List your home
Apply filters
£ to

1 Holiday homes in Lazio

Reset search

Show results on map

Also consider

Coastal Cottages
222 properties
Sardinia
478 properties
Tuscany
3,181 properties
Lake Garda Area
103 properties
Lake Como Area
494 properties
Sicily
634 properties
Rome
2,497 properties
Florence
983 properties
Venice, Veneto
497 properties
Trapani
482 properties
Amalfi Coast
452 properties
Lucca
439 properties
Cortona
411 properties
Palermo
411 properties
Sorrento, Campania
351 properties
Cefalu
315 properties
San Gimignano
289 properties
Taormina
274 properties
Greve in Chianti
262 properties
Massa Lubrense
245 properties

Filters applied: Tented camp (1)

To book this holiday home you need to pay through the Holiday Lettings website. We can’t protect your payment if you don’t pay through us. Learn more
1 Results  |  
18 Photos

Tented camp | 1 Bedroom | sleeps 20

Min stay varies

Add to shortlist

Key info:

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Pets welcome
struttuta gazebo per dormire con sacco a pelo, mangiare all'aperto con tutta l'attrezzatura occorrente. e barbecue a disposizione, esiste il bagno pubblico con doccia, la pulizia e l'igiene è assicurata le persone che occupano il gazebo possono anche mangiare sul posto usando i nostri barbecue.  …see more

This area was once the richest part of Italy and the remains of the tombs and carvings of the great Etruscan civilisation are magnificent works of art. It could take a lifetime to peel away the layers of history in Rome, the eternal city. Visitors can explore the Palatine, with its temples and monuments, and the Forum, the centre of ancient Rome. The Colosseum looms over the city, remaining the symbol of Rome. At the heart of modern Rome, the best designer shopping is on offer at the foot of the Spanish Steps. The Pantheon remains the best-preserved ancient building in Rome. A whole day should be devoted to exploring Vatican City, the smallest nation in the world. Saint Peter’s square and cathedral are vast monuments to papal power, and the Vatican museums house works by Raphael as well as the Sistine Chapel, Michaelango’s great work. There are fascinating remnants of the Etruscan inhabitants of the area to be found outside the bustle of Rome. The landscape here is marshy, with lakes created by volcanic craters.