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Make A Holiday Rental House in Caserta Area, Italy Your Home Away from Home

 

Nestled neatly at the foot of the Campanian Mountains, in the region of Campania, in Italy, is the Caserta Province, which includes the main city of Caserta itself. A Caserta area holiday is the ideal way in which to ensure that you have peaceful surroundings in which to relax and enjoy yourself without having to compromise on being able to visit the main sights and attractions of the region. If you enjoy spectacular countryside and mountain views, as well as all of the mod-cons you need, then a Caserta Area holiday rental apartment will not disappoint.

 

Things to Do on Holiday in Caserta Area, Italy

No matter how long you are staying in the Caserta Area for, you will find that there are plenty of activities and attractions to fill up your days. In terms of outdoor activities there are the likes of horse riding, caving, mountain biking, mountaineering, deep-sea fishing, sailing, surfing, water skiing, tennis and bird watching. In the city of Caserta itself there are several great attractions including the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Caserta Royal Palace, and the 18th century Aqueduct of Vanvitelli.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Caserta Area, Italy

If you feel the need to leave your Caserta Area holiday rental apartment for a time and see what else is on offer in the region, then it is worth heading for the city of Campobasso. The city has several great attractions but the highlight of a visit to Campobasso has to be the Castello Montforte. The castle was built in the 15th century by the local ruler at the time, Nicola II Montforte and is situated on ruins of previous ancient settlements. Close to the castle is the beautiful church of St. George which dates back as far as the 1st century.

Weather in Caserta Area, Italy

If you are now convinced that booking a fantastic Caserta Area holiday rental apartment is the right way to go then you will be even more delighted to learn that you can expect to enjoy some fabulous weather too. Most travellers enjoy a Caserta Area holiday during the months of July and August which sees the daytime temperature vary between 20°C and 31°C. The winter months of December and January offer up daytime temperatures of between 9°C and 16°C. The annual rainfall amount for the area is 22 inches.

Travel to Caserta Area, Italy

Travellers on a Caserta Area holiday are likely to start their trip by arriving at Naples Airport (NAP) which is approximately half an hour away from the city of Caserta itself. There are several airlines offering cheap, regular flights to Naples which include British Airways, Alitalia, Thomas Cook Airlines and easyJet. Passengers can leave from several UK airports such as Gatwick (LGW), Liverpool (LPL), Manchester (MAN), Birmingham (BHX) and Aberdeen (ABZ).

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Lovely property with fantastic grounds, in charming and beautiful countryside.

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We spent a wonderful week at Villa Treta. The villa was lovely, though most of our time was spent outdoors in the most beautiful grounds. Stefano the gardener came daily and the poolside and eating areas were so well kept. We had a relaxing week, venturing out only a couple of times for day trips to Rome by train (very easy) and Monte Cassino. (Pompeii and other places are close enough for a day trip but we were moving south for our second week so saved them for then). Local shops are close by and some really good restaurants are within easy driving distance. It was a lovely week and would definitely book again as was a really charming part of Italy.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 02, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017

A wonderful week in a perfect location

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We had a fantastic week in Villa Conti, and went home very happy but exhausted! There is just so much to do and see - its very hard to stop and relax! The house is great - we were given a very warm welcome by Paolo who gave us a guided tour, explained everything,and donated some bottles to us from his extensive wine cellar, with wine made from his own grapes.The house was clean and roomy with the lovely addition of a balcony running around the top of the upstairs section, leading off some of the rooms. It was extremely hot when we were there, so we made good use of the beautiful sparkling pool, sitting in the extensive gardens. Its very pleasant to lie in the pool and have a wonderful view of the mountains all around. The house is in a perfect location - remote enough to be quiet, but only a short walk takes you down in to the small town of Riardo which has a number of cafes, pizza places and grocery shops. There is a supermarket about 1 km away. In the short week that we were there, we visited Naples, Pompeii, drove along the Amalfi coast, dipping in to the crystal clear waters there and visiting some of the little towns along the way. We visited the amazing Monte Cassino and some of the war cemetries, as well as exploring some of the villages scattered amongst the slopes of the surrounding mountains. The sea is nearby and we found some beautiful sandy beaches. Basically there is something for everyone here - and we didn't scratch the surface - we will have to return!!! Thank you very much Paolo for your kindness and generosity and your delicious wine.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 24, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017