Villa Ombrigi is the right place to spend summer holidays completely absorbed into the particular Bolsena lake nature that you can taste every moment of the day. Each apartment has an outdoor private area with table and chairs. Interior decoration is simple and cared, recalling the essence of the place. Furnishings are practical and comfortable. A common garden faces directly a little beach cut free from the reeds where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the lake and its two isles, Martana and Bisentina. On august the proprietaries (Livia, historian of art, and Pietro, archaeologist) live in the ground floor of villa Ombrigi. They will be happy to please client's curiosity about the Tuscia district, an ancient land, rich in ambient and cultural resources.
Villa Ombrigi is situated at the northern shore of Bolsena lake, the largest volcanic lake of Europe (to the limit between Latium, Umbria and Tuscany), where you can play all of water sports and go sailing also by motor-boats freely. In its limpid waters there are several kinds of fishes that make local cooking very tasty. Bolsena is only three kilometres from Villa Ombrigi. It's a small town by Etruscan-roman origin, afterwards important medieval centre along the Via Francigena. There you can see the ruins of Etruscan-roman city of Volsinii, the medieval district, conserved integrally, with the Rocca Monaldeschi (seat of Territorial Museum of Bolsena Lake) and the Basilica of Saint Christine, with its mysterious catacomb where the famous Eucharistic Miracle was in the 1263. Around Bolsena you can visit Orvieto, Civita di Bagnoregio, Tarquinia, Bomarzo, Vulci, and you can reach easily Siena (113 km), Florence (150 km), Perugia (98 km), Viterbo (30 km) and Rome (113 km).