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    Holiday Apartment near Formia, Latina Province, Lazio, Italy

    Italian Homestay, Delightful Holiday Apartments between Rome and Naples


    €400 - €980
    per week

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    Italian Homestay

    Apartment Ref: 13091

    • Sleeps 4
    • Self Catering
    • 2 Bedrooms
    • No Smoking
    • 1 Bathrooms
    • No Pets
    • Near beaches
      Nice swimming pool
      Daily excursions
    • Car essential
      Changeover
      Saturday

    Nearest Airport: Naples Capodichino (94km)

    Description

    Solaria Homes Apartments is located in Lazio, close to the splendid Gulf of Gaeta and in the middle of a geographical area with important tourist destinations such as Rome, Naples, Pompeii, Montecassino, the Royal Palace of Caserta and of course the Ulysses Riviera with its centers with amazing landscapes and tourist sites.

    Solaria Homes Apartments, located on the Via Appia (Appian Way - Regina Viarum) between the centres of Formia, Gaeta and Itri is immersed in the greenery of a vast garden with palms and shady vegetation and a swimming pool of 14 meters, a solarium area with parasols, sunbeds and showers as well as a relax area with summer lounges in an atmosphere of absolute tranquillity.

    The apartments consist of 2 bedrooms, bathroom, living room with adjoining kitchen area and an outdoor veranda with sitting area.
    They are equipped with air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, crockery, cutlery, refrigerator, washing machine, microwave oven,
    There is a car park, a small square in front of the apartments with a goldfish fountain.

    Location of holiday rental near Formia, Latina Province, Lazio

    Holiday Type: Beach, Mountain, Historic/Sightseeing, Town/City, Family
    Local Activities: Swimming/Watersports, Walking, Fishing, Climbing, Cycling/Mountain Biking, Local Market
    Nearest Airport: Naples Capodichino
    Rome Ciampino
    Rome Fiumicino
    94km
    155km
    182km
    Nearest Railway Station: Formia 3km
    Nearest Ferry Port: Formia 3.5km
    Nearest Bus Station: Appia 0.150km
    Nearest Beach: Vindicio 3.5km
    Nearest Pub/Restaurant: Restaurant La Scogliera 3.5km

    Location description

    LATINA
    Before the four "new cities" built in the province of Latina between 1932 and 1937, with the name of Littoria, the current city of Latina, it summarizes at least two aspects: that of the land "reconquered" with the reclamation of the Agro Pontino, and the other of the new city, symbol of the magnificent and progressive fate of the Regime. Designed and built by Oriolo Frezzotti, according to a rough, impressive and functional monumentality, Latina also emanates the suggestions of the cities of De Chirico and Sironi, although it has undergone not so happy interventions in the post-war period. The eastern part falls within the Circeo National Park, with the Fogliano Park and the homonymous coastal lake, the English villa, the botanical garden and the facilities for naturalistic animation and the study of the environment.
    Among the noteworthy historical and archaeological sites, the archaeological area of ​​Satricum and the home of the martyrdom of S. Maria Goretti
    The Lido di Latina has been awarded the Blue Flag F.E.E.

    SABAUDIA
    In a single glance, the relaxing waters of the lake, the dune cordon, kilometers of that beach, often solitary, along which Alberto Moravia used to walk, the sea, the green everywhere and the imposing bulk of the Promontory of the Circeo dominating from southeast Sabaudia is the headquarters of the Directorate of the Circeo National Park, with the Visitor Center, the Naturalistic Museum and the Documentation Center on School Education and the Health Work in the Pontine Marshes "Claudia Ortese".
    Despite its young age, Sabaudia preserves important testimonies of presences that preceded its foundation for centuries: the thirteenth century Shrine of the Sorresca, the Palazzo di Domiziano (one of the most important archaeological complexes of the lower Lazio), the so-called Fonte di Lucullo, the F.Murena swimming pool (powered by the sea).

