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Nearest travel links

Airport Rome, Pisa, Perguia, Bologna or Florence are all w
Train station Camuica-Cortona or Torontola-Cortona
Car Car advised

Activities near Cortona

Sports Tennis in town, Water sports, Horse riding, Waterpark, Fishing
Great for Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Nightlife, Beach or lakeside relaxation, Cycling holidays

How to get there

It is an easy drive on the A1 - the main motorway from all the major airports of Rome, Florence and Pisa.

International Airlines (and their Alliance partners) will land at Rome Airport. Other European countries may land at Rome, Pisa, Florence, Perguia or Bologna. Please check with your local carrier.

Note: Information correct at time of entry.

Airlines from the UK:

- BA, Easyjet, Ryanair to Pisa plus a 1 hr 45 mins drive

- Ryanair also fly from Stanstead to Perugia plus a 40 mins drive

- BA/Meridiana from Gatwick to Florence plus a 1hr 20 mins drive

- Air France or BA from London City to Florence plus a 1hr 20 min drive

- Ryanair to Ancona plus a 1 hr 50mins drive

- Ryanair to Bologna Forli plus a 1 hr 50 mins drive

- Alitalia, BA, Easy-jet, Ryanair to Rome plus an easy 2 hrs drive

Airports from the UK to Italy:

London Heathrow - British Airways, Alitalia

London Gatwick - EasyJet, British Airways, Thomson Flights, Meridiana, Ryanair,

London Stanstead - Ryanair

Belfast Intl. - Jet2

Bournemouth - Ryanair

Bristol - EasyJet

East Midlands - Ryanair

Edinburgh - Ryanair

Liverpool - Ryanair

Leeds Bradford - Jet2

London CIty - Air France/British Airways

Glasgow Prestwick - Ryanair

Newcastle - Jet2

Car hire is advised. If you wish to travel to Villa Rosa by train you will need to disembark at either: Camucia-Cortona (7 mins drive) or Terontola-Cortona (10 mins drive). Taxi's can be pre-ordered or you may call one from the station to take you to the Villa.