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Villa Le Palme


Modern elegance and luxurious amenities are beautifully blended at the Villa Le Palme...
The villa has a spacious double living area plus outdoor dining under the shaded loggia.
The dining area with its stylish outdoor furniture.
The outdoor living area has comfortable, attractive seating divided into two sections.
The double living room is chic and bright thanks to large windows and a light palette.
The indoor dining area has direct access to the outdoor dining terrace.
It also leads into the kitchen.
The kitchen is equally appealing and has all new top quality. appliances.
There is also a separate sitting room / TV room.
The entrance hall opens onto the double living room.
Bedroom I is found on the ground floor while the other bedrooms are on the first floor.
Bedroom V has royal blue accents, direct access to the first floor terrace and lovely views.
Another view of Bedroom V and its desk area.
The bathrooms are luxuriously fitted, as seen here in the en-suite of Bedroom V.
With yellow accents, Bedroom III also has direct access onto the first floor terrace.
The first floor terrace has comfortable sun loungers for sunbathing or relaxing.
The spacious Master bedroom, which has vast windows and doors leading onto the first floor terrace.
Its en-suite has a large bath tub and a hammam / steam room.
Bedroom II is located on the other side of the house.
The en-suite of Bedroom II has beautiful black and white marble.
Bedroom IV has its own private terrace.
You can spend hours taking in the sweeping views from the first floor terrace...
With its beautiful garden, its large terraces and gracious interiors, Les Palme is the ideal holiday villa on the Tuscany Coast.
Beach clubs are really fancy
The glamorous Twiga beach club
The bicycle is the most convenient means of getting around Forte dei Marmi and along the beach boardwalk
Shopping at Forte dei Marmi famous Thursday market
Villa Le Palme
A brand-new villa with pool located in the chic Tuscan seaside resort Forte dei Marmi, famous for its upscale boutiques, fine dining, and stylish beach clubs.
7 BR
40 km
Air condition
near a beach
In town


Found on the Tuscan coastline a 40 minute drive north of Pisa and an hour and a half from Florence, Forte dei Marmi is a popular vacation spot for fashionable Florentines and foreign visitors alike. Completed in mid-2023, this brand-new villa is only 1.5 kilometers from the town center and the beach, making it an excellent option for a car-free seaside holiday in Tuscany.

The villa combines classic elegance with top modern amenities. The ground floor has a living room, TV room and dining room with large windows looking onto a long loggia and and garden. There’s also a well-equipped kitchen, one double room, a single room and a guest bathroom on this floor. The other bedrooms are on the first floor, each with direct access to terrace.

The villa faces a square garden, enclosed by bushes, which has manicured lawns, palm trees and a lovely pool next to which is a covered gazebo with sun beds. An arched loggia runs along the villa and overlooks the garden. It has two different sitting areas with attractive wooden outdoor furniture as well as an alfresco dining area.

Forte dei Marmi offers something for all ages, whether it’s enjoying some family fun and relaxation on the long flat beach, browsing the elegant shops of its palm tree-lined streets or visiting the fabulous street market held on Thursdays. You can easily get around by bike, and the streets are very safe for children. In the evening, you can take in the lively ambiance of the beach club bars or a refined meal at the town’s many gastronomic restaurants.

  • Walking distance to the beach and the center of town
  • Private gardens with manicured lawns and palm trees
  • Covered loggia along the house with confortable furniture and ceiling fans
  • Swimming pool (13 x 6.5 m)
  • Covered pool area with sun loungers
  • First floor sun terrace with sun loungers and outdoor furniture
  • Private parking for 2-3 cars
  • Two bedrooms on ground floor: 1 double & 1 single with ensuites
  • Five bedrooms on 1st floor, all en suite
  • Marble-clad, bathrooms with luxurious modern fixtures
  • Bright interiors with elegant modern furnishings
  • Kitchen with top-quality, all-new appliances


  • WIFI indoors and outdoors
  • Hammam in the Master bedroom
  • Mosquito nets on windows
  • Air-conditioning and heating
  • Ice machine
  • Security alarm
  • Safe
Staff | Service included
  • Daily maid service
  • Air-conditioning/heating
Staff | Service on request
  • Maid service
  • Private chef
  • Arrival grocery shopping
  • Rental bikes delivered to villa


To receive the floor plans of this villa contact Katharina or Gaia at contact@excellence.villas
  • Nearest airport Pisa 30 min – 40 km
  • Carrara 30 min – 20 km
  • Lucca 40 min – 40 km
  • Lerici 40 min – 40 km
  • Tellaro 40 min – 40 km
  • Riomaggiore 1 hour – 70 km
  • Portovenere and Cinque Terre national park 60 km – 1 hour drive
  • Florence 1 hour and 30 min – 110 km
  • Bolgheri 1 hour and 30 min – 100 km
  • Siena 2 hours – 170 km
  • Rome 4 hours – 400 km
Things to do