    SAN FELICE CIRCEO
    Stage of the long human story that, passing beyond the limits of written history wraps itself in the myth of the adventure of Ulysses who landed here attracted by the Maga Circe, and long lived prey of the grass of love moly, this area was inhabited by very remote ages .
    The numerous finds gathered in the Homo Sapiens et Habitat exhibit and, above all, the numerous sea caves in which the skull of a Neanderthal man was found, bones of animals, tools and tools, remains of prehistoric men (caves of the goats, Guttari, Fossellone and Breuil). and that accompany the summit of the mountain and the historical center.
    The area is a splendid environmental synthesis in which the promontory stands out, the only height of the Pontine plain, from whose top there is a vast panorama that embraces the Agro Pontino, the mountains, the sea and the Pontine islands.

    TERRACINA
    Two symbols of Terracina: the sea and the Temple of Jupiter Anxur, part of a monumental complex that constituted the acropolis, located on Mount S. Angelo, from which there is a breathtaking view that embraces the gulf and the Pontine islands, up to extend, in particularly serene days, to the pearls of Ischia and Capri. Here Terracina shows its appearance as a tourist town with its long beach of fine golden sand, ideally divided into the Riviera di Ponente and the Riviera di Levante, served by equipped facilities; the parks, the receptive structures, the colorful port-channel of the fishermen and the two docks for pleasure boats, up to the arm from which the connections with the islands of Ponza and Ventotene, the canal-ports and docks of Badino and Foce Sisto .
    For those who like to alternate the sea with a relaxing and uncontaminated hill, for a few kilometers you can reach the Natural Monument of Campo Soriano, an area particularly interesting from a geological point of view, incorporated as the Natural Monument Monte S. Angelo-Tempio di Giove Anxur, in the Monti Ausoni and Lago di Fondi Regional Park.

    SPERLONGA
    The town of Sperlonga, perched on the tongue of land of Monte S. Magno, along the S. S. Flacca, owes its name to the natural caves - the speluncae - that open along the coast. The village retains its original nucleus with a typically Mediterranean flavor, with white buildings, small arches escapes between the narrow alleys and occasionally a glimpse of sea and sky. From the small square of the village there are alleys and steps leading to the most pristine sea of ​​Lazio, also awarded with the Blue Flag of the Fee, symbol of high quality of the water and services to tourists. The coastline is really enchanting, long golden sandy beaches frame a blue and crystalline sea. Do not miss the beautiful sandy beaches with singular names: Fontana, Canzatora, Salette e Bonifica.
    Beyond the town lies the beach of Angolo, with the cave of Tiberio and, after the promontory of the Ciannito, which extends to the sea, the coast of Bazzano. The last beach is that of the Dolls, on which the homonymous cave opens.

    GAETA
    Gaeta is a seaside resort of the middle Tyrrhenian that enjoys the favor of a temperate climate, the presence of equipment and quality accommodation and bathing facilities and numerous historical, monumental and religious testimonies of different eras.
    Its coastline is a succession of beaches (S. Agostino, S.Vito, Arenata, Ariana, Quaranta Remi, Fontana and, now inserted in the urban fabric, Serapo) bounded by rocky spurs, on which stand the coastal towers, bays and enchanting coves. Numerous religious buildings of artistic and cultural value: the Cathedral of St. Erasmus, full of paintings and seventeenth-century works, and the Norman bell tower, the churches of the Holy Annunziata with the adjacent Grotta d'oro, of S. Giovanni a sea, of the Sorresca, of S.Francesco, of S.Domenico.
    A short distance from the neighborhood is the Sanctuary of the Most Holy Trinity located on Mount Orlando, a protected area within the Regional Park of the Ulysses Riviera, which dominates a stretch of sea declared Blue Oasis.
    Gaeta is awarded the Blue Flag F.E.E.

