Our collection of Italian apartments are perfect for travellers who would like the space, privacy and independence of their own private space to relax in, especially during these exceptional times. How about a picturesque break at one of our apartments in the Tuscany Countryside or Amalfi Coast? Our portfolio of properties have been carefully selected, to cater to a variety of visitors. Some are cosy and would suit couples on a romantic get-away, while others are bigger and are ideal for families.
Whether you’re looking for an idyllic escape to the Tuscany Countryside – or, want to explore the local food specialities in the quaint trattorias of the Amalfi Coast. Immerse yourself into Italian cuisine and be like a local – shopping for fresh market ingredients, and then cook something special using your own apartment’s well equipped kitchen. Whatever your ideal Italy holiday is, Citalia will help you find your dream destination.
We also offer a selection of apartments in Italy. Most are self-catering, with well-equipped kitchenettes, and all of them offer access to a swimming pool. They’re scattered around the country, from Rome to the shores of Lake Garda.
Located in the heart of the Tre Rose Vineyard estate, Borgo Tre Rose consists of six rural Tuscan houses, all steeped in history. Guests can benefit from a large panoramic terrace, swimming pool and experiences such as wine tasting and horse riding.
Zampugna Apartments have been converted from an old farmhouse, yet have retained their original Tuscan charm. Situated between the towns of Montepulciano and Pienza, the apartments offer wonderful views of the surrounding hilltop villages, vineyards and endless fields of sunflowers.
A beautiful classic farmhouse set in the Tuscany Countryside. Because it’s situated on a hillside you’ll always have a cool breeze, even in the hot summer months. There are seven apartments, each has a patio making it ideal for al fresco meals that overlook the medieval towers of San Gimignano.
Villa Casale is located close to Ravello’s main square. The villa is made up of nine charming apartments, set in gardens with views of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Team the independence of dining on your own terrace with the option of wandering into Ravello to a local restaurant.
This a fantastic option for those after a self-catering apartment in Rome. There’s a metro station around the corner to whisk you into the city centre, plus a pool for cooling off after a day’s sightseeing.
Il Borgo di Montereggi & Il Casale was once a 16th-century Tuscan farmhouse, and has now been converted into apartments, while keeping its original charm. Set amongst 250 acres of grounds, it boasts wine and olive oil production, a swimming pool and peace and tranquility.
Situated in the small Hamlet of Artimino, you’ll be surrounded by the beautiful Tuscan Countryside. Each apartment has been restored, and features grand stone fireplaces and beamed ceilings.