  • Forte dei Marmi – Sea and culture are the two characteristics of Forte dei Marmi, one of the most famous tourist centers along the Tuscan shore. The center of town is rich in shops and high fashion boutiques with designer’s clothes and it is a must for visitors to go out shopping also late in the evening.
  • Versilia – Is the area right along the Tuscan coast in the northwestern edge of the province of Lucca is widely known for the fashionable beach resorts along its Riviera, with numerous night clubs attracting visitors for its active night life during the summer. The coastal shelf along this part of the Tuscan coast is really sandy and gradually slops into the sea, making it perfect for families with small kids during the day. The many shops and restaurants (as well as hotels) along the seafront also make the Versilia a great place to spend the summer, with everything you need within easy reach.
  • Carrara marble quarries are huge white wounds that open along the sides of the Apuan Alps: a fascinating orographic complex that has been declared a UNESCOWorld Heritage Site since 2015. A unique territory, a succession of changing and fascinating landscapes, dominated by the mountain profiles of the marble basins, which have marked the fortune of this place.
  • Pisa – he Leaning Towerhas made Pisa famous all over the world, and in addition to the tower, the city offers many other interesting things to see worth at least an entire day. When you first arrive at the beautiful Square of Miracles (Piazza dei Miracoli), your sight will be captivated by the magnificent Tower. Don’t just admire it from below: the climb up the tower is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that we highly encourage you to experience. You will enjoy both the incredible climb as well as the amazing views from the top
  • Lucca –A small city that sits just north of Pisa, Lucca lacks the crowds that throng the leaning tower, the coach and cruise loads that plague Florence, and offers an all-round gentler pace for enjoying Tuscan life. The historic part of the city is contained within impressively intact city walls which stretch for kilometers providing a thick skirt around Lucca’s center. Down below, a small but perfectly formed criss-cross of streets sprawl out to the four corners of the city walls connecting one picturesque piazza to another by way of cobbled streets that are the very stereotype of Italian life. In Lucca a chilled-out café culture by day folds itself nicely into the restaurant and bar scene by night, but, most impressive of all, and as you might expect from the place where world-famous opera composer Puccini was born, world-class musical events await.
  • Lerici sits with tantalizing allure on the Gulf of La Spezia (”Gulf of Poets”) and enjoys an expansive seafront that includes a lungomare running from its castle to the castle in the adjacent village of San Terenzo (about 1.5 miles away). There’s also a spacious waterside piazza with restaurants, bars and gelaterias from which to enjoy the painterly sunsets. The sprawling nature of the Lerici coast, with its many sandy beaches, makes it a blissful destination not only for sun worshippers, but also for those who want to indulge in a variety of sea sports. The surrounding hills are a magnet for hikers, bikers and trekkers from spring to fall.
  • Porto Venere – A small town considered one of the most beautiful places on the west coast of Italy. In 1997 Portovenere and the villages of Cinque Terre were designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Portovenere sits on a rocky peninsula in the Gulf of Poets. It was once popular with poets and writers such as Byron, Shelley and Lawrence. With its small harbor lined with colorful houses, its narrow streets leading up to the castle and the church standing on top of the rock, Portovenere it is well worth a visit.
  • The Cinque Terre – The name Cinque Terre literally means “Five lands”, but in this case stands for “Five small medieval villages”. These unique villages hide between green, steep hills and the turquoise Ligurian sea, their pastel-colored houses are built on top of rocks or in little bays. When you look at them, you feel like you are in a fairy tale. The Cinque Terre National Park is a great choice for an active holiday. You can hike on 100 kms of trails, swim in the tiny bays of this 15-km coastline, sea-kayak, dive, ride a bicycle, rent a boat, go fishing or sailing. You can do wine and olive oil tasting, take a pesto making or cooking course or sit around in one of the many restaurants and try the delicious local specialties.
  • Capalbio and the Tarot garden – The small village of Capalbiois immersed in Tuscany’s Maremma countryside yet close to the Tyrrhenian Sea. Tiny shops line its streets and ancient alleys making it one of Maremma’s quaintest villages. As soon as you enter through the arch into the historic town center you’re greeted with a unique statue called “Nanà Fontaine”. It was created by the famous sculptor Niki de Saint Phalle, the very artist who also created the famous Tarot Garden, located just a few kilometers away. From Piazza Belvedere, as the name suggests, you can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view, maybe while enjoying an aperitif.
To receive a complete overview of activities and sightseeing in the area, contact Katharina or Gaia at contact@excellence.villas We will promptly email you an exhaustive document.

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