The Lazio region is located in central Italy and borders the Tyrrhenian Sea in the southwest of the region. The capital of Lazio and Italy, Rome, is centrally located. The former center of the Roman Empire outshines the region. The city's numerous landmarks such as the Colosseum attract a large number of tourists to the capital every year. But there is a lot more to discover. Lazio is divided into five provinces, including Latina and Frosinone.
Spacious and secluded holiday homes in Lazio
In order to avoid the tourist stream, we do not offer our holiday homes in the immediate vicinity of Rome. We have specialized in luxury holiday homes in Lazio and all of Italy, offering holidaymakers enough privacy and relaxation. You will not notice the hustle and bustle of the tourist attraction – unless, of course, you want to. In that case, the city of Rome is close enough to our holiday homes in Lazio for a day trip.
The spacious holiday homes with many amenities such as a private pool and large outdoor areas are available for travel groups or families. They offer space for 3 to 16 people and are all of high quality and modern. So, you can relax in the holiday home in Lazio and enjoy your holiday in Italy in peace. There is also the option of booking domestic help or cooks for the holiday home. Relaxation in a private holiday home in Lazio is ideal and you can start your holiday in central Italy without any worries.
Rent a holiday house in Lazio near Rome
Of course, the capital of Italy, Rome, has a great attraction in the region. From the holiday homes, the city is easy to reach by car, so that a day trip to the metropolis can be planned. With its imposing history going back to antiquity, Rome offers many sights. Ancient ruins or the Vatican City, the seat of the Roman Catholic Church, are worth a trip to the city. Those who would like to see more than the typical tourist spots can take a walk along the Tiber. In the Tiber one arrives at a small island, the Isola Tiberina. It is suitable for a little break from the hustle and bustle of the city. After a day like this, it is all the more beautiful when you can return to the somewhat secluded holiday home outside the city and enjoy the sunset in peace by the pool or with a glass of wine.
HOLIDAY HOME IN THE GREEN COUNTRYSIDE OF LAZIO
Whether on foot or by bike, many different hiking trails and small roads lead through the impressive landscape of central Italy and show another side to the city of Rome. Enjoy the calm and serenity of the Italian Dolce Vita, try specialties of the region such as the wine or the typical Roman cuisine.
If you want to get to know the Lazio region, there are many options. In addition to Rome, there are many small villages that show Italy from the quiet and more conservative side. The region is divided into different areas.
Province of Viterbo
Viterbo is the second largest province of Lazio and located in the northwest of the region. It borders the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west. One particularly fascinating place of interest is the village of Civita di Bagnoregio. It is located on a hill and only accessible via a single footbridge. A surreal experience that offers a 360° view of breathtaking landscapes. The village is part of the association “I Borghi più belli d'Italia”, the most beautiful villages in Italy.
Province of Rieti
The province of Rieti lies in the northeast of Lazio. It is characterized in particular by the limestone mountains of Abruzzo. The highest mountain at 2,458 meters is the Monte Gorzano. Some of the holiday homes are in the vicinity, so that leisure activities in the hilly landscape of Lazio are ideal.
Metropolitan City of Rome Capital
The province of Rome has more to offer than the actual city of Rome. Anyone interested in the history of the country should take a trip to Castel Gandolfo. The Pope's summer residence is on Lake Albano, which lies below Monte Cavo. The view from the old ruin over the lake and the hills behind it are impressive and breathtaking. After visiting the castle, you can refresh yourself at Lake Albano. The special thing about it is the black sand on the bottom of the lake. The volcano is responsible for this and makes the lake shimmer in special colors.
Province of Frosinone
The province of Frosinone is located south and southeast of Rome. It offers fascinating landscapes and sights such as the Pozzo d’Antullo and the Montecassino. The abbey of Montecassino was built around the year 529, highlighting the centuries-old history and culture of the region.
Province of Latina
The province of Latina lies south of Rome and Frosinone. Like Rieti, the area is characterised by hill and mountain landscapes but also marshland with the Argo Pontino. The close proximity to the Tyrrhenian Sea also means that plenty of vast beaches can be found in Latina.
Rent a villa in Lazio
After an eventful excursion, you can relax in your holiday home or holiday villa. The in-house pool provides refreshment and the green and idyllic garden provides cozy relaxation. Some of the houses also have a grill so that you can enjoy a wonderful BBQ with family or friends in the evening. Enjoy yourself in one of our holiday homes and experience the Lazio region.