    FORMIA
    In the heart of the Gulf of Gaeta, where the influence of the cold winds is less strong and the mountains rise to protect the whole area, rises Formia, a seaside resort of ancient traditions, favorite place of the ancient Roman bourgeoisie that left you with remains of dozens of villas and even tombs, the most illustrious of which is the one attributed to Cicero, who was killed here and here also has his funeral monument.
    The history of Formia (from the Greek "hormiai" or "landing") is one of the oldest of the cities of the south Pontine: according to legend, Ulysses landed there with his fleet, but he was the only one who managed to save his own ship due to the presence on the territory of ancient cannibal giants, the Lestrigoni. Formia presents a historical and natural heritage of great value, it is no coincidence that historical evidence shows that it has been inhabited since 500 BC by an ancient Italic people known as the Volsci.
    Among the places of greatest interest we point out the Tower of Castellone, the Port of Caposele, Villa Rubino and the Forum of Nerva

    PONZA & VENTOTENE
    Ponza & Ventotene where you can discover the most hidden corners and fully experience the warmth and hospitality of the inhabitants.
    At the worldliness and the "vivacity" of Ponza and Ventotene, which have a varied type of accommodation facilities, made in harmony with the island architecture of clear Mediterranean flavor, are the counterpart to the wild and absolutely unspoiled nature of the smaller islands: Palmarola , just over 7 miles from the port of Ponza, with the only possibility of landing at Cala di S. Silverio with the homonymous beach; S.Stefano, just over a nautical mile from Ventotene with which it shares the recognition of the State Natural Reserve and the Marine Protected Islands of S. Stefano and Ventotene.
    For those not lucky enough to own a boat, the main islands can be reached with annual and summer connections from Formia, Terracina and S.Felice Circeo (province of Latina), and Anzio (province of Rome).

    SCAURI & MINTURNO
    The town has ancient origins, aurunche and Roman origins on a hill dominating the seaside villages of Scauri, the ancient Pyrae, and Marina di Minturno.
    Its town extended to the edge of the Garigliano river, which marks the border between the Province of Latina and Lazio, with the Province of Caserta and Campania, crossed by the ancient chain bridge built by the Bourbons in 1828 and completely restored.
    In this area stands one of the main archaeological complexes of Lazio: Minturnae, an area of ​​great historical-monumental value, rich as it is of vestiges and works: the Theater, home to a rich calendar of summer performances and with a capacity of 2,500 places, temples, the republican forum, the imperial forum, the capitolium, the tabernae, the macellum and the antiquarium, the thermal plant.

    Tourist attractions

    HALF DAY EXCURSIONS
    GAETA
    its name derives from that of Cajeta, the nurse of Aeneas who according to the legend wants to be buried along the coast on which the city is developed. Visit the medieval quarter, which cherishes corners of great charm and monuments of considerable artistic importance: such as the Angevin-Aragonese Castle and the Cathedral with its particular bell tower of Arab influence. Continuation of the visit to the Sanctuary of the S.S. Trinity or the so-called Split Mountain because according to tradition, the summit on which it stands broke because of the earthquake that occurred at the moment of Christ's death.

    FORMIA
    important center of ancient Rome. The real gem of the city is the Roman Cisternone: a floating pier, soft lights, a background music, create a magical atmosphere that allows you to cross the threshold of history. The imposing structure of the 1st century BC, brought to light 11.10.2003, is considered one of the 4 largest tanks in Europe and covers an area of ​​1,600 square meters, divided into 4 naves giving the feeling of entering a impressive cathedral. Do not miss the Archaeological Museum, the Tomb of Cicero and the medieval district of Castellone.

    MARANOLA
    small medieval town in a panoramic position on the Gulf of Gaeta. The village is accessed through a single arch-shaped door from which branch off a series of streets and lanes that climb up to the main tower of the village. Walking through its alleys seems to be back in time. Visit of the historic center and stop for a tasting of the typical "marzolina" goat cheese.

    MINTURNAE
    ancient Roman city considered one of the oldest centers of Lower Lazio, located at the mouth of the river Garigliano, on the border between Lazio and Campania. From this period the Aqueduct, the theater, the Forum with its Temples, the walls, and the Amphitheater are still visible. Even today, walking through the silent remains of the ancient Appia that crosses the archaeological area, observing the remains of the shops and alleys, one has the impression of reliving the atmosphere of the Roman age.

    SPERLONGA
    an ancient village overlooking the sea characterized by its white houses, narrow streets that descend to the sea, small squares, views and enchanting views of the sea and the hill. The city owes its name to the "spelunche", natural caves that open along the coast. The most important is the Grotto of Tiberius, the Roman Emperor, who had included it in its sumptuous villa and decorated with sculptural groups of Homeric subject, now preserved inside the Archaeological Museum: Rat of Palladio da Troia, Blinding of Polyphemus , Assault of Scylla to the ship of Ulysses.

