Villa Sole Very brand new semi-detached villa, with air conditioning and garden

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2 bedrooms
Beach
Beach
Beach
Pool

Overview of Villa Sole Very brand new semi-detached villa, with air conditioning and garden

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Villa Sole Very brand new semi-detached villa, with air conditioning and garden

Entire home

2 bedrooms1 bathroomSleeps 5

Popular amenities

  • Air conditioning
  • Washer
  • Barbecue grill
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Comacchio, Emilia-Romagna

Explore the area

  • AirportRavenna (RAN)42 min drive
  • Popular LocationMirabilandia50 min drive
  • Popular LocationPineta di Cervia - Milano Marittima51 min drive
  • Popular LocationCoastal Botanical Gardens in Puerto Calero61 min drive

Space details

2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, sleeps 5
Bathroom 1
    Shower

About this property

Entire place

You'll have the entire home to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

Villa Sole Very brand new semi-detached villa, with air conditioning and garden

Family-friendly holiday home in Comacchio
Semi-detached villa recently built, developed on two floors with air conditiong and garden, in residential context at Lido degli Scacchi.

Comacchio is about 10 km away and is the most original and fascinating historical center in Po Delta Park.
Origin of the ancient Spina, long controversial from Ferrara and Ravenna, by the Popes and Emperors, has ancient origins: it rises in fact at the dawn of the Middle Ages, when the initial settlement settled on a chain of islets emerging in the evergreen mouth of the Padana.
Fishing, shellfish, salt production were the source of its flourishingness and its overturns, due to the conflicts that opposed it to Venice. After the Estense era, during the Pontifical State, the city revived, so much so that the happiest architectural and monumental interventions dates back to the sixth-eighteenth century.
Now Comacchio is a lagoon town that enchants: it is gentle and genuine, with a vitality that is lymph in respect to its own history and the desire to valorize it. A widespread reminder remembers the proximity to the sea, whose light fills the urban spaces, even more potentiated by the quiet areas of the canals.
The town of Comacchio and its valleys represent the "heart" of the Delta, are in fact the green lungs of the whole Adriatic coast from Chioggia to Cattolica. The Comacchio Lagoon are the real museum and represent one of the most important lagoon complexes in Italy and Europe. They extend to the provinces of Ferrara and partly to Ravenna, for more than 11,000 hectares, between Comacchio and the River Reno, and are connected to the sea through the channels of Magnavacca, Logonovo, Bellocchio and Gobbino. Formations of brackish water, they represent an important biotope of brackish water wet zone, made up of extreme alofil vegetation and declared of international interest, according to the Ramsar Convention of 1971.
Around the lagoon the historical and economic history of Comacchio has been centered and developed; this is an almost unique example of integration between the natural environment and human activity, where salt production and fisheries have always represented the primary economic bases, to which local craftsmanship was predominantly linked, being almost agriculture is absent and tourism is completely lacking. These latest economic components have developed almost simultaneously with the reclamation and draining of thousands of acres of lagoon, leaving unchanged that part of which is still practiced especially eel fishing with special instruments named Lavoriero.
The total surface is formed by the lagoon "Fossa di Porto" (including Zavelea oasis), "Lido di Magnavacca", "Fattibello" (which in the past was not far used for fishing as a daily livelihood) and "Campo"; has a morphology articulated because of:
artificial crevices created to delineate the catchment basins of the bush, barene and ancient dunosis emerging from the waters.
Boscoforte Peninsula is a very suggestive sandy tongue, extending from the Reno River between the lagoon "Fossa di Porto" and "Lido di Magnavacca" for a length of 6 km, formed by the expanse of a dune-coastal cordon of the Etruscan period .
Semi-detached villa recently built, developed on two floors with air conditiong and garden, in residential context at Lido degli Scacchi.

