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How to get off the beaten path to the "real" Tuscany

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This summer my wife and I plus two young children are returning to Tuscany. We've visited the larger cities (they're beautiful) and would really like to get off the beaten path and stay in a small but user-friendly village this time. Looking for a self-catering apt/house - not too expensive! The accommodation needn't have a pool, but should offer fairly easy access to one! Any suggestions?

Thank you.

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