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Make a holiday villa in Bagnoregio your home away from home

HomeAway has a selection of holiday homes and villas in Bagnoregio, a historic town in a wonderful location in northern Lazio – remote yet an easy drive from Rome. Civita di Bagnoregio has a quaintly precarious position atop a hill, nestled in dramatic countryside and farmland. A holiday home in Bagnoregio means rural seclusion, gorgeous panoramas and gardens surrounded by olive groves and woodland. Villas in Bagnoregio are also full of luxurious flourishes – pools are a great way the escape the summer heat, and evenings can be whiled away over al fresco meals and barbecues.

Things to do

-Local culture. Civita di Bagnoregio has a unique location, standing at the top of a steep hill and crammed with lots of history. The poignant thing about the town is that it’s slowly falling away due to erosion. There are the remnants of a Renaissance palace, and the main piazza here has an Etruscan colonnade, while there’s also an Etruscan arch marking the entrance to the town.

-Cuisine. Food here comprises elements of Roman and Umbrian cuisine, and great pride is taken in the high quality of the local olive oil. Close to Lake Bolsena you can enjoy a freshwater fish soup with potatoes and mint. Pasta is ever popular, and tends to be served with sauces made with wild boar, hare or mushrooms.

-Nature. The landscape around Bagnoregio is rugged, and there’s a good choice of walks through pine forest and vineyards. Head east and you can follow a trail to the picturesque church of Sant’Antonio. Lake Bolsena is to the west. It’s the largest volcanic lake in the country, formed by a volcano that was still active in Roman times. There are a number of spots around its shore where you can swim and sunbathe in summer.

-Excursions. You could make for Montefiascone, which is a beautiful town next to Lake Bolseno. It has a cathedral with one of the largest domes in the country, as well as a Romanesque church and a palace that was once a summer residence for popes. Viterbo to the south has a history that extends back before the Romans, and also has a palace that was the seat of popes in the 13th Century.

-Rome. A trip to the Eternal City is essential. Among the almost countless sights here is St. Peter’s Basilica, the largest basilica in the world. The Coliseum is perhaps the most famous Roman structure in existence, and a symbol for the city. There’s also the Vatican of course, and the Roman forum, which was the old commercial heart of the city.

Weather in Bagnoregio

Bagnoregio holiday homes are in a region with a Mediterranean climate, bringing warm weather in summer and moderate conditions in winter. From late-May to late-September there is consistent warm weather, reaching highs in the upper 20s in July and August. July is also the driest month of the year. Autumn conditions are usually mild, with highs in the mid-teens. January is the coldest month of the year, but temperatures still normally get up to ten degrees or so, although they can slip below freezing at night. Spring weather is usually also mild here.

Travel to Bagnoregio

Bagnoregio is within reach of two international airports. Perugia (PEG) is an hour to the northeast of the town on the E45, with year-round, low-cost connections to the UK. Larger but also a little further away is Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO), which one of the busiest transport hubs in Europe and has flights to and from a variety of cities in the UK, other European countries and other continents. The drive from Rome is a straightforward one along the A1 towards Orvieto.

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Fantastic family holiday for experiencing rustic Italy

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What can I say? My husband and three children (9, 15 & 18 years) had a fantastic stay at Karl's Italian property in Bagnoregio. We spent two weeks enjoying the most amazing view of Civita from our garden, picking veg daily from our very own garden, swimming in the best pool we could have asked for and just relaxing Italian style. The house is spacious and very well equipped - including outdoor bbq, pizza oven, table tennis, etc. My husband and I stayed in the flat at ground level, while our daughters had the two beautiful bedrooms in the main house and my teenage son enjoyed being away from us all in the upper bedroom with access from outside. The pool is filled with fresh mountain water and beautiful treated by Karl with salt to provide a clean and chemical free swimming environment. The main part of the pool is at 2m depth throughout - we all had a great time jumping in... and the smaller access area provides an easy more shallow route in. The kitchen is very well stocked and short of nothing... made the more special by a bottle of Karl's own olive oil from the trees in the garden. Second to none. Karl too was at hand with brilliant recommendations of things to do, restaurants to try, etc and easily contactable via WhatsApp. There whenever we asked his advice but never in the way. Karl organised a memorable meal for our daughter's 18th at Il Ponte in Lubriano, not disappointed in any other restaurant recommendations... We enjoyed a couple days in Orvieto - both above and below ground touring the caves, Capodimonte with its lovely swimming access to Lake Bolsena was so good we went back numerous times - rented a pedalo with a large slide - very good fun during the heatwave. We started with intentions of catching the train to Rome and maybe driving to Florence however we so enjoyed ourselves that we decided unanimously to skip the hassle. If you're looking for good quality family time, in the most amazing surroundings, with a fab pool and host, terrific italian food and gelato (best in Bagnoregio) than look no further! Ciao
  • Review Submitted: Aug 15, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017

Perfect weekend away!

5 of 5
We stayed at Castel Cellesi over a weekend, but we could have easily stayed for so much longer (and had wished we did!). The house and apartment was the best we had ever experienced in Italy and exactly what we wanted for some R&R. It was beautifully decorated, very modern, comfortable and stocked everything you'd ever need for your stay. We loved the fabulous pool which we couldn't stay away from, but Lake Bolsena was also very close by if you wanted to experience a swim in freshwater. A big 'ipermercato' (supermarket) wasn't too far away to stock up on the awesome Italian food and wine, and Paulette provided an extensive list of restaurants if you wanted to dine out. Paulette and Vittorio were the perfect hosts, ever so kind and helpful during our entire stay. We cannot recommend staying in their villa enough and will endeavor to return very soon! Thank you Paulette and Vittorio :-)
  • Review Submitted: Jul 03, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2017