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La Tana dell'Istrice lies in the historic center of Civitella d’Agliano, a medieval village set between Viterbo and Orvieto.
Casa Vacanze Galli offers accommodations in Civitella d’Agliano, 8.7 mi from Orvieto. The kitchen comes with an oven, a refrigerator and a stovetop, as well as a coffee machine.
Featuring a furnished terrace overlooking the Lazio countryside, B&B La Terrazza is 1.6 mi from the center of Civitella d’Agliano. WiFi is free throughout.
With mountain views, B&B Le Poggere - piscina e panorama is located in Civitella dʼAgliano and has free WiFi. All units feature air conditioning and a flat-screen TV. Delightful hosts, working farm.
Offering barbecue facilities, il molinaccio al rio chiaro has accommodations in Civitella dʼAgliano. Complimentary WiFi is available.
Located 8.7 mi from Orvieto, La Torre del Prete offers pet-friendly accommodations in Civitella d’Agliano.
Located in San Michele in Teverina in the Lazio region, la Villetta has a terrace. Guests have a private balcony.
Located in San Michele in Teverina in the Lazio region, Castel San Michele features a terrace. The property has free WiFi. This villa has 9 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, and a kitchen.
Offering free WiFi and mountain views, L'Angoletto dei Calanchi is a property located in San Michele in Teverina. The property has garden views. It is brand new place with new appliances. Nice quiet town. Friendly host that makes their guests feel welcome.
Located in Graffignano, Il Torrino del Povile has accommodations with an outdoor pool. The accommodations feature a sauna. Everything is great! Food, room, people. Just want to come back
This is not a town that attracts tourists, though there are features of the city that should have folks lining up. For one thing, it is genuine village, 1700 souls strong, with all age groups represented. Italy has made known its problem with dying villages, picturesque hill towns with populations of seniors whose children have moved away. Civitella has a full compliment of youngsters, young adults, adults, and seniors, a reality I noted every evening during the hot summer of '17 when half the town came to the large plaza after dark: the children to play, the teens to gossip and wander, parents to watch their children and catch up with friends, and the seniors to play checkers cards beneath a street lamp. They would stay until midnight maintaining relationships, playing, and cooling down. One major attraction is the centro storico, the medieval fortified center of the old town with lanes a hand-cart wide, inset shrines, cats stretched out in the sun, and stone structures with fifteen inch walls. Getting there is easy as long as you walk or have a small car. The two entrances to the centro storico are narrow archways that prohibit entry by any vehicle larger than a Fiat Panda or thereabouts. Walking is definitely the way to see the two dozen lanes of this ancient enclave. Within Civitella d'Agliano itself and on the hillsides nearby are great agriturismo accommodations, from the La Tana dell'Istrice di Sergio Mottura in the center of the medieval heart of the city to Agriturismo Villa Torriti, just down the road. Viticulture is thriving in this winegrowing land of specialized grapes, like grechetto. Sergio Mottura uses them for three different types of wine which his cellars formulated over twenty years ago.