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Nice holiday time! Buone vacanze

Dear guests and customers of Lupus-Italicus, dear Internet visitors,

summer has begun and your holiday can start!

We would like to inform you that our office will be close during the time July 21st to 28th 2018.
We would be happy to answer your enquiries beginning on July 30th.

We wish a wonderful summer, buone vacanze...

Your Lupus-Italicus

Happy Christmas

We wish all our guests and customers Happy Christmas and a Happy new Year!


New spacious Villa for 6 up to 8 people

New spacious Villa for 6 up to 8 people

When it comes to enjoying a relaxing holiday in an unspoilt environment, "La Perla” really does make for a lovely choice. The "La Perla" Agriturismo is located on a hill, 555 metres above sea level at the heart of a 40-hectare agricultural undertaking. "La Perla" blends wonderfully into the green rolling hills of a region that forms the meeting point of three Italian states (Umbria, Tuscany and Latium) and is only short distance Bolsena Lake. Offering breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding Alta Tuscia mountains, "La Perla" is a wonderful place to be. A Jacuzzi and a swimming-pool There is a beautiful villa with terraces, for a big family or two small families: "Giardino".

Bradt Travel Guide to Abruzzo

Bradt Travel guides has just published the first and only English-language guide to Abruzzo, a region that lies just an hour's drive from Rome, yet has never been discovered by mass tourism.

Written by an author born and bred in the region Luciano Di Gregorio, it explores Abruzzo's three national parks, where skiing, hiking and wildlife-watching opportunities abound. It takes visitors to Abruzzo's beaches, which have been voted some of the best in Europe. It tours ancient hilltop towns, Neolithic caves and Roman ruins, and offers detailed practical information including transport and accommodation options for all budgets.

- The only English-language guide to Abruzzo

- Written by a native Abruzzese

- Abruzzo is one of Italy's last remaining gems to be untouched by mass tourism