The villa can be rented as a unit or as two single apartments.
The house is a detached villa on the bank of Orbetello’s lagoon, immersed in silence and nature, only 200 meters far from the seaside that can be reached on foot.
The building stands on the Giannella’s Tombolo, 6 km long. The bank preserves the dunes and the typical Mediterranean vegetation, including agglomerations of Posidonia seaweed certifying the health of the sea.
The house is large (200 sqm) and has been recently completely restored. Two apartments of 100 sqm each, one on the ground floor and one on the first floor compose it. The surrounding garden is shared between the two apartments, as well as the gate of access to the entire property.
Both units have independent entrance and are equipped with mosquito nets, radiators, home linen and Internet.
The apartment on the ground floor can accommodate up to 6 people. You’ll find here a living room with a large bay window facing the lagoon, a fully equipped kitchen (with oven and dishwasher) and a bathroom.
The apartment on the first floor consists of a large living room with a fireplace, 2 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (one en-suite). You’ll find a double sofa bed and a single sofa bed too (7 beds total). This apartment offers a fully equipped kitchen with oven and dishwasher. It also benefits the use of two small terraces: from the first you can enjoy the view of Orbetello immersed in the lagoon, from the other you can reach a covered roof that overlooks the entire lagoon.
The whole villa can accommodate a total of 13 people.
In addition you can use a camp bed for younger children.
The house is decorated in a traditional style with furniture inspired by the surrounding nature. Each room has a closet with hangers and drawers.
The house is also equipped with a small library with books illustrating the surrounding area from a naturalistic, historical and artistic point of view.
The building is surrounded by a lush, large garden (1000 sqm with pines, palms and oleanders) where you can use a barbecue. The garden has a private access to the lagoon.
The location of the villa makes it suitable for families with children and for anyone looking for peacefulness.
In fact on the Giannella’s Tombolo lays only a private road (about 3 km long) forbidden to cars and it has several accesses to the lagoon. Here you can enjoy beautiful walks, on foot or by bicycle, which are available for you in the villa, both for adults and children.
From the Giannella’s Tombolo has been recently activated a ferry service (Navebus) that crosses the lagoon and allows to reach Orbetello, even with bicycles in tow.
You can enjoy the house, ideal for bird-watching, even in autumn and winter, admiring from the windows the extraordinary spectacle of birds (including herons, flamingos and ducks) that densely populate the area in front of the house.
The house was designed and built in 1968 by the famous architect Carlo Alberto Carpiceci ( (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) ) who bought this estate attracted by the extraordinary charm of the lagoon.
This house is now one of the few privileged buildings that overlook the splendid brackish lake.
The villa was completely renovated in 2014, but the strong imprint of its designer has remained unchanged. It is clearly recognizable in the use of different materials, in the porthole windows and in the wrought iron elements that characterize the refined well, the lamppost and the gate, on top of which you see the monogram of the architect.
The location of the house allows you to reach with ease destinations such as Rome (148 km), Florence (184 km), Siena (120 km). Nearby Orbetello there are many other lovely villages that possess characteristics of natural beauty together with historical and artistic value.
Mandatory cleaning fee: 150 EUR .
Key money: 500 EUR.
Deposit 25 % upon booking, non-refundable. Payment on arrival.
The village of Orbetello stands at the bank of a brackish lagoon which became in 1972 one of the first WWF natural oasis in Italy to protect and to defend the resident and migrant birds stopping in his splendid lake. Here bathing, fishing and access to not authorized boats are prohibited.
Two strips of land (Feniglia’s Tombolo and Giannella’s Tombolo) define the lagoon, facing the Tyrrhenian Sea on their other side. In this place it’s easy to enjoy simultaneously a pristine nature and the wild coast of Tuscany.
Behind the village stands the Monte Argentario with its natural enchanting beauty and at its feet the little towns of Porto Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano, from where you can easily reach by ferry the islands of Giglio and Giannutri.