Mimosa & Mare, This is a perfectly situated Villa for the holiday of your dreams. The most difficult part of your holiday will be choosing between a swim in the sea or the 14 meter pool!
Ansedonia sits on the sea, with breath-taking views of the Mediterranean. and the Argentario Peninsula. Enter down a gated drive and enjoy a realm of azure sea and sky, and rich green foliage, so typical of the Mediterranean. This gem of modern architecture was designed to create prestigious and exclusive living for families or friends to enjoy the pleasures of Italian seaside living with all modern comforts.
There are 6 double bedrooms, all with their own bathroom. The bathrooms are modern and comfortable with fun, ceramic tile tubs, and many with separate walk-in showers. Three of these bedrooms may be made as Kings or twins. Two of the bedrooms have two twins each, that cannot be made together. The 6th bedroom is a large bedroom for staff, with two twin beds and a bathroom. It would also be fine for two children.
The living area is spacious and of course, has large picture windows to take advantage of the view of the sea in front of you. There is an indoor dining table big enough for 10, and also a table for outdoor dining, looking out over the sea. One level down from that, there is a second outside dining table just above the pool. There is a separate set of stairs leading from here directly to the kitchen, for easy carrying of food. The comfortable eat-in kitchen, itself is perfect for preparing food for a crowd, or eating breakfast, on a colder day, or for feeding children separately.
There is the possibility of a cook, if you don’t want to do it yourself. Daily cleaning is included.
While there, though you may want to do nothing, but there are plenty of possible excursions to keep you busy. In Ansedonia, don’t miss the remains of the ancient city of Cosa, an archaeological site of international interest, included in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The ruins of this ancient Roman city on the hill atop Ansedonia date back to 273 BC. In the summer, there are theatrical offerings here. Then walk or bike in the pine forest and beach comb the long beach (if you tire of swimming in the sea from your house!)
Of course, you are just a few kilometres from Argentario, with its Port towns of Orbetello, Porto Ercole, and Porto Santo Stefano. Enjoy the busy harbour life of the now sophisticated old fishing villages, where there is an abundance of choices of bars, restaurants, and nautical activities on offer. From these ports you can take a short boat ride to the islands of Giannutri and Giglio, where you can pass the day swimming, sightseeing and eating by the sea.
A bit further a field but less (or much less) than 40 kilometres, you can get plunge into the heart of the Tuscan Maremma. Do visit Capalbio (famous for the film festival in summer), Scansano (renowned for its Morellino wine and vineyards), Manciano, and Pitigliano, two charming Medieval hill towns with their own culture, the famous thermal baths of Saturnia, the extravagant Tarot Garden (park and architectural work of the famous French artist, Niki De Saint Phalle … If that’s not enough you can reach Siena in just over an hour, and Rome can be reached by car or train in an hour and 30 min.
This is a perfectly situated Villa for the holiday of your dreams.