Volterra Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals

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  • Volterra Vacation Rental ID205789

    Volterra Vacation Rental

    Volterra: Villa
    • 3 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #205789
    avg €106 EUR/night Paypal Pet Friendly
  • Apartment in the Tuscan Countryside

    Apartment in the Tuscan

    Volterra: Apartment
    • 1 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 2
    • #209569
    avg €110 EUR/night Credit Card Pet Friendly
    Querceto is a hamlet, a medieval borgo, whose nucleus is a castle around which workers' cottages have evolved (and in our family since 1543!). It's situated in the heart of the Cecina valley, between Volterra and the Etruscan Coast. Leave the car outside the walls and enter a timewarp: Querceto is a world of forgotten sounds and smells, of breathtaking views and sunsets. The apartment will charm you: they were renovated with a view to preserving the warm and welcoming style of old country houses. In the restaurant of the village you can taste delicious typical and traditional Tuscan food. The grounds (not the gardens) are yours to roam, picnic spots are close and the big swimming pool is down the steep track, surrounded by olive trees.
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  • Tuscany, Charming Vacation Villa with Private Garden and  Swimming Pool

    Tuscany, Charming Vacation

    Chianni: Villa in a gated community
    • 2 BDR
    • 1 Loft
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #211283
    avg €107 EUR/night Paypal Pet Friendly
    The holiday home is situated in a big, fenced property with look over the roofs of the village and the Tuscan landscape. The vacation villa offers approximately 200 ms of garden to the exclusive use of the guests, with shady places under the old fruit-trees,the veranda with dining table and chairs, a shared swimming pool (4x9 m) with sunterrace, beachchairs and outside shower as well as a fantastic panorama over the Tuscan hills. The property is entirely fenced and protected by an iron gate. The picturesque, a little bit sleepy village of Rivalto with bar and grocer's shop lies at 500-m height and is surrounded by forests, vineyards and olive groves.There are numerous beautiful footpaths arround for your daily walks. In Casciana Terme, the nearby health resort (approx. 4 kms) you find a very beautifully located swimming-pool, all important services ( post, bank) , cafés, restaurants and shopping possibilities and a beautiful spa area.
  • Self Catering Apartment, Ideal for a Family Or 2 Couples of Friends.

    Self Catering Apartment

    Casciana Terme: Country style house
    • 2 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #152873
    avg €136 EUR/night Pet Friendly
    Comfortable accommodation in Tuscan country style, on 2 levels, it has a sunny outdoor area with umbrella, dining table, sun chairs. We do organize on demand cellars trips, horse trekking, visits to the olive-press and to nearby cellars, cooking training and dinners with all the guests of the agritourism. Convention with the Casciana Terme SPA for treatments, massages, entrance to the thermal pools.
  • Typical Stones Country House

    Typical Stones Country

    Pisa: Country style house
    • 5 BDR
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 14
    • #150736
    avg €336 EUR/night Credit Card Pet Friendly
    The farmhouse on the hills of Pisa is surrounded by 42 hectares of property and features a precious private panoramic pool (6x12); in the mild weather of summer the marine breeze in the evening invites you to sit and sip your favourite drink on the poolside. For it is so conveniently located, a 30-minute car ride can take you to celebrated towns such as Volterra, San Gimignano, Monteriggioni. Florence and Pisa are only 40 km away for those beckoned by fashion, art and history. Indulging in moments of genuine pleasure is also so close, as Casciana Spa is 2 km away from the farmhouse. We can reserve guided tours around this magnificent region which the farm sets up. Daily olive tasting tours are organized as there is an olive press run by farmhouse Casciana in Chianni, Novo Frantoio. It is also possible to taste the wine of Colline Pisane and other typical products. We arrange horse trekking, kitchen training as well.
  • Self Catering Apartment Ideal for 2

    Self Catering Apartment

    Casciana Terme: Apartment in a complex
    • 1 Loft
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #151455
    avg €86 EUR/night Credit Card Paypal Pet Friendly
  • Beautiful Small Apartment Situated in Ancient Hilltop Medieval Village

    Beautiful Small Apartment

    Orciatico: Apartment
    • 1 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 3
    • #208536
    avg €40 EUR/night Paypal Pet Friendly
    The apartment is located on the piazza in the small medieval village of Orciatico, which is only 3 km from Lajatico, home of the famous Tenor, Andrea Bocelli. The apartment is easily accessed from the road and parking is nearby in the village. There is absolutely everything you could possibly need within the apartment which is furnished to a very good standard. All linens and towels are provided and a welcome pack on arrival for stays of four nights or more. Although there is no immediate outside area the village is very small and friendly and there are plenty of places to sit with views right across the rolling Tuscan hills. Within the village there is a bar, restaurant, two shops and an ATM machine. Pisa, Florence, Siena and the coast are all within a one hour drive and Volterra is about 20 mins. Very good, inexpensive restaurants are plentiful around the area and this part of Tuscany is rural and cheap.

