Tuscany honeymoon, between the sea and hills

14 nights

Fly-Drive Holidays


City, Coastal, Countryside



£ 7350 per person

Sea, art cities, vineyard-covered hills, excellent cuisine and hand-picked accommodation - that's what makes our luxury honeymoon in Tuscany so great.

Holiday at Glance


14 nights


from £ 7350 per person


Travel planning

Daily breakfast

Fully comprehensive car hire

3 nights sharing a Deluxe double room at the Palazzo di Camugliano in Florence

4 nights sharing a Classsic double room at the Castello del Nero in Barberino Tavarnelle, Chianti

7 nights sharing the Suite Colle room at the Locanda al Colle in Camaiore, Versilia Coast

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Explore Florence

  • Private airport transfer
  • 3 nights sharing a Deluxe double room at the Palazzo di Camugliano in Florence

If you want a royal honeymoon, stay in the sixteenth century family home of Lorrenzo Niccolini di Camugliano, a Florentine Marquis. The same artwork and furniture that he and his family used centuries ago is still there today. With only ten rooms, and set far back from the street, you'll have all the privacy you need for an intimate time.


You'll find romance in Florence practically everywhere, from the narrow streets of the historic centre illuminated by the moon, to the panorama of the city from the top of Piazzale Michelangelo, to the typical Tuscan restaurants.

But what should a couple do on their stay in Florence?

    Sunset at Piazzale Michelangelo
Piazzale Michelangelo, located on top of a hill surrounding Florence, is one of the city's most beautiful viewpoints. The most famous terrace in the city is a great place for exchanging promises of love and enjoying a breathtaking view (even though it's a little touristy).

    Bellosguardo hill
From this hill in southwest Florence, you can see one of the most beautiful panoramas of the city. You should definitely stop at the Belvedere in front of the villas La Limonaia and Brichieri Colombi. Finally, you'll reach the small square of Bellosguardo - the perfect place for a romantic kiss.

    Visit the Church of Dante and Beatrice
Any romantic in Florence must visit the Church of Dante and Beatrice, as the Poet first laid eyes on the woman he would love forever here. Many girls still leave cards of hope by Beatrice's tomb inside the church, so they can feel close to their loved ones forever.

    A romantic drink is always a good idea, especially if it comes with a view.
There are many possibilities in the city, but we'll just point out three places:
  • Se.Sto on Arno is a great bar on the sixth floor of the Hotel Excelsior. They have a bunch of cool cocktails and an incredible view of the Arno and the districts of San Frediano and Santo Spirito.
  • Three-Sixty at the Grand Hotel Minerva: aperitif and appetisers with an amazing view of Florence.
  • The Baglioni Hotel's terrace is the perfect spot for an aperitif with an incredible view. From here, you feel like you can touch Giotto's Bell Tower and Brunelleschi's Dome.

    Walk in the Boboli Gardens
The green lung of Florence, with its lawns, Renaissance sculptures and fountains, is a great place for a romantic walk. Climb the hill in the park along the tree-lined paths to get a great view of Florence.

Luxury in Chianti

  • Pick your car hire from Florence and make your way to Castello del Nero
  • 4 nights sharing a Classsic double room at the Castello del Nero in Barberino Tavarnelle, Chianti

The Castello del Nero sits among 300 hectares of vineyards and olive groves in Chianti and Tavarnelle Val di Pesa. The Tuscan hills offer many enchanting wine cellars to explore, and what better place to start your journey than a luxurious sanctuary? Today, it is a privileged address for a romantic stay.


In addition to the La Torre restaurant (1 Michelin star) inside the castle, there is also the Spa Espa where you and your partner can relax and enjoy some quality time together.


The Chianti region, between Florence and Siena, is known for its excellent red wine, but that's not all. The scenery here is like something out of a postcard--vineyards and olive groves, green hills and medieval villages, abbeys and ancient stone farmhouses, all bordered by cypresses. It's like something out of a fairy tale. You should definitely stop for a wine tasting if you're in the area--you can't go wrong no matter where you go.


Start in Castellina in Chianti, a famous village, and then head down to Val d'Elsa. Pass through Greve in Chianti, a village with a characteristic square shape, or through Montespertoli, home to the Museum of life and wine, go up towards San Gimignano, enjoying the incredible view over the countryside.


The city of a thousand towers will make you feel like you're stepping back in time to the Middle Ages.

Wouldn't it be cool to see the Tuscan cities and hills from a bird's eye view? A hot air balloon flight over Tuscany is pretty safe if you're looking for an adventure.

On the sandy beaches that line the coastline of Versilia

  • 7 nights sharing the Suite Colle room at the Locanda al Colle in Camaiore, Versilia Coast
  • Your stay includes sun loungers and umbrella at the Beach Club

La Locanda al Colle is best described by adjectives such as charming and refined, starting from its sophisticated furnishing in the interior.


There are Classic, Superior, Superior Plus and Deluxe rooms, as well as a Junior Suite and two Suites - to suit every customer's needs. All with a common elegant style that embraces the art deco of the 1920s and modernism up to the 70s.


The inn is situated a few minutes away from the refreshing sea breeze of the coast, and is surrounded by centuries-old trees and olive groves.


Located between Viareggio and Marina di Pietrasanta on the Versilia coast, Camaiore has been a top pick for tourists and seaside lovers for many years, and remains one of the most popular destinations in Italy.


There are plenty of reasons to appreciate this place, like the 4 km of beautiful golden beaches, the well-equipped bathing establishments, the lively nightlife, and the revamped architecture.

Keep active

You can visit the Carrara marble quarries on your own or with a guided tour for a breathtaking experience.

Explore the Apuan mountains with a professional trekking guide. Although they look inaccessible from the beaches of Versilia, a dense network of easy paths lets you reach many peaks of the Apuan Alps.

Hire an e-bike and see some amazing views while passing through some beautiful towns that have hosted some big names like Michelangelo and Puccini. The trail is only 28 km and it's all flat on an asphalt path, cycle path, and dirt road.

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