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Villas - holiday houses - apartments - B&B - hotels
in Apulia, Calabria, Campania,
Emilia-Romagna, Latium, Sicily, Tuscany, Umbria and the Veneto
We love Italy. The weather, the food, the culture, the people. There is no better way to get to know the country
and its people in such a direct manner and nevertheless organise a vacation in your own way, than in a holiday cottage
or in a holiday apartment. In Southern Italy and Central Italy we offer you carefully chosen holiday accommodations.
Anyone who doesn't want to arrange anything in their holidays will appreciate our comfortable hotels, guesthouses
and bed&breakfasts - no large concrete hotels, but gems with a certain something. Come to know and love
Either by the week in a holiday home or a holiday apartment, or you arrange your own round trip.
Not only the hotels and B&Bs can be booked on a daily basis, some of the holiday cottages or holiday apartments, too,
can be booked for short stays. Feel free to ask us - we can help you arrange an individual itinerary,
no matter if under the motto nature, culture or beach.
Which region is the right one for me? Italy is such a varied country. Whether you prefer a holiday cottage
by the Calabrian steep coast near Tropea, or Palmi, a holiday apartment in Rome or Florence, a hotel in historic
walls or a family bed&breakfast in a good position for excursions, with or without swimming pool, directly by
the beach or in the wild and romantic hinterland - it's your decision.
Should you still have questions you are welcome to call us. Of course you can also write us an
e-mail inquiry form.
Italy's boot heel in the south between the Adriatic and the Ionic sea, offers on the one hand
the turquoise coloured sea, grottos and bays, white beaches; on the other hand a huge number of cultural treasures.
You will also find wild orchids, poppy fields and age-old olive trees. The Gargano peninsula in Apulia's north is
a tourist highlight with its lively main town Vieste, with a winding old town on an outcrop of chalk. In the hinterland
you'll meet flocks of sheep, goats and pigs, protected by a shepherd and his dogs, like in ancient times. In central
Apulia the gentle hilly Valle d'Itria is located. The Trulli, white round farmhouses with cone roofs are quite typical.
Some of them have been turned into a holiday home. Enjoy the very special hospitableness of the Apulian people in
the holiday resorts Alberobello, Carovigno, Cisternino, Fasano, Martina Franca, Ostuni and Torre Canne.
is the southernmost region of mainland Italy and separated from Sicily by the straight of Messina.
Uniting mountains and the seaside, it will fascinate you with its intact nature, steep coasts, picturesque bays
with fantastic sandy beaches, pretty small coastal towns, its many-faceted hinterland and the legacies of a
millenniums-old civilisation. This is much more than the usual holiday at the seaside.
It's all within easy reach from our holiday houses and apartments in Palmi, Amantea, Belmonte and the Capo Vaticano.
Certainly Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was one of the best-known visitors and lovers of
"Knowst thou the land where the lemon trees bloom?" Enjoy the turquoise coloured sea, long sandy beaches,
mysterious grottos, as well as the wonderful hinterland with olive groves, chestnut forests and traditional mountain villages.
The most famous parts of Campania are the Sorrento-peninsula with its prominent Amalfi coast and world-known places like Positano,
Amalfi and Sorrento. Not to forget the island of Ischia and Capri. South of it, the
however is a nearly
unknown stretch of land at the Tyrrhenian Sea, abound in culture and history. Just think of the philosophical school of Velia,
the Saracen towers which line the coast and the temples of Paestum. The Parco Nazionale del Cilento e del Vallo di Diano extends
over more than 170,000 ha and permits only sustainable tourism. You will look here in vain for mass tourism, large club structures etc.
In the small coastal towns Ascea, Agropoli, Casal Velino, Marina di Camerota, Paestum-Giungano,
Palinuro, Pisciotta and Vibonati you will
find a suitable holiday accommodation.
is located quite far in the north, between Tuscany and Lombardy. The center of the mostly
flat region is traversed by the fertile Po valley, the Apennine Mountains mark the southern border. Emilia-Romagna
is world-famous for its cuisine. Whether balsamic vinegar, Parma ham or Parmesan - here gourmets can enjoy the original
classics of the Italian cuisine. Have it all during a daytrip to the beautiful cities Bologna, Modena or Ravenna,
only to mention some of them. The holiday homes at the foot of the
Apennines are the starting point for the discovery of Emilia-Romagna's best: relaxation, good food and heady cultural treasures.
is a region in Central Italy that borders Tuscany in the north and Campania in the south. It's in particular
known for its capital, Rome. A thin stretch of coast in the south-west turns into a hilly landscape towards the north.
All over the region there are many sights listed as UNESCO world heritage, especially in Rome. In the Eternal City you
can enjoy life in the metropolis in one of our luxurious holiday apartments. In the 19th century Latium was one of the
big travel destinations and artists of the Romanticism painted its enchanting landscape more often than any other region in Italy.
The romantic charm of the landscape, the abundance of sights, the small towns with their medieval centers and the
long-standing sea resorts are within easy reach from the restored cottages in our programme, in Rome's hinterland.
the largest island in the Mediterranean, situated only few kilometres from the Italian mainland, is also
called the bridge between two worlds. Sicily is ideal for hikers and cyclists. The variety of landscapes
reaches from dried up regions to luxuriant vegetation like orange groves, cypresses, almond trees and palms.
The coast is surrounded by picturesque small seaports and a multiplicity of charming coves. A holiday apartment
in one of the enchanting old towns e.g. Syracuse, or in a holiday home in the hinterland are good ways to enjoy culture,
nature and bathing. Sicily with its provinces Agrigento, Enna, Catania, Messina, Palermo, Siracusa, Ragusa and Trapani,
offers you countless tourist attractions to spend an unforgettable vacation. Further parts of
Sicily are the Lipari and Egadian Islands. You can explore them on a day trip or during a stay in one of our holiday accommodations.
is a region in central Italy. Tuscany is a spot of land everyone is yearning for. Cypress hills,
stone cottages, olive groves - it's all been laid out in the charming landscape to please one's eyes.
But one would do the middle Italian region great injustice but reducing it to its classic rolling hills.
Rugged rocks in the Apuanian Alps, where the white Carrara marble comes from or the forests of the Garfagnana behind them,
that turn into a sea of Red and Gold in autumn, are just few of the lesser known and yet very worth-seeing parts of Tuscany.
Rent a typical Tuscan stone cottage in the cypress hills or a holiday apartment in Florence.
The Uffizi gallery and the perfection of Michelangelo's David will delight you.
is a central Italian region without coast. Bordering Tuscany, Lazio and the Marches, hilly Umbria heavily recalls Tuscany.
Rustic farms, converted into holiday homes convey very well the originality of this area. On the hills and mountains medieval
towns full of history sit enthroned. Perugia and Assisi are the most famous ones. But sport and nature lovers, too, get their
money's worth when hiking in the Apennines or during activities in and on the large lake Lago di Trasimeno. Even without the
sea you will have a refreshing stay in Umbria.
No matter if a luxurious modern apartment or a romantic holiday house made of natural stone - many of them have a swimming pool!
We hope you enjoy browsing through our sites.