About Palazzo Osa
If you’re seeking sublime sanctuary in Tuscany, stay at Palazzo Osa, a former convent on the Tyrrhenian waterfront. It’s an idyllic place for a communion.
This 18th-century property is cloistered by a four-hectare garden of pine, palm and olive trees, just 100 metres from a quiet beach. Ample tree-shaded seating dots the grounds. From here, you can admire Talamone Bay, Giglio island, and – on clear days – Montecristo and the mountains of Corsica. You can even gaze out to sea as you cool off in the 19-metre infinity-edge pool, complete with poolside bar.
Palazzo Osa’s honey-hued exterior is punctuated by shuttered windows and arched doorways. Inside, wood beams, stone archways, tiled floor and traditional fireplaces add historical charm. This large villa extends three storeys and accommodates up to 20 guests across its 10 elegantly appointed bedrooms. Expect soft linens, plush armchairs, spacious wardrobes and views of the garden, sea and rolling hills.
There is an English-speaking concierge to assist with your holiday activities and any other requirements. The in-house cook can rustle up seasonal cuisine using local ingredients, including from the vegetable garden. Fully staffed, the villa is an excellent choice for a large group or family seeking a coastal hideaway in rural Tuscany.