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Make a holiday home, apartment, villa, chateau or farmhouse in Castel Giorgio, Italy your home away from home

Situated in the Orvieto area of the beautiful Italian region of Umbria is the ‘comune’ of Castel Giorgio. This Central Italy region borders with Tuscany to the west, and features scenic vistas all around with green and lush countryside, attractive stone buildings, medieval settlements, and more. Much of the self catering accommodation in Castel Giorgio is set within the typical stone buildings of the region and offers peaceful and rural retreats for holidaymakers who want to get away from it all.

Things to do on holiday in Castel Giorgio, Italy

With the beautiful countryside and relaxed pace of life, self catering accommodation in Castel Giorgio is perfect for holidaymakers who want to enjoy peace and quiet but still be near amenities and the attractions of Umbria. When renting a holiday home in Castel Giorgio you can do as much or as little as you please. Walking and cycling are always popular for those who want to get out and explore the area, and with shops, bars and restaurants in the town you can enjoy lunch or dinner out, or buy fresh produce and cook within your self catering accommodation. Enjoy the views from the elevated position of many of the holiday rentals available, and dine al fresco on the patio or deck.

Places to visit in Castel Giorgio, Italy

When you have spent plenty of time relaxing in your self catering accommodation in Castel Giorgio, spend some time visiting the numerous places nearby. Lake Bolsena can be sighted from many of the surrounding hills. This is a large and picturesque crater lake with two islands, where visitors can enjoy water sports, swimming, beaches and excellent fish restaurants on its shores.

The medieval city of Orvieto is a short drive from your accommodation in Castel Giorgio. This city has a great many things to see, including plenty of spectacular architecture, and could warrant several day trips. Those who would like to go further afield can board a train at Orvieto and reach Rome in just one hour.

The weather in Castel Giorgio, Italy

As with much of this region of Italy, staying in self catering accommodation in Castel Giorgio you will be able to enjoy a Mediterranean climate. Summers are hot, with average high temperatures peaking in the high 20’s C (low 80’s F), autumn stays warm and spring and winter are mild. Rainfall is possible throughout the year, though the wettest months are October and November, and the driest is July.

Flights to Castel Giorgio, Italy

Depending on the exact location of your accommodation in Castel Giorgio the nearest airport is about 70 miles distant in Italy’s capital city, Rome. Major roads connect the airport making the journey a straightforward one. Rome’s Fiumicino Airport is well linked to the rest of Europe and the world with many of the world’s major airlines flying here, plus budget carriers such as easyJet and Ryanair.

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                  A lovely house to spend a nice holiday

                  5 of 5
                  Our stay in Villa Il Leccio was excellent. We rented the house for one week in August 2015 with two families (4 adults & 5children) and we really enjoyed our stay. Two weeks would even be better to explore the nice region in Umbria. Roberto was waiting for us when we arrived. We got a warm welcome & tour in the house and garden. There was also a nice bottle of wine waiting for us in the fridge! In the house everything is foreseen. Also things we did not expect like night lights for the children, washing products for dish washer & washing machine, coffee filters, salt, pepper, herbs etc. The patio was really lovely to enjoy our breakfast & prepared meals when we did not go for dinner in the restaurants recommended by Roberto. The swimming pool was a nice place to cool down, very clean and big enough. The only negative point I could mention is the not so good working Wi-Fi during our stay but to be honest we did not miss it. It was pure quality time with the family in a really beautiful neighborhood. I can only recommend a stay at Villa Il Leccio and don’t let the remarks about the road scare you to book a stay in the house. It is certainly no problem to get there with a normal car although it takes some minutes to get to the house via the unpaved road. After our stay Mr. Roberto was even so kind to send back a forgotten hoodie from the kids back to Belgium what we really appreciated!
                  • Review Submitted: 05-Oct-2015
                  • Date of Stay: Aug 2015

                  Santa Maria cottage October 2009

                  5 of 5
                  We greatly enjoyed our week's stay at this idyllic rural location. The listing description is accurate and the cottage was just right for ourselves and our adult daughter and her dog. The property seems in perfect condition and is well equipped with all the necessities for cooking, eating, hygiene, etc. The thoughtfulness and efficiency of the owners is outstanding. On our arrival there was delicious home-made apple jelly and crisply fruity and aromatic dry Orvieto wine waiting for us in the fridge as well as some basic provisions to tide us over until the shops opened. The presence of the owners' friendly dogs and cats was another plus for us animal lovers. The area is fascinating, particularly Orvieto and the Etruscan remains, but we were only able to scratch at the surface of its riches during our short stay.
                  • Review Submitted: 14-Oct-2009
                  • Date of Stay: Oct 2009

                  Must Visit

                  5 of 5
                  We wanted somewhere we could chill out with good friends we haven't seen in a while. The house was just perfect for this. It is lovely, with all you could need and in a beautiful location - not overlooked at all, surrounded by countryside and quiet without being off the beaten track. It was nice to just be able to amble for occasional walks through the fields and woodland, but equally, just a few minutes to bars, shops and restaurants. We all wanted to move in permanently and it was a real wrench to leave. Very spacious with huge rooms and really well equipped. Hairdryers provided for us to use was a bonus, fans to keep us cool at night, flyscreens to keep the bugs outdoors and having two fridges - one a large American-style one - meant we could shop in bulk with plenty of room to chill enough white wine for eight of us to last the week! We did some excursions into surrounding parts, most notably Lake Bolsena, which is just on the doorstep and the hot springs at Saturnia and we ventured by train from Orvieto to Florence. We loved it and going by train was easy yet an adventure in its own right. We swan in the huge pool,held table football and table tennis tournaments and we even used the original outdoor bread oven- not for baking bread, but for slow roasting meat, which was utterly delicious and eaten one evening on the big table on the terrace as the sun went down. Unforgettable!
                  • Review Submitted: 29-Jun-2009
                  • Date of Stay: Jun 2009