Located in a charming area in southern Tuscany, the Tower of Talamonaccio overlooks the sea and the countryside. This lovely Tower was recently chosen as the set of the James Bond movie “Quantum of Solace”. The area, known as the Maremma, hosts an exquisite combination of sandy beaches and rocky coastlines that are bordered by pine forests. Delightful villages, towns and even castles can be found in this area. The Maremma is also a great place for trekking and maintain biking.
The Tower was originally built as a defensive structure against the Saracens and dates back to 1000 A.D. Two terraces are an ideal place for socializing or al fresco dining. One of these terraces also boasts stunning views that stretch from the Port St. Stephen to the Argentario Mountains on one side, Talamone to the Uccellina Mountains on the other side and all the way to the Island of Giglio and Montecristo, the famous marine park. The nearby pool also overlooks the sea. The Tower even has direct access to a private rocky beach shared with another villa.
Upon entering, guests find a dining area with a fireplace perfect for enjoying a warm meal on a cool evening. To the left is the well equipped kitchen. A staircase leads to the first floor where guests can find an air conditioned living room with stunning views. The living room shares space with a second dining area that can accommodate up to twelve people. This room also has comfortable couches that face the fireplace.
The villa’s six bedrooms are spread out in three areas. The ground floor hosts three double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. The fourth bedroom is located in the tower wing. This bedroom offers a comfortable bed, fireplace and en-suite bathroom. The final two bedrooms can be found in the annex. Each of the double bedrooms has air-conditioning and an en-suite bathroom with shower. These two rooms share a sitting room.