Outside Comfortable villa "this property", detached, surrounded by trees. In the centre of Lignano Riviera, in a sunny position, excellent location: right in the centre but still quiet, 700 m from the sea, 700 m from the beach. Private: garden (fenced). Barbecue, parking. Grocery, supermarket 500 m, sandy beach 700 m.
Inside 3-room villa 70 m2. Object suitable for 4 adults + 2 children. Spacious, simple and comfortable furnishings: living/dining room with 1 double sofabed, open-hearth fireplace, dining table and TV. Exit to the garden. 1 room with 1 double bed. 1 room with 2 beds. Small kitchen). Shower/bidet/WC. Air-conditioning (extra), boiler. Terrace furniture. Suitable for families.
Please note, short stays (stays less than 7 nights) may incur an additional supplementary fee, please contact Travelopo for short stay pricing.
The Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, bordering Slovenia and Austria, is truly an area of natural beauty, surrounded by high mountains and overlooking the Adriatic Sea. The region, located in the north-east of the country, is also a fantastic skiing destination, with a handful of imposing mountains offering great winter sport opportunities from snowboarding to ice skating. But the region is not exclusively a skiing hotspot – this varied part of Italy offers everything from sandy beaches to Roman ruins!
Made up of the provinces Gorizia, Pordenone, Udine and Trieste, its capital, the region is scattered with a diverse array of towns and cities to explore across its varied terrains. The renowned Carnic Alps, a range of the Southern Limestone Alps in Austria and north-eastern Italy, are a fantastic sight to see here (in the Udine province).
Despite being one of Italy’s least visited regions, a holiday here should not be missed – away from the tourist crowds in idyllic green spaces, from mountain treks to coastal paths.
Fruili-Venezia Giulia is a the perfect destination for those seeking an activity-filled break spent largely outdoors, with several protected areas offering fantastic hiking and walking nature routes, as well as trekking and mountain biking landscapes. The Dolomites mountain range are a brilliant natural attraction here, with the Nature Park of the Dolomites offering beautiful sceneries and outdoor fun, close to the Pordenone and Udine provinces.
The region’s capital is a great area to explore, sitting in the northernmost part of the high Adriatic in north-eastern Italy. The seaport offers an array of attractions, from its waterfront main square of Piazza Unità d’Italia facing the Adriatic Sea, to the 19th century landmark Miramare Castle.
While the capital is filled with magnificent historic buildings, museums and shops, history-lovers must head to Aquileia, a small and quiet town, once a significant Roman city. The seaside town of Grada is another fantastic destination here, located beautifully on a lagoon island offering gorgeous sandy beaches and a historic centre.