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Make a Holiday Rental Villa House in Saturnia, Italy Your Home Away from Home

Situated in the northern central area of Italy, in the region of Tuscany, is the relaxing town of Saturnia. The town has a long history and legend has it that it was created by thunder bolts thrown by Jupiter which missed Saturn (hence the town’s name). A Saturnia holiday is the ideal choice for those travellers who are looking to relax and pamper themselves in a somewhat traditional Italian setting.

Things to Do on Holiday in Saturnia, Italy

The most notable reason to book a Saturnia holiday rental villa is to experience the renowned thermal baths within the town’s boundaries. Saturnia has several springs which feed the baths in the town which attracts many travellers on a day trip. Other activities available in and around the town include cycling, walking, fishing, hiking, small game hunting and bird watching.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Saturnia, Italy

Although there are many great places in the area surrounding Saturnia, one not to be missed is the ancient city of Viterbo, which is approximately an hour and a half’s drive from the town. Many visitors flock to the historic centre of the city due to the fact that it is one of the most well-preserved to be found in the whole of Italy. Viterbo is surrounded by its ancient walls which were built as far back as the 11th century. The most prominent attraction to be found in the historic centre is the Palazzo dei Papi which was first used as a bishop’s palace and was then extended to be used as a Papal country residence. Of note is the stonework of this magnificent building, most of which has been recycled from old Roman temples.

Weather in Saturnia, Italy

If a Saturnia holiday is looking to be a very exciting option for you and your travelling companions, then you will be eager to learn about the town’s weather. Saturnia benefits from a wonderful climate, allowing for warm summers and mild winters. The majority of travellers book a Saturnia holiday from the month of June through to the month of September as these months offer up temperatures of as much as 31 degrees Celsius. If you do not like too much heat, then it is recommended that you visit during the winter months when the maximum daytime temperature is around 13 degrees Celsius. The annual rainfall amount for Saturnia is 16 inches.

Travel to Saturnia, Italy

To begin an exciting Saturnia holiday, travellers can arrive at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO) on the outskirts of Rome. A bus or car journey is then needed to travel the 89 miles to Saturnia. Travellers will find that there are several airlines that offer cheap, frequent flights to Rome including EasyJet, British Airways, Jet2, Alitalia and Aer Lingus. Passengers can depart the UK from several airports such as Belfast (BFS), Leeds (LBA), Gatwick (LGW), Heathrow (LHR) and Manchester (MAN).

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A beautifully secluded Tuscan farm stay paradise!

5 of 5
Arriving at a non descript gated entrance in the dark and loading the suitcases into our well equipped and quaint apartment was a joy in itself, however awaking to the wonderful sunrise creeping through the curtains over the windows at the end of the bed and pulling them open to reveal rolling farm land, with only one house in sight, was INCREDIBLE! Over coffee on the balcony we read through the welcome book and info on the property, with real excitement at the prospect of making pizzas from the dough bought at the local pizzeria in the pizza oven and cooking huge T-bone steaks on the BBQ! We didn't actually get round to doing this however as we had too much chilling by the pool to do on this holiday. Which is AWESOME!!! It was created using a huge natural pond, which was lined with pool lining, it's filled with fresh water on a regular basing and has really low chlorine content but is crystal clear and due to the white lining it has a beautiful green hue and so it was like our own private Cenote! BOOM!! Oh and the fridge in the pool plant room was a serious nice touch! It felt like the kind of house we would have if we buy and convert a property in Europe, a real home from ...possible future home! We arrived at the beginning of September and the only snag was that lots of the top restaurants in the very local area were closed either for the winter or just to have a break.. we still found good places to eat though as they are abundantly obviously! On our last day we visited Maremma National park for a long walk to reduce the pain on the scales on returning home, this was a great idea from the wife.. we walked for 1.5 hours to the end of the beach at Marina di Albrese and had the whole beach to ourselves where I constructed one of the ubiquitous driftwood beach huts that line the beach.. after a last hurrah of Tuscan indulgence of prosciutto on focaccia with fresh pecorino and truffle paste... well we had walked along way!! On the walk back with the sun setting we picked up as much plastic from the beach as we could, a local storm must have whipped it up so as we'd enjoyed the beauty of the beach so much we wanted to give something back. I hope you all agree and do the same! Ciao Cheers laters
  • Review Submitted: Sep 17, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

Review for stay from 30 August 2017 to 08 September 2017

4 of 5
Die Lage ist sehr ländlich, ein Auto ist ein Muss. Die Unterkünfte liegen schattig inmitten eines Waldes, unsere war gut ausgestattet. Der große Pool (ca. 18-20 m lang) ist ein Traum! Sehr herzliche Inhaberfamilie und freundlicher Verwalter. Ein ruhiger und erholsamer Aufenthalt!
  • Review Submitted: Sep 14, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017