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ITALY


From Tuscany to Puglia – great variety of regions


Over-development rare Charming character homes


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Stupendous beauty yet still reasonably priced and accessible from UK


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FLORENCE PISA


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TUSCANY Truly ravishing countryside with old rustic properties


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ROME NAPLES PESCARA A SORRENTTO CAGLIARI PALERMO


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Apartments within gorgeous Tuscan estate STAR PROPERTY


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FOGGIA BARI


TARANTO CALABRIA CATANZARO BRINDISI


The heel of Italy has a prime selection of bargain properties


Umbria: €1,450,000 (£1,215,400)


Location Macerino Property 16th century 9-bedroom palazzo. Features Swimming pool, sauna. Contact Su Casa Bella, 01373 466959 www.sucasabella.co.uk.


Tuscany: from €370,000 (£327,400)


Location Borgo Volterra. Property Restored one- and two-bedroom apartments on a country estate near the attractive hilltop town of Volterra. Features The properties are easy to get to, and convenient for visiting both the area’s


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Renaissance highlights and the coast. The estate includes a boutique spa hotel and a full management service, and it is less than an hour from Pisa airport. Contact GK Italian Property: 020 7993 2967; www.gkitalianproperty.com.


Sardinia: €230,000 (£203,500)


Location Lu Bagnu, Castelsardo. Property Spacious three-bedroom apartment. Features Large veranda, communal pool. Contact Casa Travella: 01322 660 988; www.casatravella.com.


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