Basking in the Italian countryside is on many people's bucket lists. And while plenty of people have Tuscany on their radar, there is even more of Italy to explore. For instance, just a little way to the east, bordering the Adriatic sea, is the Marche region. Here, tourists have the option of renting an entire village—including houses, shops, and restaurants—for $1,577 per night.
The picturesque town of Petritoli is situated atop the Marche region's distinct hilly landscape, just three hours away from Rome and four hours from Florence. With origins in Medieval times, it features quaint rock architecture, cobblestone streets, piazzas, a convent, a wine-tasting cellar, and much more. Up to 200 people can reside in Petritoli at one time, having the option to stay in a historic castle, bed-and-breakfasts, apartments, and charming little houses.
By booking the village, visitors will be able to fulfill the dream of living in a traditional Italian town. They will have access to gardens, pools, a Baroque theater, as well as local gelaterias and coffee shops. There is even an option to hire professional catering for special events, which can feed up to 250 people. And while there is plenty to do in Pertritoli, guests can also take a trip to the beaches, which are located just 12 miles away.
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You can rent an entire medieval village in Italy's Marche region.
The town of Petritoli can host up to 200 guests at a time.
It is situated on rolling hills with stone houses and cobblestone streets.
The housing includes a castle, bed-and-breakfasts, apartments, and small houses.
Situated in the small community is also a Baroque theater.
And the beach is only 12 miles away.
You can rent the entire village for $1,577 per night.
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