Torre del Falco, The Hawk’s Tower, is an ancient stone tower located in the medieval town of Spoleto, a place full of history renowned for its charm and beauty as well as for the international “Festival of Two Worlds”.
The house, sitting on a hill overlooking a beautiful valley and green mountains, is less than two miles away from the city center.
Fully restored and redecorated, this house maintains the look and flavor of the ancient times. A beautiful swimming pool 56 x 16.5 ft, surrounded by a garden of olive trees, roses and lavender, completes the property.
Four beautiful houses with their magical atmosphere are ready to make your dreams of the perfect holiday come true.
“La Torre”, with its bright and lovely living room, beautiful bedrooms and panoramic terrace will welcome you and your family and friends for sharing precious hours with your loved ones.
“Il Falconiere” is the perfect dwelling for a party of four; the extreme care of detail, warm colors, lovely garden and beautiful mountain view will lovingly frame your days of joy and relax.
“Il Loft”, a fabulous apartment for two, with high wooden-beam ceilings, a beautiful panoramic terrace and a white and magical atmosphere, will cocoon you in its soft light and relaxing vibration.
“Il Nido”, the smallest and cosiest , is an intimate and sweet place for two. A lush screen of blossoming roses will frame your outdoor dinners.
Would you like to know more about our paradise? Need help to organize your perfect holiday? Drop a line, we will come back to you with everything you need!
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How to reach US
LAT 42.71867 ; LON 12.72176
Nearest airports: Perugia, 50 km/31 ml (regular flights operated by Ryanair) ; Rome 150 km/93 ml
- By rail the nearest station is SPOLETO
- By car you reach Spoleto by SS3, Via Flaminia; take the exit ‘Spoleto Sud’ (first exit arriving from South, second exit coming from North, shortly after a tunnel), then go straight to the end of the road (200 mt – 220 yd) and turn left – follow directions to ‘Torricella’ staying on the main road. After about 2km (1.25 miles) you see a wooden gate on the left, with a label ‘Villa Paola’, and a dirt road on its left: follow it to the end and there you are!