Relais Villa Acquaviva
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
Photos of Relais Villa Acquaviva
TripAdvisor Reviews Relais Villa Acquaviva Montemerano
Travel Blogs from Montemerano
We woke to an absolutely beautiful day here in Monte Argentario Italy. Seeing the forecast, we booked a tee time at the local country club, the Argentario Golf Club.
Country has a whole new meaning here as the golf course was under attack from ravaging wild pigs. Not sure if it is a fall phenomenon or a problem year round but more than half the holes were ...
After a stormy night of rain, thunder and lightening, we woke to a clear morning and blues skies. We decided today would be a good day to explore the peninsula/island that is Monte Argentario. We left our cliff hovel about 10:00 and drove to the state park and beach which runs from the
Italian mainland to the peninsula. The beach runs about four miles from Porto Ercole (Hercules in Italian) to the ...
The day was mostly rainy from Amalfi to Monte Argentario on the Western coast of Italy. The drive from Amalfi took about five and half hours with several stops along the way. We found our apartment (or as Kathy refers to it, cabin) for our next three nights on HomeAway. The cabin is really designed for summer weather with seperate kitchen dining area in one cabin and on a separate ...
... went to Civita Di BagnoRegio.
The city of BagnoRegio was founded the Etruscans more than 2,500 years ago. It was quite a big city and important on trade routes. The city was built on what's known as friable volcanic TUFF. A hard layer of clay then soft, quite porous tuff. The upper part of the city started crumbling centuries ago and a 16 century earthquake didn't help matters. By the 19th century, Civita's was turning ...
... was now useless to us since we hadn't planned on being in this new area we really had minimal information. Luckily, Kory by total fluke had downloaded the Tuscany region on his google maps and we were able to use that to sort us out. We passed a group of organized cycle tourists that had come for a week to Tuscany from Vermont. After a short conversation with a few of the participants we rode away both agreeing it wouldn't ...