The exclusive villa for rent in Forte dei Marmi is located in a very quiet residential area and just a few minutes by bike from the city center.
The villa is surrounded by a pleasant and well-kept garden equipped with pleasant relaxation areas, as well as a functional area for the shelter of cars and bicycles.
The villa is spread over two floors above ground and has every comfort needed to spend a pleasant holiday in this exclusive holiday town.
On the raised ground floor we are greeted by an entrance that leads to the particular living area. It consists of two spacious rooms, one of which is used as a TV room, a formal dining room connected to the equipped and modern kitchen. From every area you have a wonderful view of the garden thanks to the large French windows that combine well the indoor and outdoor environment. A laundry room and a service bathroom complete the living area. On this level there is also a first sleeping area with two double bedrooms with en suite bathroom.
Going up to the first floor, a hallway leads to the two double bedrooms and the large single bedroom with a queen size bed. Each room has an exclusive private bathroom.
For the safety of the guests, the villa has an alarm, also perimeter, with external and internal cameras.
The villa for rent in Forte dei Marmi is located in a quiet residential area just 1400 meters from the sea and a short distance from all the main facilities of this exclusive holiday town in Versilia. Forte dei Marmi has always been one of the best European tourist locations. It is world famous and the most popular location in the entire Versilian riviera. Since the end of the 1700s, nobles from half of Europe, diplomats, businessmen, artists, and celebrities have chosen Forte dei Marmi to build splendid villas, hidden and protected by the verdant pine forest, choosing to spend their holidays and relaxation time on the fine sand.
Forte dei Marmi is well known for the beauty of its beaches as well as for its elegance and worldliness: its shops and high fashion boutiques attract tourists as much as the nearby art cities of Lucca, Pisa and Florence, and its clubs have always hosted celebrities from all over the world, marking the Italian Dolce Vita since the 1960’s.
What is truly unique to life in Forte is the quiet atmosphere, the symmetry of the wide spaces, the bicycle rides along the tree-lined avenues, the silence, and the moments spent drinking with friends at sunset after a relaxing day of sunbathing. The symbol of the city, placed at its center, is the ‘Fortino di Forte dei Marmi’, a grand-ducal fortress built in the 18th century.