Italian Vacation Apartments, Emilia Romagna - On Italy's east coast, these vacation rental apartments make a great base for visits to Rimini, San Marino, Emilia Romagna and Tuscany. Set in peaceful gardens with a large pool, they are also ideal for a family vacation in Italy.
A stay at Casa Tentoni is perfect for anyone who wants spend their vacation unwinding, communing with nature, and at the same time be in easy reach of the beach and places of cultural interest. The seaside at Riccione is nearby, as are the historical and artistic cities of Emilia Romagna, the Marches and the Montefeltro area.
In this charming, quiet oasis, you can relax and recharge your batteries. Casa Tentoni sits in an extremely peaceful setting. Beautifully restored to its rustic roots, it now boasts a magnificent swimming pool. Sitting on the gentle slopes of Riccione, it overlooks the Bay of Gabicce Mare, Porto Verde, and the natural Park of San Bartolo with its villages of Gabicce Monte, CasteldiMezzo and Fiorenzuola di Focara.
The first apartment sleeps 2+2, and covers 45 square metres.
It comprises a double bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen, and has satellite
TV and air conditioning. The second, also sleeping 2+2, covers 60 square metres,
and has a double bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen, satellite TV and
air conditioning. There is also a double room, sleeping 2, with bathroom,
minibar, satellite TV and air conditioning.
For short stays the price is EURO €45 per day per person.
And when you want to leave your rural idyll, you'll find plenty to do. Rimini is nearby: a fun seaside town, and a traditional Italian resort, Rimini is great for families. You'll find plenty of good places to eat, bars and a very good nightlife. Just inland you find the extraordinary Republic of San Marino, which for nearly 2000 years has managed to maintain its autonomy - first from the warring city states that ruled the Italian peninsula and now from Italy itself. Legend has it that it was founded by a monk fleeing persecution by Diocletian. Today it prints its own stamps, mints its own currency and has a standing arm of 1000 men.
You can journey west into the beautiful rolling countryside of Tuscany, a land of olive groves, vineyards and cypress trees, with ancient villas and farmhouses dotted amidst lushly cultivated farmland. Or explore Emilia Romagna itself, home to the marvellous towns of Ravenna, Modena, Bologna and Parma, and to Italy's most ravishing cuisine: this is the home of Parma ham, balsamic vinegar, delicious pastas, fresh seafood and superb wines.
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