    FONDI
    Roman and then medieval city, whose city center has maintained the shape of the castrum. The most famous monument is the Baronial Castle, which was started by the Castani in 1300, but the most important one is certainly the Romanesque Cathedral dedicated to Saint Peter.

    TERRACINA
    located at the southeastern end of the Pontine plain. Shopping center in Roman times, in the Middle Ages it was the subject of disputes between the Papal States and the Kingdom of Naples. The town retains a precious medieval part that has its center in the splendid Piazza del Municipio which stands on the site of the Foro Emiliano. Visit of the Temple of Jupiter Anxur placed on the summit of Monte S. Angelo. The construction dates back to the first century BC. C. and the remains that can be visited are only part of a complex of buildings that were once part of the acropolis: the base of the stalls and the cryptoporticus.

    ABBEY OF FOSSANOVA
    famous monument of Gothic-Cistercian architecture that was founded in the ninth century by the Benedictines and then passed in 1135 to the Cistercian monks. It is considered the first Italian building in Cistercian style. Outside the abbey building rises the building that housed the pilgrims, the guesthouse, where in a small room on the second there is the small room where in 1274 S.Tommaso d'Aquino died.

    SABAUDIA AND CIRCEO NATIONAL PARK
    Sabaudia known as the city of "Rationalism" and the Circeo National Park, the third Italian park after the one of Gran Paradiso and that of Abruzzo. Established in 1934 to protect not only the homonymous promontory, but also the lakes, lagoons and coastal dunes that make up the evidence of the ancient territorial assets, modified by land reclamation completed between the 18th and 20th centuries. Short stop along the Quaternary Dune near the coastal lakes.

    SERMONETA
    considered one of the most intact medieval villages of Southern Lazio with an intact urban structure and collected within the walls. The most important monument of the village is the Caetani Castle, built in the twelfth century. and turned into a fortress in the early 16th century.

    EXHIBITION CENTER OF PIANA DELLE ORME
    where history is the protagonist. A route divided into 14 thematic pavilions, including special effects, reconstructions and settings, for an unforgettable journey through time: the disembarkation at Anzio, the battle of Montecassino and a dip in the history of the Pontine reclamation and Italian agriculture.

    NINFA
    defined by Gregorovius "the Pompei of the Middle Ages": a splendid and wild garden full of ruins of ancient buildings and famous churches. It stands on the banks of a picturesque pond formed by the springs of the river Ninfa in whose waters is reflected a medieval tower (Caetani castle). The Botanical Garden preserves plants from all over the world. Near the ruins there is a protected area called Oasi di Ninfa.

    ABBEY OF MONTECASSINO
    considered one of the most important monasteries of Christendom as St. Benedict, who built it in the 6th century, here dictated his monastic Rule that added to the vows of chastity, poverty and obedience, the obligation of study and manual labor.

    DAILY EXCURSIONS
    PONZA ISLAND
    an island considered one of the most fascinating and with the cleanest water in the whole of the Mediterranean. In 7 Km2 of land stretches of spectacular beauty like Chiaia di Luna with the high white cliff that gives the sea an unreal whitish color; o Cala Feola, with natural pools. Upon arrival on the island, a tour by minibus to discover its most evocative corners. Afternoon free for optional visits, by boat, to natural caves.
    VENTOTENE ISLAND
    place of particular naturalistic and historical interest. The ancient port, dug into the tufaceous rock, a unique example of Roman port architecture throughout the Mediterranean, the magnificent remains of the Roman villa of Giulia, wife of Tiberius, the murenary and the ancient fish ponds, the Roman cisterns, the Archaeological Museum and the heritage of the ships still submerged in the seabed, constitute an archaeological park of rare interest and beauty. Arrival on the island, meeting with the guide and visit of the Roman port, the Roman cisterns and the historical center.

