via del Loreto, 2062 S.Concordio di Moriano
Villa Pedone is a beautiful Tuscan villa of the 18th century, situated not far from the ancient city of Lucca. The Villa is positioned in the Lucchese countryside, on a beautiful hillside dominating ancient vineyards and olive groves, in an area where once all the noble families built their summer estates to escape the heat and show off their wealth.
The villas of Lucca are renowned for their beauty and grandeur. Lucca was and still is the 'city of the rich', the city of bankers, silk merchants, and noble men, who built their retreats throughout many centuries, each and every one of them contributing in creating a grand and unique city and countryside, envied by all and visited continuously.
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