Piedmont comes from al piè dei monti - at the foot of the mountains. The name of this region in Northern Italy could not be more appropriate, since Piedmont encompasses the north- western part of the Italian Alpine belt. Bordering Switzerland to the north and France to the west, the area is particularly popular with residents living near the border. Nevertheless, Piedmont is considered to be less developed for tourism and is therefore an inside tip for all those who seek relaxation during their holiday in Italy.
The prosperity of the region is obvious not only through the palaces and castles but also in the numerous luxurious villas. Our holiday villas offer you pure luxury with beautiful gardens, private pool and impressive interiors. In order to preserve the antique flair, the classic style elements have been preserved in the holiday villas. Of course, you do not have to go without modern conveniences. The furnishings have been completed with matching modern elements without spoiling the Italian charm. The exterior of the holiday villa in Piedmont is just as beautiful as the interior. The comfortable terrace offers views over green hills, the blue water of the lake or the artfully landscaped garden with pool. The perfect place to enjoy your coffee in the morning at sunrise and a glass of regional wine at sunset.
Depending on the holiday villa in Piedmont, there is room for up to 16 people, so a holiday with the whole family or as a group is definitely possible. Most holiday villas are divided into main and side houses, therefore the maximum number of people does not have to be reached to rent the holiday villa.
Enjoy the incredibly beautiful region of Northern Italy and spend your holiday in a holiday villa in Piedmont. Our holiday homes are located around Alba, Alessandria, Asti and all around Lake Maggiore.
Holiday villa in Piedmont by the lake
Lake Maggiore is one of the most popular tourist resorts in the Piedmont region. The azure blue water and the view on the mountains offer the perfect panorama for an idyllic stay. Enjoy the views, for example during your daily breakfast on the terrace of your holiday villa in Piedmont by the lake. In your holiday villa, you will not want for anything. The interior is modern but still has the typical Italian style. Classic wood and stone elements mix in perfect harmony with the modern interior. The garden adjacent to the holiday villa offers the possibility to relax amongst the greenery with a glass of wine. As many of the holiday villas also have a barbecue, nothing stands in the way of a nice evening on the terrace.
Rent a country house in Piedmont
Agriculture was and still is of great importance for the region. It ranges from rice growing to wine and livestock breeding, which provides meat and cheese. It is therefore not surprising that many old country houses and farmhouses characterise the region. Our country houses are completely renovated and luxuriously furnished, but the typical charm of the buildings and their surroundings remains. The large and lavishly planted gardens invite you to feel at home and the private pool provides a way to cool off on hot days. Enjoy your holiday in a country house in Piedmont.
Vacation in Piedmont
Geographically, the region is made up of three parts - the Alps, the hills and the Po Valley.
The impressive landscape of Piedmont excites every nature lover. Mount Rosa and Mount Bianco are the largest mountains of the region and ideal for hiking. The Grand Paradiso National Park is definitely worth a visit if you want to explore the wildlife and alpine environment. There are many other amazing places surrounded by breathtaking natural landscapes you may visit during your holiday in Piedmont. Among those are Monferrato, the Castello della Manta, and the hilly area Langhe.
As Piedmont was and still is one of the richest regions in the country, there are many castles, palaces and impressive churches to visit. In particular, Turin, the first capital of Italy, stands out. Turin is also renowned as the little Paris because of its evident French style. Old cafés, big squares and its elegant, baroque buildings of the 18th century are remarkable. This city is absolutely worth a visit and offers, besides the above-mentioned impressive buildings, Europe's largest market and some of the world's best museums. For example, the Egyptian Museum has the second largest collection of Egyptian treasures after Cairo and the Automobile Museum is one of the 15 best museums of the world.
The Piedmont region is also famous for its culinary highlights. If you are keen on wine tourism, the wine roads of Piedmont are highly recommended. Strada del Barolo or Strada dei Grandi Vini di Langa connect 18 different towns and guide you on the trail of the famous wines of the region - Barbera, Nebbiolo, and Barolo. Piedmont is also known for its truffles, especially for the white truffles of alba, which you should try during your vacation. Truffle tasting or truffle hunting are noteworthy activities you should also try.