Italy Luxury Holiday Houses, Villas and Apartments

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Luxury Villa and Holiday Home Information

Italy villa rental: When you rent one of our luxury holiday homes or villas, you’re guaranteed the ultimate self-catering holiday accommodation experience. It’s like your home away from home in an amazing location and destination. You get exclusive use of the house, total privacy and it’ll be pre-serviced and ready for you to just walk in and start enjoying your holiday. Our prices include all linen and towels, and we’ll even take care of cleaning the home when you leave. Many of our properties come with private pools and are furnished to a very high standard. With certain villas going the extra mile to cater for you every need. 

About Italy

Notorious for outstanding food, art, fashion and architecture, Italy is effortlessly charismatic. Stunning coastlines, Tuscan landscapes and the greatest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites make up the visual spectacle that is Italy. Intensely dramatic in everyway, Italy will quite literally leave you with an insatiable hunger for more.

Italy’s People and Lifestyle

The birthplace of western culture, Italians have been influential since antiquity. Famed for their deep and intense passion for life, Italians are warm, friendly and love to celebrate.
Life in Italy is centered on music, art, fashion and food and there is a long history of famous painters, sculptors, poets, musicians and architects who have helped shape the cultural identity of Italy.

Italy - Getting There

Flights operate daily on a number of different airlines. There are no direct flights from New Zealand, so the duration depends on what airlines and routing you take.

Italy - Getting Around

Air: A number of different carriers operate domestic flights within Italy. 

Bus: Buses connect major cities and smaller towns, yet are not always the cheapest option.

Car & Motorcycle: You’ll have to be over 25 and have a valid credit card to hire a vehicle. Italian drivers can make for an eventful experience but the flexibility you get by having your own vehicle is a major draw card.

Boat: The islands are connected by ferry services to the mainland.

Taxi: Economical and found in most cities at train stations.

Metro: Metro’s can be found in Rome, Milan, Naples and Turin.

Train: A fast, affordable and reliable mode of transport.

Italy - Popular Destinations

Amalfi Coast: Hauntingly beautiful the Amalfi Coast will stay with you long after you leave. Perched on terraced cliffs with spectacular views of the sparkling seas, surrounded by both lemon groves and grape vines.

Bologna: Medieval architecture takes center stage in the culinary capital of Italy. Known as an important cultural, artistic center and a lively university city.

Cinque Terre: A UNESCO World Heritage Site of seaside villages perched precariously on the steep jagged coast of the Italian Riviera.

Florence: So mesmerizingly beautiful is Florence, that under no uncertain terms will it fail to impress. A stunning renaissance city, Florence is home to Michelangelo’s David as well as a plethora of infamous art and architecture.

Milan: Exuding glamour and extravagance, Milan is the economic center of Italy. Milan is a formidable force in Fashion, Football and Finance.

Naples: An array of hidden treasures awaits you in Naples. Hunt through the grungy streets and you will realize that the real beauty lies in the unexpected.

Rome: ‘The Eternal City’ continues to inspire and entice with its esteemed beauty and old world charm. Remarkable in every sense of the word, Rome is brimming with significant historical sites and a punching energy.

Sicily: Unashamedly raw, Sicily is overloaded with a dark excitement and a treasure trove of artifacts.

Tuscany: Tuscany is everything you imagine and more. With its rolling hills and renaissance art and architecture, Tuscany is the destination dreams are made of.

Umbria: Retaining its old world charm, Umbria exudes unparalleled rustic living. Landlocked with an abundance of historical towns Umbria has its own distinct heart and soul.

Venice: It’s true, there is no place quite like Venice. Feel like you are floating in a dream as you take a ride on a gondola, exploring Venice from its canals. Admire the sheer beauty of a city that epitomizes enchantment.

Verona: A city where romance blankets its streets. Visit the infamous Juliet’s balcony and see for yourself what inspired Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Verona is a city built on a dream that inspires with its other worldly beauty.

Italy Weather and Climate

Due to the varied geography of Italy, the climate is somewhat variable.

A Mediterranean climate in the south lends itself to long hot summers where temperatures can reach above 30˚C. Winters are mild and snow is rare especially at the southern tip of Italy and the islands.

Central Italy sees a milder, wetter climate. Summers can see high humidity especially in the cities of Florence, Siena and Rome.

While in the north and mountainous regions temperatures are lower and winters enduring. December to March typically brings cold, harsh winters with heavy snowfall.

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Arezzo Suite

Sleeps 4, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

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Deluxe Suite

Sleeps 2, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

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Beautiful Tuscan Apartment

Sleeps 4, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

Santa Lucia

Sleeps 11, 6 Bedrooms, 7 Bathrooms

Amalfi Luxury

Sleeps 10, 4 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms

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Saint Agata Residence

Sleeps 9, 5 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms

From $1370 per night (3 nights minimum)

Spoleto Castle

Sleeps 26, 9 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms

From $1184 per night (4 nights minimum)
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18th Century Umbrian Farmhouse

Sleeps 22, 10 Bedrooms, 10 Bathrooms

From $105 per night (3 nights minimum)
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Olive Grove Apartment

Sleeps 7, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

Casa della Pergola

Sleeps 6, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms

Casa del Forno Antico

Sleeps 6, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

From $121 per night (4 nights minimum)
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Piedmont Apartment

Sleeps 4, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

From $131 per night (3 nights minimum)

Rio Marin Apartment

Sleeps 4, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

From $952 per night (3 nights minimum)

Stunning Venice Loft

Sleeps 11, 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms

From $285 per night (3 nights minimum)

San Polo Palace

Sleeps 5, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms