Villa Miranda 10 pax waterfront with free parking, WiFi, BBQ, near Cinque Terre
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Francesca Zazzali - SEA AND COUNTRY VILLAS - Director
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Su Francesca Zazzali - SEA AND COUNTRY VILLAS - Director
SEA AND COUNTRY VILLAS Our agency is based in the small historic town of Sarzana, set in a privileged 'crossroads' position between the Ligurian sea and northen Tuscany`s Apuan Alps mountain range. We are therefore ideally placed to bring you the very best of both these worlds, in terms of knowledge and expertise. Our experienced, bilingual staff will be happy to help arrange not only your accommodation, but also any additional tailor-made services you may require, such as cooking courses, day-trips, tours and holiday or route-planning consultancy. The diversity and outstanding natural beauty of this particular corner of the world really do promise something for everyone, to make your stay here truly unforgettable. And we take pride in making it our business to ensure your Italian interlude is a carefree, wonderfully memorable experience! We look forward to being of service to you and to welcoming you to the unique attractions of this very special region. Francesca & Massimo
Perché Francesca Zazzali - SEA AND COUNTRY VILLAS - Director ha scelto Portovenere
This waterfront villa is the ideal location for couples and families who want to enjoy the beauty of Portovenere, Cinque Terre and surroundings.
Che cosa rende questa casa unica?
Charming villa front sea located in Portovenere world heritage site protected by UNESCO. ACCOMMODATION Ground floor: 1 Living room, 1 Living/dining room, 1 Kitchen, 1 Bathroom with shower First floor: 3 Double Bedrooms, 1 Twin bedroom, 1 bedroom with bunk beds, 1 full Bathroom with tub, 1 half bathroom. Square Meters: 200 Outside: Patio, garden and relax area with sea view Private parking: Max 2 cars (only small cars) - NOTE: SUVs and vans do not pass through the gate PRICE INCLUDES All linen and towels All utilities WiFi Internet Access Water, gas, electricity Gardener Parking: Max 2 cars (only small cars) - NOTE: SUVs and vans do not pass through the gate PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE Security Deposit of Euro 400,00 to be paid in cash Euro on arrival and refunded at the end of the holiday. Final cleanings of Euro 180,00
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Rimborso del 100% se si cancella la prenotazione almeno 60 giorni prima della data di arrivo.
Excellent vacation a few steps from the sea
Amazing property close to the sea.
Pictures do not show fairly the beauty of the nature around the villa.
We really enjoyed our breakfasts under gazebo on terrace as well as the proximity to the beach clubs.
A nice place to come back.
Une belle maison très bien située
Villa Miranda Portovenere
Une maison spacieuse, bien meublée et avec tout ce qui est nécessaire pour passer de plaisantes vacances. 10 personnes y trouvent amplement place et la literie est de bonne qualité. Grand jardin soigné et ombragé avec vue sur la baie et l'île de Palmaria. La plage devant la maison et le centre de Portovenere, un bijou qui n'a rien à envier aux Cinque Terre, rejoignable en quelques petites minutes à pied. De nombreux restaurants (notre favori: Ristorante Miramare) et une ruelle adorable pour flâner "gelato" en main. Repos, patrimoine culturel, nature et charme italien - nous y retournerons volontiers!
The villa was in a great location ... a few steps from the sea with amazing views. Everything was good. We really enjoyed the brdinners on terrace.
Portovenere is just amazing !
Thank you very much indeed
Portovenere is a rare gem !
Our time at villa MIRANDA could not have been more perfect. Very tranquil and relaxing, beautiful scenery and wonderful hosts. The property is just a few steps from the sea and close to restaurants and bars. The house itself is very nice. We did not have a car but didn't really mind.
Massimo of "Sea and Country Villas" arranged everything ! Transfers, Wine tour, and Yacht cruise around Cinque Terre. We are so in love with this place now that we are planning to buy a small apartment.
I can't say enough about the graciousness and generosity of SCV. If you're booking here for a relaxing Italian Riviera holiday you will not be disappointed!
Rupert, your words fill our hearts with joy
Thank you very much indeed
Massimo & Francesca
We had a great stay at VILLA MIRANDA and thoroughly enjoyed our relaxing time in the grounds and the surrounding CINQUE TERRE. Most supplies you will need for your stay are a short walk away in the village around the property. Would highly recommend! PORTOVENERE is really fabulous !!!
We can't wait to come back !
R and D
Thank you very much indeed Robert!
We can't wait to see you again in the future. :)
A dream come true !
A beautiful villa, with a very kind owner. Everything perfect. Much recommended. Ideal for a group of friends or for a large family.
There are no words to describe the beauty of this village ! Portovenere is one the most beautiful places I've ever seen indeed.
Massimo (the Agent of Sea and Country Villas) arranged everything
Transfers from Pisa Airport, Wine Tours, Yacht cruises (we saw the dolphines yeaaaaah) and Vespa tour . Great time ! Tks Massimo for your help
we are happy to know that your holiday was memorable and we hope to see you again in the future :)
Massimo & Francesca
The ancient Portus Veneris is believed to date back to at least the middle of the 1st century BC. It has been said that the name refers to a temple to the goddess Venus which was sited on the promontory where the church of Peter the Apostle now stands. The name has also been linked to that of the hermit Saint Venerius. In Roman times the city was essentially a fishing community.
After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, Porto Venere became the base of the Byzantine fleet in the northern Tyrrhenian Sea, but was destroyed by the Lombards in 643 AD. Later, it was a frequent target of Saracen raids. First indications of the existence of a castle date from 1113, and in 1161 the walls were erected. Porto Venere became a fiefdom of a family from Vezzano before passing to Genoa in the early 12th century. In 1494, it suffered a devastating bombardment from the Aragonese fleet during their war with Genoa: subsequently the old part of the town declined in importance, giving way to the development of the Borgo Nuovo ("New District"), which had existed from 1139 and is centred on the church of St. Peter. In 1797, with the French domination of Napoleon Bonaparte on 2 December the town became part of the Department of the Gulf of Venus, with a capital of La Spezia, in the Ligurian Republic annexed to the First French Empire. From 28 April 1798 with the new French law, the territory of Portovenere fell in the seventh canton, as the capital, the Jurisdiction of the Gulf of Venus since 1803 and the main center of the third State of the Gulf of Venus in the jurisdiction of the Gulf of Venus. From 13 June 1805 to 1814 it was included in the Department of the Apennines. It was at this point which, in 1812, it became part of the coastal route called "Route Napoleon" in honor of the French general and now known as localized road 530, which still connects the marine center with La Spezia via Fezzano, Le Grazie and Terizzo. In 1815 it was incorporated in the Kingdom of Sardinia, according to the decisions of the Congress of Wien of 1814, and subsequently in the Kingdom of Italy from 1861. From 1859 to 1927 the territory was included in the First district of La Spezia, part of the Eastern District of the Province of Genoa before and, with the establishment in 1923, the Province of La Spezia then. In 1998 it obtained for its architectural heritage and natural entry in the list of protected World Heritage Site, with the Rolli in Genoa's historic center and the only two goods entered for Liguria, and in 2001 established eponymous Regional Natural Park