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Orvieto Apartment Patio Terrace

Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 20 km
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed

This spacious, newly-furnished (January 2007) apartment is the perfect location from which to explore the regions of Umbria, Tuscany, Lazio and the Bolsena Lake. Large enough to comfortably accommodate four adults, there is also a large outside terrace which overlooks the Umbrian countryside and perfect for relaxing with a chilled bottle of Orvieto Classico! There is even an outdoor shower !

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach Lake Bolsena 20 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 500 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Perugia 75 km, Nearest railway: Orvieto Scala 3 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General Central heating, TV, CD player
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace
Access Secure parking
Further details indoors

This apartment is deceptively large and spacious. The dining room seats six comfortably, as does the sitting room. There is a 32inch Philips LCD TV (Please note that there is neither cable nor satellite so you will receive only a few Italian stations; tv is primarily for viewing wide selection of DVDs provided) and DVD Player, a JVC CD Player, and numerous CDs, DVDs and books for your enjoyment. The bedroom is large and comfortable. The double bed can be split into two single beds. There is a large wardrobe as well as two bedside lockers for storing clothes. There is also a large bureau in the sitting room for storing clothes if the very comfortable sofabed is used by a second couple or children. This apartment is our Italian home-away-from-home and much more than a typical holiday rental! And if you are a jazz enthusiast you will be in heaven here!

Further details outdoors

The outdoor terrace overlooks the beautiful Umbrian countryside. There is a wooden picnic table with seating for 6 persons, as well as a couple sun loungers. There is even an outdoor shower ! There is also a separate wash room with a new washing machine. There is a free standing drying stand and long outdoor drying line. There is secure indoor parking which comes with the rental of the apartment free of charge.

The Umbria region

When we think of Umbria we think of the Italian word 'ombra' - shadow. One of Italy's smallest regions, Umbria lies in the shadow of its more illustrious neighbour, Tuscany. The many Umbrian hills and mountains cast long dark shadows over river valleys which are already darkened by lush chestnut groves and elm forests. This landlocked region's overwhelmingly medieval character harkens one back to the mysticism and mysteries of the Dark Ages. In so many ways, Umbria has lain in the shadows for centuries. The very identity of its original inhabitants, the Umbrians, is so clouded that we still have no clear understanding of the meaning of their name.

Perhaps self-imposed modesty is an inbred trait here. That would explain the relative obscurity of this beautiful region, a land whose rolling hills are dotted with castles, fortresses and watchtowers, whose well-preserved hill towns produce world-renowned handmade ceramics, whose many monasteries were founded by a host of local saints, whose valleys are laced with countless gleaming rivers and host Italy's largest lake. In Umbria, halfway up the slopes of Monte Fumaiolo, a trickle seeps out of the ground and wanders southward, gaining breadth and notoriety to become Rome's mighty Tiber. Any traveler who goes from Florence to Rome by land passes through the Tiber Valley, whose Umbrian locales include such towns as Assisi, Spoleto and Orvieto.

Ah, now you know where Umbria is! Just east of Tuscany, north of Rome and west of the Marches, right in the middle of what would be the national calf muscle if Italy really were a leg encased in an Italian leather boot. In Italy Online would like to introduce you to its many enchanting medieval towns in the hopes you will plan to stop a few days on your way from Rome to Florence. You will find it well worth your while, for it is as interesting as Tuscany but far less crowded.

Orvieto Bolsena

Orvieto origins go back to the Etruscan civilization: the first Etruscan settlements, going back to the 9th Century B.C., infact, were found inside the tufaceous caves in the bedrock upon which today rises the city.

Annexed in the 3rd Century B.C. to the territories of Rome, it remained under the Roman domination until the decline of the Western Roman Empire. Afterwhich it became a free municipality, and during the struggles between Guelphs and Ghibellines, was a valiant opponent of Barbarossa, remaining faithful to the Pope. Riding on the support of the Papal State, it was allowed to prosper through the entire Medieval Period, reaching the top of its development in the 13th Century with the constitution of the General Council of the 400 and the election of the Captain of the People.

It was during this period that one saw the fervent work of erecting palaces and holy buildings among which the very famous Cathedral stands out, dating back to 1263, undoubtedly the most important architectural landmark of the city, with its splendid Gothic facing and the richness of the ornaments and internal chapels. In the ancient town we also find the St.Patrizio well, built in 1527 based on a plan of Antonio da Sangallo il Giovane, the Palace of the Seven from 1300, the Palace of People Captain (12th Century) inside which took place the meetings of the People's Council, Saint Andrew's Church (12th Century), Saint Domenic's Church (12th Century), Saint Giovenale's Church (11th Century), Soliano Palace (1262) within which, one will find two museums: the Museum of the Opera del Duomo and the Museum of Modern Art. Moreover we remember the Mancinelli Theatre (1866), the suggestive Underground City and the Necropolis of the Crucifix of Tufo dating back to the Etruscan period.

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