Nestled snugly on the coastline, close to the city of Rome, in the Province of Roma, is the ancient town of Ardea. An Ardea holiday is the perfect opportunity for all types of travellers to experience the traditional side of Italy whilst still having access to a range of activities and attractions. A beautiful Ardea holiday rental villa not only offers spectacular, memorable sunset views, it comes equipped with all of the mod-cons you need for a pleasant, hassle-free trip.
The best thing about an Ardea holiday is that it can be as relaxed or as busy as you want it to be. Some travellers are content just to lie by the pool in their Ardea holiday rental villa and soak up the sun, whilst others want to indulge in a variety of activities! Thankfully there are numerous activities widely available in and around Ardea including swimming, paddle boating, water skiing, diving, windsurfing, tennis, horse riding, golf, cycling and walking. Ardea also has a few great attractions for visitors to enjoy including the remains of a Roman rampart and the interesting Giacomo Manzu Museum.
If you feel the need to lock up your Ardea holiday rental villa and investigate what else the Lazio region has to offer the visitor, then it is worth spending the day in the ancient city of Viterbo. The centre of the city is one of the most well-preserved in the whole of Italy and has city walls which have survived since the 11th and 12th centuries. Viterbo has a wonderful City Museum which houses a lot of pre-Roman artefacts as well as some fantastic paintings by well-known Italian artists such as Renaissance painter Antoniazzo Romano. There are also several historic churches, palazzos and a castle to be seen on a day out in Viterbo.
If renting an Ardea holiday rental villa is sounding like a marvellous idea, then you will also be wondering what you can expect from the weather. The town is blessed with a typical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and relatively hot summers. The summer months of July, August and September tend to be the warmest with daytime temperatures reaching a maximum of 30 degrees Celsius. The cooler winter months see a maximum daytime temperature of around 14 degrees Celsius. The annual rainfall amount for Ardea is 18 inches.
Jetting off on a wonderful Ardea holiday is very simple to do. Travellers are most likely to arrive at Ciampino Airport (CIA), in Rome, which is approximately half an hour by bus or car away from the town. Passengers can depart the UK from a variety of airports including Gatwick (LGW), Stansted (STN), Edinburgh (EDI) and Bristol (BRS). Travellers will find that there are a few internationally recognised air operators who have special deals on flights to Rome such as Ryanair and easyJet.