Chiusi vacation rentals, including apartment rentals and villa rentals make for unique Tuscan accommodations.
Chiusi is located in the Tuscany region of Italy.
It is 250 km from Rome
. In Chiusi there are several interesting historical-artistical excursions to enjoy. The town itself is rich in history and culture and is an important archaeological centre. Chiusi is located in a very accessible, convenient part of south Tuscany. Choose your accommodations here and you will be nearby Lazio
, Umbrio and other popular destinations.
The lowlands around Chiusi are a mecca for tombs for this civilization.
The Etruscan Museum of Chiusi is one of the most important repositories of Etruscan remains in Italy.
Although Chiusi is deeply embedded in history, it is a flourishing modern country town
with excellent railway and road links. Florence
is 100 km away and Siena
is about 60 km. In Chiusi you will find private, secluded villa rentals and vacation rentals. You will also find apartment rentals and condo rentals surrounded by gardens and olive trees. There are a variety of accommodation options available in the area. If you are looking for a Tuscan vacation rental that is close to everything, give Chiusi a try.
Chiusi is an excellent central point for your accommodations and lodging. Your vacation rental, villa rental, condo rental or apartment rental is conveniently located within a conveniently located town. Chiusi is close to Chianciano, Montepulciano
and the nearby lakes of Chiusi, Montepulciano and Trasimeno. The nearby mountains of Cetona and Amiata are perfect for those who which to enjoy nature.
The climate of Chiusi is Mediterranean with hot summers and mild, cooler winters. If you are coming to Chiusi to visit the archaeological ruins and get a sense of the history, it doesn't matter what time of year you visit. If you want the warmer weather you will want to come in the spring, summer or fall. Summer days are quite hot, often reaching 30 C. Some of the villas available have private pools which will come in handy when you wish to cool off after a hot day exploring the history of the area.