Montalto di Castro holiday rentals are found in a town just in from the coast, in the Viterbo Province of Italy’s Lazio region. It’s a location with plenty of history, boasting a number of interesting centuries-old buildings. The Mediterranean is only a few minutes away, and there are a number of fine beaches to discover.
During your holiday at Montalto di Castro self-catering accommodation it would be well worth taking time to see more of this picturesque old town. It’s protected by historic walls and boasts a maze of narrow streets and shaded squares. The entire town is overlooked by the Castello Gugliemi, which dates originally to the 1400s and is most recognisable by its main defensive tower. The Santa Maria Assunta parish church is also attractive, dating to the 1700s and featuring numerous impressive paintings from the period in its interior. If you’re interested in history then a great choice for a day trip would be the the Parco Naturalistico Archeologico di Vulci, which preserves the remnants of the Etruscan city of Vulci, which can be discovered along walking trails. If you’d like to head for the beach then just minutes from Il Parco Naturalistico Archeologico di Vulci holiday apartments is the resort of Marina di Montalto – it’s known for its wide sandy beaches, which are backed up by extensive pine forests. The beaches here are well equipped with sunbeds and parasols, and complemented by restaurants and bars. Activities available in the vicinity include a range of water sports, like kitesurfing and windsurfing, with a number of companies on the area offering lessons to get you started. There are also canoe rentals, with guided tours conducted.
Around an hour southeast of Montalto di Castro holiday villas is the Italian capital city of Rome. The centre of this fascinating metropolis is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a fantastic wealth of historical interest. Among the iconic sights in the city are Colosseum, Pantheon and St Peter’s Basilica.
Visiting Montalto di Castro self-catering accommodation is found in a region with a Mediterranean climate. Summer temperatures soar to the low 30s, with very little precipitation. Winters tend to be very moderate here, and daily highs often reach the mid-teens, even in December and January.
Montalto di Castro holiday rentals are around an hour from Leonardo da Vinci-Flumicino Aiport (FCO), which is reached from the UK from a host of airports via Monarch, Jet2, EasyJet and British Airways.