    EXCURSIONS TO RIVIERA DI ULISSE
    ROME
    The Eternal City. Morning to be dedicated to Ancient Rome: the Colosseum (exterior), Via dei Fori Imperiali, ancient center of commercial, political and judicial life, the Campidoglio, Piazza Venezia dominated by the Vittoriano. In the afternoon we will continue to discover the most beautiful squares in Italy: Piazza Navona nicknamed the Teatro di Pietra, Piazza di Spagna, the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon. In the evening, return to the hotel, dinner and overnight.

    CASTELLI ROMANI
    considered the hills of Bacchus. We will visit the Colli Albani region, where the ancient Roman patricians had their summer residences and where even today the Pope spends his holidays. The route winds through towns and villages located on the rolling hills covered with woods and vineyards whose fruits, skilfully processed and blended, give life to the famous local cuisine and its tasty wines. The first town you meet is Frascati, famous for its white wine and patrician villas, among which we mention in particular Villa Aldobrandini, with its park adorned with statues and fountains. Continue to Grottaferrata with a visit to the Abbey of San Nilo, where precious Domenichino frescoes can be admired. Later stages are Rocca di Papa and Nemi, from which you can enjoy a wonderful view of the lake of the same name. Stop for lunch in a typical fraschetta, an old tavern where the local wine was poured and consumed. The wine tasting will be accompanied by the tasting of typical local products: artisan bread, cured meats and cheeses, sweets.
    Visit of the historic center.

    NAPLES
    city ​​full of contrasts. Guided tour of the historic center recognized by UNESCO world heritage, which can be considered with its more than 50 churches a real outdoor museum. Visit of the exteriors of Palazzo Reale in the beautiful Piazza Plebiscito with a stop for the tasting of a Sfogliatella or a Bab, of Maschio Angioino, San Carlo theater, of Galleria Umberto I, of the complex complex of Santa Chiara with the beautiful "Cloister", and of the Certosa di San Martino, from where you can admire an exceptional panorama of Naples.

    CASERTA
    the "City of the Neapolitan eighteenth century" for the numerous testimonies of art and structures made by the Bourbons. Upon arrival, meeting with the guide and visit of the Royal Palace of Caserta, a masterpiece by Luigi Vanvitelli, built in the eighteenth century by the will of Carlo Borbone in order to compete with the glories of Versailles. It consists of dozens of halls of honor and representation, from the library, chapels, court theater and a park that stretches, for over 3 km, full of fountains, with water features and marble groups and an enchanting natural environment.

    PARK OF THE FLEGREI FIELDS
    where one of the major attractions is the Solfatara di Pozzuoli, which shows all the typical phenomena of a volcano in the quiescent state and of the annexed archaeological area. The Archaeological Park of Cuma, the Flavian Amphitheater and the castle of Baia are also part of the area. POMPEI considered one of the most famous sites in the world not only because of the size of the excavations that brought to light an entire city, but also because it offers a unique insight into the daily life of 2000 years ago.

    TORRE ANNUNZIATA
    where many Roman villas were located, including the splendid Villa Oplontis, a grandiose residential building from the mid-1st century BC, attributed to Poppaea Sabina, second wife of Emperor Nero. The villa has a beautiful porch that opens onto a garden with a large swimming pool decorated with statues. Inside there is a series of remarkable wall paintings.

    SORRENTO
    with its craft shops of the famous Sorrento inlay, the cloister of San Francesco and the panoramic Villa Comunale from which you can admire the Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria where Caruso stayed. During the day transfer to Piana di Sorrento for a half day to dedicate to the famous Neapolitan Pizza at a farm. Upon arrival, the group is welcomed by a family member who will explain to them the story of the company and the family while they enjoy a snack. At the end the lesson begins with the preparation of the pizza dough, equipped with apron and white hat, in front of the wood-burning oven. While the dough rises, a guided tour of the company takes place: the mill of 1600, the cellar full of typical products, the barn, the piggery, the henhouse. The visit ends with the practical demonstration of cheese making. Pizza lunch at the company's restaurant. After lunch a personalized parchment is given to each participant and the most original pizza is awarded.

    THE AMALFI COAST
    considered one of the most beautiful landscapes in Italy: an enchanting set of crops declining towards the sea and small villages overlooking the sea. Visit of Positano, Conca dei Marini, Amalfi and Ravello.

