A beautiful villa in a prime location high above Monte Argentario
Villa Aurora is a beautifully-renovated on the stunning Tuscan coast. The property has been transformed into a chic, stylish and sophisticated home, offering great comfort whatever the season.
The villa boasts scenic gardens with a large sun terrace offering spectacular views. There is a large Jacuzzi and a heated swimming pool perfectly situated to take in those great vistas.
The property comprises a main house and a separate annex, offering flexibility for groups. The main house offers a fully-equipped kitchen, comfortable living and dining areas, and two modern double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.
The annex is located below the main terrace and features a well-appointed double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, and a compact kitchenette. It also has access to a private terrace with sea views.
The villa is in a fantastic location close to local towns and beaches. It is just a short drive to Porto Ercole with its myriad of fashionable shops and restaurants, La Feniglia – the best sandy beach in Argentario, and the Cala Galera Marina – the best place to rent a boat on the peninsula.
With its stunning views, spacious outdoor areas, and comfortable interiors, Villa Aurora is the perfect choice for a small group of friends and family looking for a luxurious Italian getaway.
For larger groups, the property can be booked with neighbouring seven-bedroom Villa Orizzonte.
NB: Villa is accessed via steep, single-track road.
- Heated Swimming Pool
- Sea Views
Bedroom 1 – double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower
Bedroom 2 – double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower
ANNEX (Separate entrance)
Bedroom 3 – double bed, kitchenette, en-suite bathroom with shower, and private terrace
|1 Jan 2023 - 7 Apr 2023||EUR 3,500 per week|
|8 Apr 2023 - 14 Apr 2023||EUR 4,600 per week|
|15 Apr 2023 - 30 Apr 2023||EUR 3,500 per week|
|1 May 2023 - 31 May 2023||EUR 3,800 per week|
|1 Jun 2023 - 30 Jun 2023||EUR 4,600 per week|
|1 Jul 2023 - 31 Aug 2023||EUR 6,000 per week|
|1 Sep 2023 - 30 Sep 2023||EUR 4,600 per week|
|1 Oct 2023 - 31 Oct 2023||EUR 3,800 per week|
|1 Nov 2023 - 22 Dec 2023||EUR 3,500 per week|
|23 Dec 2023 - 5 Jan 2024||EUR 4,000 per week|
Prices per week.
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Coffee machine
- Satellite TV
- Sky TV & Netflix
- CD player
- Sound system
- Smart home system
- Decorative fireplace
- Air conditioning
- Sea views
- Heated swimming pool
- Landscaped gardens
- Outdoor lounge area
- Outdoor dining
- Sun loungers & umbrellas
- Table football
- Outdoor speakers
- Olive grove
- Gated entrance
- Telephone concierge service
- Housekeeping service
- Pool heating
- Cook service
- Activities & excursions
Villa Aurora is located in Porto Ercole, a pretty seaside resort. It is one of the most famous resorts in Tuscany and one of the two main towns on Argentario.
The fortresses of La Rocca, Filippo, Santa Carolina and Stella dominate the hillside above the small natural harbour and are reminders of more militant times when the town was controlled by the Spanish in the sixteenth century. Now that Porto Ercole is more associated with pleasure, good food, boats and relaxation (the renowned Pellicano hotel is just outside the town), the profusion of these fortifications takes one by surprise but adds another interesting angle to this incredibly picturesque little port.
The historic centre of Porto Ercole can be reached through the porta of Sienese origin surmounted by a clock tower on which there is a plaque commemorating the great painter, Michelangelo Merisi, known as Caravaggio, who died in Porto Ercole in 1610.
Porto Ercole has a wonderful buzz during the summer season when the long seaside promenade is filled with the “beau monde” strolling along the streets lined with shops, cafes and restaurants next to the boats anchored in the harbour.
Porto Ercole – 5 minutes’ drive
Cala Galera Marina – 10 minutes’ drive
Nearest beach (La Feniglia) – 12 minutes’ drive
Argentario Golf Resort & Spa – 15 minutes’ drive
Argentario Polo Club – 18 minutes’ drive
Siena – 1 hour, 40 minutes’ drive
Rome – 2 hours’ drive
Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.