Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 10
On the ground floor the villa boasts a large open plan living area with both TV and DVD player and a stunning kitchen equipped to entertain in true Italian style.
To the left of the living area is a triple bedroom with an on suite bathroom and built in wardrobes. Leading from the French windows is a small seating area that over looks the beautiful countryside and private pool.
On the second floor there are two triple bedroom's, both with French windows and private balconies. A day bed is present on the large landing of the villa that can be used as an extra bed if required. Shared on this floor is a large bathroom comprising of both bath and shower facilities.
The real feature to this delightful villa is the huge terrace that not only has the magnificent views of the Italian countryside and stunning private pool but has a dining area to seat ten and for that little extra indulgence there is an additional seating area that comprises of 2 sofas, coffee table and IPod docking station that really does put an end to a perfect evening whilst watching the sun go down.
The villa is situated a ten minute drive from the medieval town of Calitri. This little town is full of charm and atmosphere so whether it's a dining delight you're looking for or a stroll around the little artisan shops Calitri offers a truly authentic Italian experience.
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Naples International Airport 90 km, Nearest railway: Naples to Salerno and further East and Southwards|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (3), Dining seats for 12, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
The Campania region
Campania is one of Italy's most beautiful regions. Both mountainous and green, the area's history of volcanic activity has played a large part in shaping the environment. The climate is warm, and one of the most familiar images is of oranges and lemons growing in green groves above the deep blue sea.
Campania's coastline, particularly the Sorrento Peninsula, is dramatic and attractive. Out at sea lie even greater beauties, the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida.
Campania's cuisine relies upon local products: seafood, buffalo mozzarella, oranges and lemons. Among the food to sample are authentic Neapolitan pizza, ice cream, granita di limone (a refreshing crushed-ice lemon drink) and any (or all) of the region's gorgeous desserts. Limoncello is the alcoholic speciality, but Campania also has several good wines.
For those more interested in history and culture than in beaches, Naples offers the priceless collections in its archaeological museum, and opera performances at the prestigious Teatro San Carlo, while Pompeii, Herculaneum and Paestum are three of the world's greatest archaeological sites.
Campania tourist destinations
Naples itself is a worthy, if chaotic, destination, despite often being missed off the tourist trail in favour of its lovely neighbours: the islands of Ischia and Capri; the Amalfi Coast; Sorrento and ancient Pompeii. The Amalfi Coast is one of the world's top tourist destinations: a beautiful stretch of mountainous coastline dotted with small towns.
For a relaxing trip, there are ideal resort destinations like Capri and Positano. If you prefer a busy sight-seeing holiday, Naples makes a practical base, for at least a couple of days. To appreciate Campania, though, a two-centre trip is the perfect solution: a few nights in Naples or nearby, to 'do' the museums and archaeological sights, followed by several days unwinding on an island or the Amalfi Coast
Calitri is a town (commune) in the province of Avellino, area Irpinia. Calitri can be easily accessed from every point in southern Italy - about an hour drive from the city of Naples. Calitri is situated to the confluence of three Provinces: Foggia, Potenza and Avellino.
The area is steeped in history and tradition and sprinkled with castles and aristocratic palazzos that serve as a testament to the important role it's played in Southern Italy's history. Medieval historical centres and old castles are a must for the discerning visitor, who can also look to the visit for tranquillity, hospitality and a high quality of life.
Irpinia is the area in which Calitri is located, and the adjacent Vulture are beautiful lands virtually unknown to mass tourism. They boast an ancient history and uncontaminated nature, and visitors plunge straight into the green countryside, discovering ancient villages perched among the hills and mountains and ruins of castles and cathedrals from time gone by. The river Ofanto flows along the valleys, breaking up into tiny tributaries, beautiful streams and brooks that breathe life into the fertile landscape. Enchanting little waterfalls are formed in many gorges, refreshing the visitor's eyes.
Calitri offers infinite activities centered around its many local traditions . Thanks to the relaxing atmosphere that Calitri has to offer, long relaxing walks can be enjoyed along the countryside and enjoy the unique and beautiful scenery. Visitors can wander round the medieval village to soak in the atmosphere and enjoy the local artisan's shops and the exceptional regional cuisine among other activities. Courses in traditional ceramics (Calitri is world-known for its artistic ceramics) needle point and arts are available. Many sports including skiing, paragliding, horse riding, mountain biking, fishing and hunting can also be practiced. For those seeking more relaxing occupations, soaking in the nearby thermal baths or embarking on exciting culinary or wine itinearies are an attractive option.
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9 Aug 2013
"relaxing holiday in perfect surroundings"
We had a really relaxing holiday at Bellavista.The house is spotlessly clean,comfortable,and really well set up for your every need.It is set 5 mins out of Calitri in a rural area.We stayed with one … More
30 May 2013
"Settimana da sogno!"
Abbiamo affittato questa villa per una settimana e direi che ne è valsa proprio la pena. Il luogo è incantevole, una villa che si staglia sulle morbide colline campane era quello che stavamo cercand… More
30 May 2013
"splendido soggiorno consigliatissimo!"
è da tempo che io e i miei amici avevamo intenzione di fare una vacanza in un posto tranquillo, lontano dalla vita caotica della città, dopo aver visto questa splendida villetta in mezzo alla campag… More
23 Mar 2013
"A perfect family holiday."
Bella Vista was fantastic and we really enjoyed our stay there. We had a family and friends reunion as it was my brothers 50th birthday and there was plenty of room for everyone.
The huge terrace was a great area for celebrating with the added bonus of i pod docking station perfect for family gatherings and chilling in the evening. The views of the country side are stunning!
Already booked again for this year :)
10 Mar 2013
i have been to calitri on several occasions and on one visit i came across this villa and thought how beautiful it was.i made enquires and the following year i found my mother, a friend and myself st… More
10 Mar 2013
"Our Family Holiday."
I was looking for a villa away from city life as I have a very busy career. I found this villa fitted my family requirements perfectly. The rolling hills, mountain views, swimming pool , This Villa has all the facilities (However was disappointed By not having Internet however we managed to get through this with mobile Internet Which I purchased in nearby town). My children loved the grounds and daily trips into town for Ice cream.
The town is a little gem full of very reasonably priced restaurants and entertainment - We enjoyed the classical orchestra , fireworks food festival which I understand are regular events . We went out on day trips exploring the Amalfi coastline My family and I had a wonderful time in Italy and we are looking forward to going back to the villa.
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