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Charming villa (200 sqm on two floors) positioned on a 900 sqm plot of land with garden. Only 60 minutes by car from Rome!
Located in Marina Velca – Pian Di Spille (15 min from the Etruscan village of Tarquinia), this charming villa (200 sqm on two floors) positioned on a 900 sqm plot of land with garden, is the best for those seeking a relaxing holiday in the countryside nature, at only 60 minutes by car from Rome.
With 4 double bedrooms on the first floor, a triple and a double bedroom on the ground floor, and 4 bathrooms (with shower), it can host up to 12 people in a very comfortable accomodation. A shower is also available outside.
The large sitting room, with the inside dining area and the outdoor space, with barbecue, is ideal for parties with friends or relaxing evenings with the family
It is completely furnished with all guests need!
The fully equipped independent kitchen with oven, dishwasher, fridge and washing machine complete the villa.
A/C at the ground floor.
The whole villa and garden
Interazione con gli ospiti
Guests can contact Francesca & Simona everytime during the stay for information, suggestions or emergencies.
We usually give them all our contacts (home & mobile)
- Emilio Golf Club in Marina Velca
- Agriturismo Bagaglia - Via Litoranea Nord km 4,5, Località Vaccareccia, 01016 Tarquinia VT
- Agriturismo Podere Giulio - on the opposite side of Bagaglia
- Agriturismo La Valle del Marta - Km 93, Via Vecchia Aurelia, 01016 Tarquinia
- Restaurant Ambaradam - Piazza Giacomo Matteotti, Tarquinia
- Restaurant Namo - Via Giovanni Battista Marzi, 1, 01016 Tarquinia
Tarquinia (Italian: [tarˈkwiːnja]), formerly Corneto, is an old city in the province of Viterbo, Lazio, Italy, known chiefly since it was (mis-)named after the ancient city of Tarquinii (Roman) or Tarch(u)na (Etruscan), although it was built across the valley on the opposite hill to that city, and overlies some of its widespread ancient cemeteries. Little is visible of the once great wealth and extent of the ancient city, but archaeology is increasingly revealing glimpses of past glories.
Un giro nei dintorni
The Etruscan necropolises, with some 6,000 tombs, 200 of which include wall paintings. The main site is the Monterozzi necropolis, with a large number of tumulus tombs with chambers carved in the rock. The scenes painted include banquets, with dances and music, sporting events, occasional erotic and mythical scenes. There are also carved sarcophagi, some dating to the Hellenistic period. Famous tombs include the Tomb of the Bulls, Tomb of the Augurs and the Tomb of the Leopards. During the second half of the fourth century sculpted and painted sarcophagi of nenfro, marble and alabaster came into use. They were deposited on rock-carved benches or against the walls in the now very large underground chambers. The earliest sarcophagi are carved with the image of the deceased supine on the lid. The later and more numerous types show him or her reclining on the left side, facing the spectator and frequently holding a libation vessel; occasionally a man displays an inscribed scroll listing his ancestry and the magisterial offices he occupied. The stone boxes were decorated with reliefs of symbolic or mythological content, often derived from Tarentine models. Sarcophagi of this type, which continue until the second century, are found in such numbers at Tarquinia that they must have been manufactured locally. The walls of the tomb-chambers of the late period are painted with underworld demons escorting the dead on their journey to the beyond, scenes in the nether world, processions of magistrates and other symbols of the rank of the eminent members of the families buried there.
Remains of the so-called Ara della Regina temple (original dedication unknown), measuring c. 44 × 25 m and dating to c. 4th-3rd century BC. It was built in tufa with wooden structures and decorations, notably a frieze of winged horses in terracotta. Also traces of the Etruscan walls (c. 6-4th century BC) exist: they had a length of some 8 kilometres (5 miles).
The Palazzo Vitelleschi houses the Tarquinia National Museum.
The Tarquinia National Museum, with a large collection of archaeological findings. It is housed in the Renaissance Palazzo Vitelleschi, begun in 1436 and completed around
The church of Santa Maria di Castello
Church of Santa Maria di Castello (), with Lombard and Cosmatesque influences. The façade has a small bell-tower and three entrances. The interior has a nave and two aisles, divided by massive pilasters with palaeo-Christian capitals and friezes. Noteworthy are also the rose-window in the nave and the several marble works by Roman masters.
Tarquinia Cathedral, once in Romanesque-Gothic style but rebuilt after the 1643 fire, has maintained from the original edifice the 16th-century frescoes in the presbytery, by Antonio del Massaro
Church of San Giacomo and Santissima Annunziata, showing different Arab and Byzantine influences
The small church of San Martino (12th century)
The church of St. John the Baptist (12th century), with an elegant rose-window in the simple façade.
The Communal Palace, in Romanesque style, begun in the 13th century and restored in the 16th
The numerous medieval towers, including that of Dante Alighieri
The Palazzo dei Priori. The façade, remade in Baroque times, has a massive external staircase. The interior has a fresco cycle from 1429.
The Gothic-Romanesque church of San Pancrazio
Altre cose da evidenziare
Sport/Activities: A 9-hole golf course is a 5 min walk / several tennis courts / fishing / adventure park (
The local Beach (Voltunna) is at 15 min walk / 10 min by bike / 5 min by car
Sant’Agostino beach 15 min by car
Chiarone / Pescia Fiorentina beach 30 min by car
Capalbio Village and Marina di Capalbio 40 min by car
Argentario Coast (Ansedonia – 40 min, Porto Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano – 50 min)
Maremma Natural Park (Uccellina) – 1hr and 15 min
Ancient Etruscan / Medioeval villages worthy to explore:
Tarquinia – 15 min by car
Tuscania – 30 min by car
Vulci – 30 min by car
Tolfa – 42 min by car
Smoking is allowed outside only
1) Check-in is from 2 pm to 8,30 pm – check-out within 11 am
2) From 8,30pm to 11,00 pm we ask a surplus of euro 30 as we need to send someone specifically for this purpose.
3) From 11 pm onwards we ask a surplus of euro 50 as we need to send someone specifically for this purpose, so late at night.
The best for our guests would be to rent a car to better explore and live the area, however if needed we also offer private driver service from / to Rome airports. Ask us for rates
4) We kindly ask you:
- not to smoke inside the villa
- to always switch off lights and air conditioning when you go out
- to keep in order and clean common spaces inside and outside (kithchen and meals area)
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Hi, I am Francesca, the Hosting Manager of different apartments in Rome.
I am Italian and speak fluent Russian and good English.
I have always lived in Rome , but I have travelled a lot both for educational and working purposes.
I use to cooperate with my sister Simona, who manages other very nice apartments here in Rome.
If you don't find my places available, please see the links below :
www.airbnb.it/rooms/115789 (La Bella Sostaal centro di Roma).
https://www.airbnb.it/rooms/7220390 (La Bella Sosta al Vaticano).
I love to socialize with new friends and thanks to this activity I can do it very often.
I love this job and the way I can make other people feel happy and comfortable during their vacations.
So, I really hope those who read this will be my guests very soon!