Comacchio is about 10 km away and is the most original and fascinating historical center in Po Delta Park.
Origin of the ancient Spina, long controversial from Ferrara and Ravenna, by the Popes and Emperors, has ancient origins: it rises in fact at the dawn of the Middle Ages, when the initial settlement settled on a chain of islets emerging in the evergreen mouth of the Padana.
Fishing, shellfish, salt production were the source of its flourishingness and its overturns, due to the conflicts that opposed it to Venice. After the Estense era, during the Pontifical State, the city revived, so much so that the happiest architectural and monumental interventions dates back to the sixth-eighteenth century.
Now Comacchio is a lagoon town that enchants: it is gentle and genuine, with a vitality that is lymph in respect to its own history and the desire to valorize it. A widespread reminder remembers the proximity to the sea, whose light fills the urban spaces, even more potentiated by the quiet areas of the canals.
The town of Comacchio and its valleys represent the "heart" of the Delta, are in fact the green lungs of the whole Adriatic coast from Chioggia to Cattolica. The Comacchio Lagoon are the real museum and represent one of the most important lagoon complexes in Italy and Europe. They extend to the provinces of Ferrara and partly to Ravenna, for more than 11,000 hectares, between Comacchio and the River Reno, and are connected to the sea through the channels of Magnavacca, Logonovo, Bellocchio and Gobbino. Formations of brackish water, they represent an important biotope of brackish water wet zone, made up of extreme alofil vegetation and declared of international interest, according to the Ramsar Convention of 1971.
Around the lagoon the historical and economic history of Comacchio has been centered and developed; this is an almost unique example of integration between the natural environment and human activity, where salt production and fisheries have always represented the primary economic bases, to which local craftsmanship was predominantly linked, being almost agriculture is absent and tourism is completely lacking. These latest economic components have developed almost simultaneously with the reclamation and draining of thousands of acres of lagoon, leaving unchanged that part of which is still practiced especially eel fishing with special instruments named Lavoriero.
The total surface is formed by the lagoon "Fossa di Porto" (including Zavelea oasis), "Lido di Magnavacca", "Fattibello" (which in the past was not far used for fishing as a daily livelihood) and "Campo"; has a morphology articulated because of:
artificial crevices created to delineate the catchment basins of the bush, barene and ancient dunosis emerging from the waters.
Boscoforte Peninsula is a very suggestive sandy tongue, extending from the Reno River between the lagoon "Fossa di Porto" and "Lido di Magnavacca" for a length of 6 km, formed by the expanse of a dune-coastal cordon of the Etruscan period .
Guest accommodation at this holiday home offers air conditioning. Bathrooms include a shower.

Property amenities

Family friendly

  • High chair

Food and drink

  • Fridge

Bedrooms

  • 2 bedrooms

Bathrooms

  • 1 bathroom
  • Shower

Entertainment

  • TV

Outdoor areas

  • Barbecue

Laundry

  • Washing machine

Comfort

  • Air conditioning

Pets

  • No pets allowed

Suitability/Accessibility

  • Smoke-free property

General

  • Sleeps 5

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Policies

Check-in

Check-in time starts at 3:00 PM

Check-out

Check-out before 10:00 AM

Special check-in instructions

You will receive an email from the host with check-in and check-out instructions

Pets

Pets not allowed

Children and extra beds

Children are welcome

Important information

You need to know

This property is managed by a professional host. The provision of housing is linked to their trade, business, or profession
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges; special requests cannot be guaranteed
On-site parties or group events are strictly prohibited
This property is managed through our partner, Vrbo. You will receive an email from Vrbo with a link to a Vrbo account, where you can change or cancel your reservation

We should mention

All guests, including children, must be present at check-in and show their government-issued photo ID card or passport
Cash transactions at this property cannot exceed EUR 1999.99, due to national regulations; for further details, please contact the property using the information in the booking confirmation

Property is also known as

8230-32211

About this area

Comacchio

This holiday home is located in Comacchio. Roman Ship Museum and Manifattura dei Marinati are cultural highlights, and some of the area's landmarks include Trepponti Bridge and Pomposa Abbey.

What's nearby

  • Circuito di Pomposa - 17 min walk
  • Po Delta Park - 17 min drive
  • Mirabilandia - 50 min drive
  • Pineta di Cervia - Milano Marittima - 51 min drive
  • Coastal Botanical Gardens in Puerto Calero - 61 min drive

Getting around

  • Massafiscaglia Station - 22 min drive

Restaurants

  • Bagno Sagano - 19 min walk
  • Piadina Ciliegia - 3 min drive
  • Pizzeria Sonia - 3 min drive
  • Pizzeria Santa Lucia - 3 min drive
  • El Paladar - 3 min drive

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