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Volterra News and Events

Annual Events in Volterra, Tuscany, Italy

Festa of the Patron Saint of Volterra (June 5): Festivities by the historic groups of Volterra.

Volterra A.D 1398 - Medieval Festival (in August for approximately 2 weeks): This important event is not to be missed. It takes place between the third and fourth Sundays of August, starting Sunday. The two Sundays are the best days to be here, from 11 am until about midnight.

Truffle Fair (October - November)

Lonely Planet: Volterra

Volterra's well-preserved medieval ramparts give the windswept town a proud, forbidding air that author Stephanie Meyer deemed ideal for the discriminating tastes of the planet's principal vampire coven in her wildly popular Twilight book series. Fortunately, the reality is considerably more welcoming, as a wander through the winding cobbled streets (refreshingly populated by locals rather than tourists) attests.

The Etruscan settlement of Velathri was an important trading centre and senior partner of the Dodecapolis. It is believed that as many as 25,000 people lived here in its Etruscan heyday. Partly because of the surrounding inhospitable terrain, the city was among the last to succumb to Rome – it was absorbed into the Roman confederation around 260 BC and renamed Volaterrae. The bulk of the old city was raised in the 12th and 13th centuries under a fiercely independent free comune. The city first entered Florence's orbit in 1361, but the people of Volterra fought hard against Medici rule – their rebellion was brought to a brutal end when Lorenzo Il Magnifico's soldiers sacked the city in 1472. There was another rebellion in 1530 – again brutally crushed by the Florentines – but Volterra would never again achieve self-government, moving from Florentine rule to that of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany before unification in 1860.

Volterra Top Sights www.goitaly.about.com/od/tuscany/a/volterra.htm

  • Roman Theater, Forum, and Baths: Construction started on the Roman Theater in the 1st century BC. Behind the theater are remains of Roman baths dating from the 4th century AD. There are also remains of the Roman forum. During the middle ages these sites were part of a rubbish dump and were buried until excavations began in 1951.
  • Piazza dei Priori: The main square is one of the most impressive in Tuscany. On the piazza is the 13th century Palazzo dei Priori, the oldest town hall in Tuscany. Also on the piazza are the 14th-century Palazzo Vescovile and the back of the cathedral.
  • Cathedral and Baptistry: The duomo, or cathedral, dates from 1120 when it was constructed on the site of a previous church. It has a Romanesque facade and an entrance added in the 13th century. The interior was modified in the late 16th century in Renaissance style and has a richly decorated ceiling and several chapels with frescoes or wood panels and a 12th century marble pulpit. The octagonal Baptistery dates from the 13th century although parts of it may be older. Its facade is decorated with green and white marble stripes and the dome dates from the 15th century.
  • Medieval Wall and Gates: 13th century walls enclose the historic center. There are six gates in the walls into the center, dating from the 13th to 16th centuries. Porta San Francesco still has traces of the original frescoes. From Porta San Felice there are views of the countryside beyond the town. Two fonts have also been preserved. One of them, Fonte di Docciola, was used in the middle ages to provide water for mills and the wool industry. Near San Felice font, built in 1319, are remains of the Etruscan wall.
  • Etruscan Sites: At the highest point of Volterra is the Etruscan acropolis with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The archeological site is part of a park that includes foundations of two Etruscan temples, dwellings from the Hellenistic period, a system of cisterns, and medieval tower ruins. Porta All' Arco, the Arch gate, has sides possibly dating back to the 5th century BC with the arch and heads dating from the 3rd to 2nd century BC. Etruscan tombs, carved into sandstone below the ground, can be found in several places.
  • Museums: The Guarnacci Etruscan Museum, founded in 1761, was one of Europe's first public musuems. The large collection of artifacts is housed in the 13th century Palazzo dei Priori. The Civic Museum and Art Gallery are housed in the 15th century Palazzo Minucci-Solaini and includes paintings and art works from medieval to modern times. A Museum of Sacred Art is housed in the Bishop's Palace.
  • Medicea Fortress: The fortress, high on the hill, consists of the Rocca Antica and the Rocca Nuova.
Twilight Saga New Moon in Volterra: Volterra is the home of the Volturi in the New Moon book, the second book in the Twilight series, and action at the end of the story takes place here. The New Moon movie was released in November 2009, and although the ending is set in Volterra it was actually filmed in Montepulciano.
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