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Make a holiday rental property or holiday villa in Rieti, Italy your home away from home

The Rieti Province is the most eastern of the five provinces of Lazio. Largely mountainous and deeply picturesque, the province of Rieti cannot fail to inspire yet relax visitors to an apartment or villa here. With over 70% of the province being mountainous, settlements are few and far between, enabling visitors to find some beautifully secluded Rieti villas, far from tourist crowds and the stress of every day life, ideal for a romantic getaway or just a truly relaxing break.

Things to do on holiday in Rieti, Italy

Due to the beautiful natural landscape, self catering Rieti accommodation has become the haunt of walkers, mountain bikers and climbers. There are a huge number of fantastic trails throughout the hills, ranging from challenging multi-day hikes to leisurely afternoon strolls, perfect for burning off a few calories after indulging in a large meal of the famously heart local cuisine. The National Park of Gran Sasso is a wonderful place to visit from a Rieti villa, rich in flora and fauna.

The area is also well known for its waterways. There are eleven large lakes across Rieti province, which teem with fish and offer magnificent opportunities for a refreshing swim, an afternoon sailing or just a picturesque place to have some lunch.

In winter, Rieti becomes one of central Italy’s most important winter sports locations. The Terminillo Mountain Range is home to the Selvarotonda di Cittareale, which has over 11km of downhill pistes.

Places to visit on holiday in Rieti, Italy

The provincial capital, which goes by the same name, is an amazingly sober sort of town, given its slightly sinister feel by its beautiful medieval churches and roman architecture which is surrounded by dark, forested slopes. The main attraction in the town is the surprising underwater Roman bridge.

The main resort in Rieti Province, Italy, is a popular place to take Rieti accommodation. Set at the foot of some of the largest peaks in the area, Leonessa acts as a delightful resort for both skiers in winter and walkers, climbers and riders in the long summer months. The ancient architectural beauty of Leonessa doesn’t hurt its tourist appeal either.

Weather in Rieti, Italy

In summer, temperatures in Rieti, Italy, are perfect for a relaxing walking holiday. Temperatures average 28?C, with reliable breezes keeping the air fresh. The evenings are remarkably long and warm, meaning you can easily eat outside in the evening, watching the sun go down over the peaks behind your Rieti letting without having to wrap up warm. In winter, temperatures drop fairly significantly, and snow is not uncommon.

Travel to Rieti, Italy

The closest airport to a self catering Rieti villa is the Fiumicino Airport (FCO) which lies around 25km outside of Rome city centre. Flights to Rieti are easily available from a huge range of airlines operating out of Britain, and a flight to Reiti should only take a few hours. Upon your arrival, it is recommended you take a Rieti hire car, as the province is remote and rural, with only fairly good public transport.

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A lovely Italian house with stunning views

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We stayed for two weeks in August and had a wonderfully relaxing time. The house and gardens were very spacious, with a lovely pool area. The views from the house and pool were stunning and we spent every day soaking up the glorious Italian sunshine and the evenings eating and drinking on the terrace. The house is in the countryside with beautiful views, very unspoilt and peaceful. There is a train station at Stimigliano with trains into Rome or Florence, so it was easy to have a day trip for sightseeing. It was only an hour's drive to get to/from Rome airport too, so very easy to get to by car. We found several supermarkets nearby to buy everything we needed. The large Conad store at Forano was only 10 mins drive or so. Even closer to home (5 mins drive, literally at the end of the road) was Eurospin (very handy for some food basics), Zanzibar (takeaway pizza/roast chicken, etc), plus a Gelateria and a very handy homeware store (Super Bazaar) for getting those essentials we forgot to pack! We also went out to eat a few times at Ristorante "Da Lina" Pizzeria, which is only 5 mins drive) with tables outside under olive trees and the most amazing (and huge) pizzas. The house was well stocked with all the kitchen equipment we needed and a handy utility/storage room. We couldn't get the washing machine to work, but that could have been user-error! There isn't an internal staircase between the upstairs and downstairs of the main house, they are two totally separate apartments with external steps to the upstairs. Ideal if you are two separate families, but something to be aware of if you are one large family/group with children. We used all the bedrooms for sleeping, but really just used the main downstairs kitchen/living room/terrace for all our cooking/living purposes. All in all, it was a lovely and very restful two weeks and we would definitely hope to return in the future. Thank you to Paolo & Lucia for letting us stay in your lovely house!
  • Review Submitted: Sep 08, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017

Everything we wished and we never dared to ask

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This is a fantastic villa offering a unique experience. Wonderful pool with jacuzzi, very stilish building, beautiful garden and full privacy granted. Very nice guests and good restaurants nearby. What else could we ask for???
  • Review Submitted: Aug 31, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017