'Casa in Piazza' Vasto Historical Center House

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House to rent in the Medieval town of Vasto. This quaint old traditional house is located in the pedestrian only part of the historical center, a minutes walk to shops, restaurants and bars. Only a 15 minute walk (or 5 minutes by bus) to the nearest beach on the beautiful Adriatic coast of Italy. Ideal city or beach break in the perfect location with everything for a perfect holiday right on your doorstep!

Our 'Casa in Piazza'...
COVID-19 After every guest departure the property will be cleaned and fully disinfected then left sealed for 24 hours to ensure the property is perfectly safe for the next arrival. We now offer contactless check-in on request. Our guests safety is of prime importance.

Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence Winner 2019 and People's choice award 2020. Please visit TA site to read all our fantastic reviews and to see why our guests regularly return!

This quaint old Medieval house is located in a quiet residential piazza (square) in the pedestrian part of the historical center of Vasto, Abruzzo, Italy. It is the perfect location only a minutes walk from the many bars, restaurants and boutiques and from the main piazza in the pedestrian marble and cobbled streets. You can also walk down to the beach in 15 minutes or 5 minutes by car. It is an ideal location to come and experience REAL Italian life! Read MORE below... (Be aware that most of the apartments for rent in Vasto are on the modern outskirts of town, NOT in the historical center, or they are on the modern Vasto marina beach area where all the noisy nightclubs and discos are located.)

For more information and photos, please see my personal Vasto rental site: ABRUZZORENTALS (all one word)

* Unlimited free Wifi internet *

The centrally heated house has a large open plan ground floor with a kitchenette with full oven, 4 ring gas hob, fridge with freezer compartment (we provide a cool bag and chillers for the beach). The lounge /diner with an antique decorative brick fireplace typical of an Italian medieval town house. We provide a tv with a large range of DVD's as well as a selection of books and guide books on the area and a full information brochure with maps and recommendations. Unlimited free Internet access is also available. The opening shuttered front windows by the extending dining table (seats 4) look out to the piazza. The marble stairs lead up to the large family character bathroom with high original wood beamed ceiling and window looking into a cobbled street. It features a w.c , bidet, basin with vanity unit and mirror, heated towel rail, radiator and bath with shower over. The double bedroom with king size bed has the same original high wooden beamed ceiling with side tables and lamps and 2 double wardrobes. The bedroom has air-conditioning if you need it at a cost of €7 a day payable on arrival on request. It is only usually necessary in July and August. Fans are provided to use throughout the rest of the year. There is also a small table and 2 chairs and french doors leading to a small south facing Juliette balcony with views over the sunny piazza. Included in our prices, we provide all bathroom towels and bed linen (changed weekly), a welcome pack including wine, final cleaning costs and a full brochure of recommended restaurants, things to see and do in the area,maps and local events.

If you require beach towels, these can be provided with advance notice, one per person per stay (up to 4 towels)

There is free street car parking and several car parks including a secure multi-story car park all only 2 mins walk from the house should you need it. We provide a parking map of all the free spaces before arrival.

It is an ideal base for a family or couples wishing to explore the beautiful town and for a beach holiday too. It is perfect for families as there are two separate single sofa-beds in the lounge and children are welcome. Please contact me if you have very young children as this house may not be suitable. Please note we do NOT supply a cot, stair gate, high chair etc. (sleeps max 4 persons) If you have very young children or babies, then please see our award winning Medieval Apartment Near Beach, which may be more suitable and is located only a couple of minutes walk from this house and sleeps 4, it is suitable for children of all ages.

Vasto has everything right on it's doorstep and is ideal for both a city break or a few weeks in the sun on the beach. Unlike most hill towns in Abruzzo, a car is not necessary here. If you want to immerse yourself with the local colour and lifestyle of 'real' Italy, then this house is for you!


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8. des 2022 - 15. des 2022

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Vasto, CH, Ítalía

Located directly in the pedestrian only part of the Historical center in Vasto town, in a quiet residential piazza, only a minutes walk from the shops, bars, restaurants and only 15 minutes (down steps) from the nearest beach.

