|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
Originally part of an old rural building, Le Chiusure 3 is a recently restored spacious apartment of 120 sqm, hidden away in the ancient village of Portese, close to the former Portese Castle. It has a big garden, reserved for the guests, independent entrance and a parking place. A raised terrace looks out onto the garden. The spacious open plan living and dining area with kitchen/pantry (equipped with fridge, dishwasher, oven and cooker) leads to two comfortable bedrooms, a bathroom and a laundry area equipped with washing machine. The apartment has air conditioning and can sleep 4 to 8 people.
Le Chiusure is located in the oldest part of the village of Portese, right next to the ruins of the castle, with our vineyards and olive grove on the other side. An old stone wall surrounds the property and protects the privacy of those that choose to spend some time at our place. At the entrance two century-old mulberry trees and a small chapel built in the 1700s introduce you to the courtyard structured in the typical fashion of rural houses around the lake. The apartment has been recently restored and decorated in keeping with the style of the house. From the windows you can enjoy views of the surrounding hills, the garden and the inner courtyard. Our guests have at their disposal a large portion of the garden where they can eat in the evening or relax during the day. Le Chiusure is also a farm that produces high quality wines and olive oil. So it is the perfect place for wine lovers, a holiday between the vineyards and the beaches of Lake Garda.
The territory of San Felice del Benaco is a large peninsula that overlooks the Gulf of Salò. It is far away from the main roads and still show its beautiful nature made of hills covered in olive trees, green fields that leads to marvellous beaches spread in one of the most preserved part of the Garda Lake coast. You can swim or practice all water sports starting with sailing and surfing; or you can ride a bike or walk in the nearby Parc of Alto Garda Bresciano. However San Felice is close to the main attractions of the area: you can walk down to the lake and take the public boat service that brings you in Salò, Gardone Riviera, Riva, Sirmione (the famous peninsula in the southern part of the lake with the twenty centuries old roman Villa di Catullo). Art cities like Brescia, Bergamo, Mantova, Verona (with the Arena opera festival) are only at less than one hour driving and Venice and Milan at one hour and a half driving. You can also reach the Dolomites Mountains in a couple of hour.