    HERCULANEUM
    the millenary city, built as a residential settlement. The ancient city was submerged by a large mass of eruptive material mixed with mud during the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD What is admired today, after the excavations, are the remains of a town that denoted the presence of rich inhabitants, thanks to findings of bronzes, marbles and silvers.

    ISCHIA ISLAND
    the largest of the islands of the Gulf of Naples, is considered "the green island" for its lush vegetation. The essentially volcanic nature makes it an island unique in the world for the great variety of thermal springs and radioactive sources, located throughout the territory. Upon arrival at Ischia Porto, a two-hour tour of the island begins, by private coach, through Ischia Porto, Casamicciola, Lacco Ameno, Forio, Barano, Serrara Fontana.

    CAPRI ISLAND
    famous throughout the world for its fascinating natural scenery, such as the Blue Grotto and the Faraglioni. It preserves fascinating evidence of its distant past, remains of the fortification walls of the Greek Acropolis (VI-V century BC), the Bagni di Tiberio, the Villa Iovis (palace of Tiberius) and the Torre del Faro. Even today, visiting Capri means immersing yourself in a cocktail of history, culture, tradition and worldliness.

    ANAGNI
    called the city of the Popes since the Middle Ages as it was the birthplace of four pontiffs. In the historic center you can visit the civic palace, the Cathedral, the Palace of Bonifacio VIII, which collects panels and illustrative material on the city with archaeological finds, and the Museo del Tesoro del Duomo, with objects of liturgical use, ancient inscriptions and frescoes dating back to the twelfth century.

    CASAMARI ABBEY
    built by the Benedictine monks in 1035. In 1140 it was ceded to the Cistercians who completely rebuilt it into one of the most important monastic centers of central Italy.

    ABBAZIA DI TRISULTI
    religious complex in a panoramic position between the Rio valley and the river valley, in the middle of the Ernici mountains. The Innocent III palace, which houses the monastery library and the eighteenth-century pharmacy, is worth a visit.

    SUBIACO
    whose name indicates the villa of Nero, built on the edge of an artificial lake, has gone down in history for the religious and artistic value of the monasteries of S. Scolastica and S. Benedetto erected in a suggestive position. But even the alleys, shops and medieval arches are a source of attraction, as they have been able to preserve intact the charm of the Middle Ages.

    VEROLI
    quiet town nestled on a hill at the foot of the Ernici Mountains. Very interesting is the visit of the historic center with the thirteenth-century cathedral of St. Andrea in which there is a collection of objects of Byzantine and Arab-Sicilian sacred art, and the remains of the polygonal walls of the ernica acropolis.

    Directions

    From Rome - distance about 120 km, travel time about 100 minutes.
    1. Take the SS 148 Pontina, once in Vindicio di Formia, turn left and take the SS 7 Appia in the direction of Itri, after the "25 Bridges", the second road on the right.
    2. Take the A1 motorway towards Naples and exit at one of the following toll booths:
    - Frosinone, take the road towards Latina, after about 10 km take the highway towards Terracina. Once in Terracina take the Appia and continue to Itri, after the town continue for about 8.5 km and turn left into Via Appia Lato Roma n. 34.
    - Ceprano, take the SS 82 towards San Giovanni assignment, Pico and then Itri (winding road but with crossing of characteristic villages, wooded areas and panoramic view from Terracina to Gaeta).
    - Cassino, take the highway to Formia. Once in Formia (about 40 minutes) take the SS 7 Appia and continue towards Itri (easier).
    From Naples - distance about 90 km, travel time about 70 minutes
    1. Take the SS Domiziana towards Formia. At Formia take the SS 7 Appia and continue towards Itri.
    2. Take the A1 motorway towards Rome and exit at the Cassino exit. Take the expressway to Formia immediately at the exit, where you can then take the SS 7 Appia and continue towards Itri.
    BY TRAIN
    The nearest and most important stations are those of Itri which is 4 km away, Fondi-Sperlonga, which is about 25 km towards Rome, and that of Formia-Gaeta, which is 4 km towards Naples. east of the Eastern Riviera.

