Located 80km from Florence, Arezzo is a beautiful city in Tuscany. Holiday homes Poggio Pellicciaia are the perfect base to explore the historic attractions of this city, as well as the surrounding lush Tuscan hills.
The well-designed cottages, sizable swimming pool, hydro massage loungers, and the garden with barbecue area will make your stay here memorable for the whole family. Get out and about by taking a walk around the park grounds.
A myriad of facilities for your comfort There are a number of comfortable restaurants, eateries, and cafés located just over a kilometre from Holiday homes Poggio Pellicciaia. If you are someone who loves to cook, buy some ingredients and get cooking in the kitchen available in your holiday home. The swimming pool is a perfect place to entertain your little ones at this holiday park. You can keep an eye on them from the deckchairs on the sun terrace. You can also use the Jacuzzi and hydro massage loungers which are both on-site.
Luxuriate at your Holiday homes Poggio Pellicciaia cottage The air-conditioning in your cottages will come in handy when it is too hot outside. The private terrace ensures that you enjoy the breath-taking views of the Tuscan hills without stepping foot from your accommodation. As your comfort is the first priority, the cottage will come equipped with a coffee machine, internet connection, dishwasher, and a TV. You also have access to a washing machine.
Places to visit when you are staying at Holiday homes Poggio Pellicciaia
Renowned as a centre for poets’ through the Renaissance period, the beautiful city of Arezzo is only located five kilometres away from Holiday homes Poggio Pellicciaia. The Piazza Grande, the main square, is surrounded by beautiful palaces like Giorgio Vasari’s Palazzo delle Logge. Visit the cathedral in Arezzo to see the famous stained glass windows created by the artist Guillaume de Marcillat.
Perugia is located approximately 85 kilometres from this holiday park, offering historic buildings that are worth visiting. The cathedral of Perugia, San Lorenzo, boasts Gothic architecture and an incomplete façade. Head out to the 13th century Fountain Maggiore to gaze at the architectural reliefs by well-known Tuscan carvers Giovanni and Nicola Pisano.
Montepulciano is perhaps the best preserved walled Tuscan town, and still looks mostly the same as it did in the 16th century. The Municipal Museum is housed inside Palazzo Neri Orselli and displays archaeological exhibits as well as several paintings dating back to the medieval and Renaissance eras. Make sure you visit one of the wineries while in the region. Book your holiday accommodation with Campingselection to enjoy a remarkable adventure in Italy.
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