Farmhouse Casale San Francesco

Farmhouse Casale San Francesco Acquarossa Viterbo Bagnaia

Farmhouse Casale San Francesco is a medieval defence and watch tower that sits on top of Acquarossa hill and is surrounded by several acres of farmland.

The Medieval Tower of sighting and defense has a view that extends to 360 ° on the landscape around: the unspoilt nature of the Cimini Mountains; forested hills; Montefiascone, on the southeastern side of the Volsini Mountains.

It is situated strategically between the Cimini mountains and the Tirreno sea and close to the most important historic places such as Orvieto, Tarquinia, Tuscania, Viterbo and other Etruscan towns of Tuscia.

The tower is beautifully restored with excellent antique, craft furniture and decoration, timber ceilings, cotto floors, open fireplaces.

Quiet and Rural Atmosphere

We will host you into the true nature, between volcanic valleys, close to the Cimini Mountains,

The peaceful, rural character, the beautiful trails and a wide variety of interesting places nearby make the Farmhouse Casale San Francesco one of the most beautiful country houses in the area and the ideal location for exploring one of the most interesting and fascinating regions of Italy.

Farmhouse Casale San Francesco Acquarossa Quiet and Rural Atmosphere
Farmhouse Casale San Francesco Acquarossa Viterbo Bagnaia Panorama Veranda

Casale San Francesco in the Earth of Ancient Etruria

Nature, History and Archaeology: Tuscia is the casket of Etruscan Treasures

Within half an hour you can visit the volcanic lakes, Vico and Bolsena, this last the largest volcanic lake in Europe; one hour from Rome by car, 2 hours to Florence and many Tuscany cities of art.
In the surrounding countryside you can enjoy relaxing walks.

To the west, on clear days, you can see the reflection of Tarquinia sea, thus creating a link between these extraordinary expressions of the Etruscan world.

Farmhouse Casale San Francesco Acquarossa Viterbo Bagnaia Mappa

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Farmhouse Casale San Francesco