    Accommodation, Facilities and Services

    Suitability: No Smoking, No Pets
    General: Air conditioning, Central heating, Indoor pool, Internet Access, Hairdryer
    Car parking, microwave oven,
    Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
    1 Double/s, 1 Twin/s
    For each apartment
    Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom/s
    1 Bath/s, 1 Shower/s
    n. 2 apartments have baths and 2 apartments have shower
    Lounge: Seating for 4 people
    TV
    Dining Area: Seating for 4 people , High chair
    Kitchen/Utility: Oven, Hob, Grill, Fridge, Freezer, Microwave, Coffee maker, Washing machine, Ironing board, Iron
    Outdoors: Swimming Pool, Shared garden, Terrace, Sunloungers, Patio table, Patio chairs, Sunshade, Outside shower
    Access: Car essential, Private car park
    Services: Linen provided, Towels provided, Cleaning included, Cleaning extra, Laundry extra

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    01/02/2019-12/04/2019 €400€60€60 3 Days
    13/04/2019-19/04/2019 €555€80€80 3 Days
    20/04/2019-24/05/2019 €450€65€65 3 Days
    25/05/2019-16/06/2019 €520€75€75 3 Days
    15/06/2019-28/06/2019 €560-- 7 Days
    29/06/2019-12/07/2019 €630-- 7 Days
    13/07/2019-19/07/2019 €665-- 7 Days
    20/07/2019-02/08/2019 €700-- 7 Days
    03/08/2019-09/08/2019 €770-- 7 Days
    10/08/2019-16/08/2019 €980-- 7 Days
    17/08/2019-23/08/2019 €840-- 7 Days
    24/08/2019-30/08/2019 €770-- 7 Days
    31/08/2019-06/09/2019 €630-- 7 Days
    07/09/2019-13/09/2019 -€85€85 3 Days
    14/09/2019-20/09/2019 -€75€75 3 Days
    21/09/2019-27/09/2019 -€70€70 3 Days
    28/09/2019-28/03/2020 -€60€60 3 Days

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    Deposit/Booking Notes

    Reservation & Payment
    It is possible to make an on-line reservation using the booking system on our website www.solariahomes.it
    In case of booking by telephone or email is necessary to inform us about last & first name, telephone number, e-mail address, period of stay, number of people, credit card number in order to guarantee the confirmation in accordance with our cancellation policy. The balance will be paid upon arrival. Alternatively, a 30% deposit can be made to confirm by bank transfer and the balance must be sent 15 dd before arrival. A deposit of 150 euros will be asked upon arrival and returned back in case of no damnage.

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    Owner Details

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    Owner Name:
    Mino

    Property Ref:
    13091

    Languages Spoken:
    English, French, Spanish, Italian

    Preferred Contact Method:
    Enquiry Form

    Telephone Number

    Primary Telephone:
    3920841541

    Secondary Telephone:
    3420204682

    Owner joined website:
    17 June 2018

    Property listed since:
    18 June 2018

    Link to owners website:
    www.solariahomes.it

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    Italian Homestay Ref: 13091

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    Owner Details

    Contact Cosmo Reganato

    Owner Name: Mino

    Property Ref: 13091

    Languages Spoken: English, French, Spanish, Italian

    Preferred Contact Method: Enquiry Form

    Telephone Number

    Primary Telephone: 3920841541

    Secondary Telephone: 3420204682

    Owner joined website: 17 June 2018

    Property listed since: 18 June 2018

    Link to owners website: www.solariahomes.it

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    Italian Homestay

    Apartment Ref: 13091

    • Sleeps 4
    • Self Catering
    • 2 Bedrooms
    • No Smoking
    • 1 Bathrooms
    • No Pets
    • Near beaches
      Nice swimming pool
      Daily excursions
    • Car essential
      Changeover
      Saturday

    Nearest Airport: Naples Capodichino (94km)


    €400 - €980
    per week

    Owner Details

    Owner Name:
    Mino

    Property Ref:
    13091

    Languages Spoken:
    English, French, Spanish, Italian

    Preferred Contact Method:
    Enquiry Form

    Telephone Number

    Primary Telephone:
    3920841541

    Secondary Telephone:
    3420204682

    Owner joined website:
    17 June 2018

    Property listed since:
    18 June 2018

    Link to owners website:
    www.solariahomes.it

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