In a large valley of the Alpi Apuane, in the village of Villafranca, in the province of Lunigiana you will find this grand Tuscan villa at 200 meters from the ancient but inhabited Borgo di Filetto.

The house dates from 1901, which means cultural explorations start right at your own home.

The lively village attracts many tourists in summer time, with weekly activities in the borgo such as antique markets, music and other theatre performances, medieval games etc..


There is a train station in Villafranca with direct connections to Pisa, Parma and Florence and all the treasures these beautiful, monumental cities have to offer.

The villa is also excellently located for cultural excursions to exquisite places such as Lucca, Pietrasanta, Pisa, Florence, Lerici, Portovenere, Rappallo, Porto Fino, Genua or Parma.


Pietrasanta | 12th century church along the hiking route of ‘Cisa’ | Bagnone