3 bedroom 1 bath fully equipped apartment in the historical center of Tarquinia, Italy. Garden terraces with panoramic rooftop views of the city and sea. Walking distance to monuments, restaurants and bars. Only 6km from the seaside.
San Martino Guesthouse is located in the Medieval Center of Tarquinia, Italy. There are panoramic views from the roof top terraces and views of the famous medieval piazza di San Martino in Tarquinia. It is fully equipped with kitchen utensils, linens and TV. It is walking distance from all the major points of interest in Tarquinia and just 6km to the beach. Our guest will receive a 30%discount for an umbrella and lounge chairs at "Riva Blue" beach club located at the Lido of Tarquinia.
Riva Blue Beach Club at Tarquinia Lido- Save 30% on chair/lounge rental
Centrally located in the medieval quarter of Tarquinia.
There is convenient public transportation to shopping mall, train station, Etruscan Necropolis and the beach.
No smoking in the apartment. There are 2 terraces and the piazza for smoking areas.
We had a charming time in Tarquinia. Sherri met us at the train station and drove is to the apartment. The apartment was spacious and well equipped. It had a lovely view and near good restaurants. Sherri helped us find our way around town and informed us where we could catch the bus back to the train station.
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Just a few tips for traveling to Italy; At all the churches in Italy, proper attire is appropriate and no short shorts(thighs) or shoulders should be (website hidden) the summer months I carry a scarf with me to cover my shoulders when I enter a church. Etiquette applies to women as well to men. In Naples, don't cut the pasta, if you have a hard time twirling the spaghetti on the fork, slurp it up and stain your shirt, but don't cut it. In all of Italy, never cross arms of other people when you shake hands nor toast (very bad luck). Coffee is drank after your meal and not during. In Italy, the coffee is expresso. You can ask for an American coffee but they will bring you an expresso with extra water and look at you funny. Italians take a siesta from 2-4pm and it is polite not to talk loudly in the streets at that hour. At 7pm, most bars will have "l'apperitivo" where the locals meet, talk about their day and share a glass of wine with free appetizers, then go home for dinner. Things to eat; Tarfufo nero ice cream at Piazza Navona infront of the Bernini fountain. It's a chocolate lovers delight! In Naples you have to have an "Aragosto" or "sfogliattella" in a pastry shop or a"Baba". I'll stop here , Everything is good in Italy!