Vasto is on the Adriatic coast of the Chieti region of Abruzzo and is an area of outstanding natural beauty. There are many national parks and nature reserves, with caves and grottoes nearby, both inland and by the sea, and the Appenine mountains are only 1 h 15 mins by car should you wish to explore further afield and drive up to the Maiella mountain. Aqualand water park (15 minutes by bus)is one of the biggest in the region and has many fun slides and amusements for children.

The closest beach is pebble and rock and ideal for snorkeling (only 15 minutes walk down steps) It is usually very quiet and you can have the whole beach to yourself! The popular Blue Flag sandy Marina beach is gently shelving and ideal for children. Here you can find all amenities such as sunbeds, umbrellas, toilet and shower facilities, restaurants, snackbars, gelateria, motor boat hire and pedalo hire. It is 20 minutes walk or regular bus service in 5 minutes.

There really is no need for a car here as everything you could want is on your doorstep for either a weekend city break or for 2 weeks on the beach!

April and May are beautiful, with many days in the 70's ( low 20's) and the flowers and plants are blooming.

June is my favourite month with warm sea and deserted beaches.

July and August are the hottest months, it is a great time to visit for the beaches and the sea, where the sea temperature rises to 80 degrees (26) and the activities that the town arrange for the visiting Romans, such as jazz in the park, rock bands in the piazza, carnival, local pageant, and wine tastings etc, most of which are free to attend.

September is quiet when all the Romans have left, but the summer is by no means over, and the beaches are once again deserted and quiet, but with high temperatures and perfect for a peaceful beach holiday. The end of September celebrates the towns Patron Saint where the town is full to bursting with celebrations, parades, street markets and performers, concert bands and rock concerts all ending in a fantastic firework display!

October is late summer here, and you can still expect weather similar to that in May if not warmer. The town is quiet and peaceful and more like the 'real' Italy once more.

November is quiet and cool, but December is a fantastic time to visit as the town is bedecked with lights and carol concerts are held in the piazzas and churches along with wine tasting and many other wonderful Christmas events. It is a magical time.

Vasto town is built on the Roman ruins of Histonium, and is a Medieval town with great charm and character. There is plenty to see and do in the town itself, churches and cathedrals, the Roman baths with mosaics, a Medieval Castle, the lovely park with it's large duck pond and fountain and the Palace.There is also a running track, a tennis club, and indoor swimming pool and fitness club with gym, all within a few minutes walk of the house.

If you are a foodie, then you will be in heaven in Vasto! Our local speciality is Brodetto alla Vastese, which is a fish stew, consisting of various types of locally caught fresh fish, prawns, langoustines, mussels, clams all cooked in local olive oil, garlic and tomato. Fresh fish is a speciality of Vasto as it has always been an important fishing port and the locally caught fresh fish is the best you will ever have! Another local fish dish is Seabass baked in the oven on a bed of rosemary potatoes. And why not try the once ina lifetime chance to have a meal on an authentic Trabocco fishing house made of wood and built out over the sea? There is something very magical about eating fresh fish with the waves lapping below your feet, and the best part is that you can walk here from our casa! If you are not a fish lover, there is always porchetta - whole roasted suckling pig stuffed with rosemary, herbs and almonds or try a tagliata - sliced steak with cherry tomatoes, rocket and parmesan cheese. Don't forget to order a glass of local Pecorino or Trebbiano white wines to go with your fish, or a Montepulciano D'Abruzzo red to go with your steak! You can even visit the local vineyard here in Vasto for the afternoon for a wine tasting and a spot of lunch of local speciality cured meats and cheeses.

On a Saturday morning there is a local produce market selling cheese, cured meats and organic fresh fruit and vegetables from the local farms. It is full of local characters and a great photo opportunity. There is also another Saturday market selling a variety of goods including leather bags and belts, clothes and shoes.

