Try Something New this Year!
Toscana Holiday Village not only has a selection of mobile homes for sale, it also has rentals and long-term lets available!
You could take a weekend break or stay the whole winter, there is so much to see and do in Tuscany and with homes starting at £11,995 you may want to stay permanently..!
Here is the opportunity to ‘Try before you Buy’ and experience life on Toscana Holiday Village, situated on the rolling hills of Tuscany, close to Pisa and Florence and just 30 minutes drive to the beaches.
Tune in on our Facebook page at 12:00 on Tuesday where Chiara will be going live and showing us a walk-around tour of the rental properties.
A Mild Winter Climate
The weather in Tuscany is often sunny, days are mild, with colder nights. In the mountains snow is common and attracts skiers. Average temperature: 3°C – 11°C.
If you love skiing or snowboarding you can choose among large districts or smaller ski resorts. The main activity is skiing but where you can also enjoy the natural winter wonderland with snowshoes or trekking.
You can enjoy a bath into the warm and relaxing hot springs while it’s cold outside, surrounded by wonderful scenery of Val d’Orcia or Maremma. Tuscany is the Italian region with the biggest number of wild hot springs, thermal baths, and luxury wellness centres and resorts.
Being out of the peak season, Tuscany in winter has no crowds. Both little villages and the cities as Florence and Siena, Pisa, or Lucca, are not packed with tourists as in spring and summer. So it will be more enjoyable visiting the main museums and attractions or find a seat at the restaurant.
If you love shopping, January may be one of the best times to visit Tuscany because it’s winter sales season! The winter sales start in January, usually near the beginning of the month, and last until February/March. Take advantage of it!
If you like music, coloured floats and masks, from the end of January until the end of February, visitors can enjoy Carnival festivals in many towns of Tuscany. The main event and the most famous is the Carnival of Viareggio in Versilia. For five days, the biggest Carnival floats of Europe parade along the seaside promenade, surrounded by thousands of happy locals and tourists dressed up with funny costumes dancing to music.
Winter is celebrated with a number of traditional fire festivals. Usually the bonfires, torchlights, and fireworks used for these festivals have ancient origins.
There is a place in Tuscany where you can find some of the best
Italian chocolate masters. It’s called “Chocolate Valley” and is located between Pisa, Pistoia and Prato.
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