This was our second time staying in Casa Bosco. We love the area, the possibilities for exploring are endless. We got a little more adventurous with our cooking and conversing in Italian. We also had an opportunity to show our 'secret' to some friends and family, which we may regret!
A few tips: buy a train pass if you are going to stay for an extended period. Try local specialities like anchovies and artichoke. Visit the local information center across from the train station as soon as you arrive. They provided us with valuable information on hikes, music performances and local festivals.
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This place is a serious excellent find. We were so very impressed with the facility. Clean, well equiped, and so very private. The gardens around the property are wonderful with rosemary, sage, orange trees, and calla lillies growing everywhere. This was a place to cook Italain meals, sip wine and enjoy eating out on the deck with candles in the evening. In addition, the local town was just a 10 minute walk down hill and you were at the center of town. Great market, friendly people and a joy to explore.
Large, clean, bright house with everything you need. Great location. All descriptions available on the Internet are true, even better!
Nice Italian house set in an olive grove with views of the sea. Suitable for a large single family, or two families travelling together.
We were so impressed with this beautiful villa! The owners made us feel so at home and welcome! It was very secluded, yet very accessible to wonderful surrounding areas. Such a quaint space which added so much to our experience in Italy! Thanks for sharing your beautiful villa with us:)