There are plenty of pavement cafes and bars and restaurants to while away the days in, along with the many high class boutiques to window shop in, including Burberry, Gucci Jewellery, Marella, MaxMara and of course a huge array of beautiful shoe shops!

There are museums, art galleries, a costume museum, archaeological gardens in the Palazzo. A large portion of the town is pedestrian only and therefore safe and quiet. A favourite pastime of the Vastese is the passegiata or evening stroll, where everybody dresses in their finest and strolls around the town chatting and stopping for aperativo with friends.

Although Vasto is little known in Europe, it is an Italian secret, and a favourite summer destination of the wealthy Romans, who have been coming here for years, many having second homes here. It offers plenty to do for a long weekend or with the added bonus of the beach, a fortnights holiday.

Cultural events occur throughout the year, with festivals of music, classical and rock concerts, Jazz in the park, film festival and food festivals, along with historical pageantry dating back to the 17th century. The local saints day of San Michele is a festa held on the last weekend in September and is a massive celebration with bands, music, market stalls all ending the the biggest and best firework display you have ever seen! Almost all of these are free to attend or watch.

You can hire a car in Vasto if you wish to explore further afield, including the nature reserves, the Majaletta mountain park and the caves and grottoes. There are plenty of nearby antico borgi (old hill towns) to explore nearby as well as miles of golden beaches.

The Cavellone caves are a fantastic day out in the summer, and a break from the heat in July or August. The view from the cable car over the mountains is not to be missed.

The Tremiti Islands are reachable by ferry (50 mins) which goes daily from Termoli and Vasto port in the summer. Here you can sit on the beach or hire a boat and go snorkeling or diving in the crystal clear water. Rome is less than 3 hours away, and can be reached by air-conditioned coach from Vasto bus station should you wish to have a day trip or over night stay there.

Vasto is only 50 minutes by car from Pescara Abruzzo airport. You can hire a car at the airport or a taxi, or if required I can arrange a car to meet you for a fee of €90 payable directly to the driver. A taxi from the airport will cost considerably more.

There is parking 2 minutes walk from the casa, either free street parking, or a multi-story car park or two other paying car parks. I provide a parking map to my guests prior to arrival.

All bed linen, bathroom towels are provided and changed once a week.

A security deposit of €100 is payable on arrival and will be returned on departure (less any breakages)

We also provide a welcome pack of tea, coffee, milk, water and wine.

The whole house is for rent and can sleep 4. It is suitable for a couple or for a family of 4.

Gestgjafi: James

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I am James and I live here in Vasto on the Adriatic coast of Italy with my wife Judy. We bought a holiday home here in 2006 and liked it so much that within 2 years we had moved here permanently. We love the town, it's history, being in the center so close to the shops, bars and restaurants is so convenient, but we can walk to the beach in only 15 minutes! We now rent out the apartment that we originally bought and restored for ourselves to guests. We have also since gone on to buy a beautiful little house in the pedestrian only part of the historical center which we use for family, friends and guests. Both the house and our award winning Medieval apartment here in Vasto are only a few minutes walk away from each other. If you need accommodation on one level or a romantic setting then the apartment is for you, or if you need to accommodate more people or children then the house if perfect. We live close by both properties so are always on hand to give help and advice when needed. If you love history, art, eating out in fabulous but reasonable restaurants, shopping in the designer boutiques, people watching in the pavement cafes and lazy days on the beach, then everything you need is right here in Vasto. There is no need for a car as it is all right on the doorstep. We look forward to welcoming you to Vasto!
I am James and I live here in Vasto on the Adriatic coast of Italy with my wife Judy. We bought a holiday home here in 2006 and liked it so much that within 2 years we had moved he…

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We are on hand in case of emergency and always contactable by phone. There is a brochure supplied in the house detailing recommended restaurants, what to see and do in the area, maps, travel and much more. We advise on arrival of any special events on in the town during your stay.
We are on hand in case of emergency and always contactable by phone. There is a brochure supplied in the house detailing recommended restaurants, what to see and do in the area, ma…
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