Versilia hills 20 km from Pisa airport

Versilia hills 20 km from Pisa airport


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

The house is on two floors:
Ground floor: living room, kitchen, 1 bathroom (shower.)
First floor: one bedroom with two twin beds, one double bedroom, one single bedroom, small bathroom.
Outside: terrace well equipped with garden table and chairs.
Room with washing machine and washbasin.

Property features

Who we are

  1. We are two married couples in our fifties and we live in Versilia, Italy.

    We have already been in NY and we have definitely fallen in love with it.

    For our next coming we would like to live and feel as you locals do.

    We have never made a home exchange before but we are longing to trying it.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

Cosy cottage in olive grove on Versilia hills only 20 km far from Pisa International airport (Delta flights arrival).

Very close to Camaiore for everyday shopping. 12km supermarket store
(founded by the Romans - Campus Maior - and during the Middle Age important stop for pilgrims on their way to Rome).

12km from the beautiful Versilia beach where have fun and much more.

15 km from Torre del Lago Puccini, home of the famous music composer Giacomo Puccini.

12km from motorway to get to:

Pisa (20km) with the leaning Tower and the Dome where Galileo is believed to have formulated his theory about the movement of a pendulum by watching the swinging of the incense lamp (not the present one) hanging from the ceiling of the nave.

Lucca (15km) famous for its intact Renaissance-era city walls.
In 1805, Lucca was taken over by Napoleon, who put his sister Elisa Bonaparte Baciocchi in charge as "Queen of Etruria".

Florence (100km) too much to write about it.

Siena (150km) as above.

Riviera Ligure (for istance Cinque Terre, so loved by Lord Byron and Shelley with his wife, or Portofino, international jet set meeting-place.

This brief list could have no end.....

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