Villa Le Torre, Talamone, Southern Tuscany, Italy
Villa Le Torre, located near Talamone (6km), in Southern Tuscany, Italy, is featured in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace. Bond, after leaving the Tosca Opera in Bregenz, visits René Mathis (and his girlfriend) in this beautiful villa and asks him to come and help him in Bolivia.
Bond is brought to the villa on a vintage Sunseeker Sovereign 17 motorboat.
After undergoing a complete restoration La Torre has become the ideal house to rent for extraordinary holidays by the Tuscan Coast. Tucked away in a magical corner of Southern Tuscany, perched up on top of a cliff which overlooks the sea, not too far from places of historical interest, and amongst the authentic natural wonders of the Maremma Natural Park, stands the La Torre, a historic Spanish tower erected to protect against the Saracen invasions. One cannot help but be impressed by the wonderful views and the natural beauty which appear before one's eyes and which can be fully appreciated from every corner of the Tower. Your arrival is elegant, just a few hundred metres through the Mediterranean scrub, you begin to see the Tower, which is set on private land, closed with an electronic security gate. A small boulevard of magnificent agave cacti lead to the front door, creating a romantic and exotic atmosphere.
Villa Le Torre is available for rent, and sleeps 8 (4 Double Bedrooms with en suite baths).