Veneto is located in northern Italy and is divided into seven provinces - Belluno, Padua, Rovigo, Treviso, Venice, Verona and Vicenza. The regional capital Venice in particular is known beyond the borders of the region. The canals through the old town and the city's Gothic architecture attract many tourists every year. We have holiday homes in this region but also all over Italy. Learn more about the beautiful region of Veneto, its towns and cities as well as its location by the Adriatic Sea.
Our holiday villas in Veneto are characterized by their extravagance and high-quality furnishings. In addition, the holiday homes in Veneto are located both by the sea and inland, so that there is something for every type of vacationer. Our luxurious holiday villas combine the typical Italian charm with the amenities and facilities of a modern holiday home. Many of the villas have been built centuries ago but, of course, have been renovated to ensure that they are up to contemporary standards. Wonderful gardens with pools invite you to relax in a quiet location. Additional amenities such as air conditioning, washing machine, dishwasher and possible domestic help ensure that you don't have to worry about anything. The holiday homes in Veneto can accommodate between 8 and 15 people and thus offer enough space for family and friends or travel groups.
Holiday Homes in Veneto by the sea
Our holiday homes by the sea are ideal for a vacation in Veneto. For example, one villa is located directly on an island in the lagoon off Venice. The beach can be reached on foot and an excursion with the hotel's own motorboat to Venice is possible at any time. A cook can also be booked for the holiday home by the sea. The so-called taxi boats are ideal for excursions to the port city of Venice. You can quickly reach the city from the holiday home. The Venetian architecture, culture and overall atmosphere will surely impress you. Well-known places such as St. Mark's Square or the Rialto Bridge are worth a day trip. Venice itself has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site for more than 40 years and is the setting for numerous film and television productions. Since the city is teeming with tourists, the holiday villa on the nearby island offers a secluded retreat. The peace and quiet on the spacious grounds invite you to enjoy the sunset with a good wine.
Holiday house in Veneto near the city
Although Venice is known all around the world, Veneto is more than just Venice. In Veneto, many of the big cities are real tourist magnets. So that you can enjoy your vacation in peace, but still reach the hotspots easily, there are some holiday homes close to the city. Your retreat is a bit out of the way, but the old town of Verona, for example, is only one kilometer away. Verona is best known for William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The statue of Julia in the courtyard of a city apartment building is a magnet for many tourists and a popular photo opportunity. The Roman amphitheater in Verona is also well known. Concerts and operas are still held there today.
Lake Garda is also nearby. With almost 400 km2 it is Italy's largest lake and offers many leisure activities for tourists, such as water sports. However, there are also many thermal baths and spa baths around the lake that ensure relaxation. You can plan exciting city trips from the holiday home, take day trips into nature or relax in your own garden by and in the pool.
Holiday home in Inland Veneto
The inland of Veneto offers beautiful landscapes. From green hills around the Dolomites and the Pre-Alps to the lowlands in the south of Veneto around the city of Belluno. Our holiday homes in Veneto are scattered throughout the region, so you can adapt your retreat to suit your holiday plans. So, you will always find the right accommodation, regardless of whether you have planned an active hiking holiday, city excursions or a vacation at the lake. Our holiday homes are located near the cities of Venezia, Padova, Treviso, Verona and Vicenza.
In addition to the cities of Venice and Verona, Padua offers one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world to visit. It was created in the 16th century and is definitely worth a visit. The city of Padua is located fairly close to Venice and offers many of the things that Italy is famous for. Wherever you go, you will feel the long history of the city with a focus on arts and culture. One particular highlight is the Basilica of Saint Anthony of Padua which was built from the 13th to the 14th century. Other famous sights in Veneto include the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza.