) is Italy’s Southern gem. With sun-soaked panoramas and lush green landscapes, this lesser known region is a hidden secret for those in the know. Escaping the rest of the country in its picturesque peninsula, and bearing a conquered past in the hands of the Turks, the Greeks and the Spanish, Puglia has formed its own very unique, very remarkable, and very distinct identity.

Allow us to inspire you

Our friendly team of Italian travel specialists are on hand with advice, inspiration and ideas for your next villa holiday. We use our wealth of experience, knowledge and contacts in Italy to find your Idyllic Italian rental. Over the past 45 years we have curated a portfolio of luxury villas in Italy which we know will provide you with the best experience of this wonderful country

Complete this quick enquiry form or call us on +44 (0) 161 787 8587 and your personal villa specialist will be in touch with a bespoke selection of available properties within 24 hours – chosen especially for you.

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