b&b Italy

If you’re looking for a special accommodation that offers the comfort of a hotel, but is more private and personal, a stay in a b&b is just what you need. You sleep in a soft bed, enjoy a delicious home-made breakfast every morning, and with our secluded homes in the natural world you are away from the crowds and mass tourism. Take a look at our b&b accommodations in Italy and pick the home that would best suit your holiday.

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B&B Italy

If you’re looking for special accommodation that offers the comfort of a hotel, but is more private and personal, a stay in a b&b is just what you need. You sleep in a soft bed, enjoy a delicious home-made breakfast every morning, and with our secluded homes in the natural world you are away from the crowds and mass tourism. Take a look at our b&b accommodations in Italy and pick the home that would best suit your holiday.

You have endless possibilities for b&b or 'bed and breakfast' housing in Italy, and in some homes, you can even take your dog with you! From simple log cabins to luxury villas and bungalows, there’s something for everyone. Firstly, choose a house that fits your needs. If you’re traveling with your partner or best friend and you want to focus on the natural world, pick a more primitive home that wouldn’t distract you. For a truly authentic vacation, we suggest you take a look at our tents, yurts, or cozy wooden cottages. That’s also possible for group accommodations, but then you’ll benefit more from the spacious villas, country houses, and farms. Italy is the best destination for an agriturismo holiday. Staying in a rural farmstead is a great way to experience the warm hospitality of the Italians and meet the local culture firsthand. Your children can play with the animals, while you can learn new skills in organic farming. Check the b&b’s in Tuscany, if you want to ramble in the beautiful countryside of Italy. Another accommodation that offers a special stay in Italy is the Apulian trulli. Italy is home to some amazing architecture, but this type of dwelling is unlike anything else in the country. A small white house made of limestone, it’s a typical dwelling for the region of Puglia. For its uniqueness, they are now part of the Unesco World Heritage, so it’s worth checking out!

Beautiful fauna and flora

In Italy, a big part of the flora and fauna has disappeared after years of cultivation and hunting. However, the present flora and fauna attract many nature lovers with its sunny vineyards, natural parks, and olive groves. These landscapes reveal spectacular views. If you are interested to see the original vegetation of Italy, then be sure to visit one of the remote border regions or the famous Sardinia. There you will find more than 600 different plant species that are considered unique for the country. Highlands of the peninsula, Sardinia, and Sicily are covered with evergreen and cork oaks, stone and Alep pines, olives, carob trees, and lentsks. Higher grounds are planted by oaks, beech and chestnut trees, spruces, fir and pines, white ash, oriental sycamore, and white poplar.

Italy is one of the few places where you will be able to spot golden eagles, Italian wolves, and lynx. Unfortunately, due to deforestation and developments in agriculture, the variety of animals in Italy was reduced. For this reason, most of the wildlife dwells in the mountain area. There are around 400 species of birds in Italy including mountain partridge, vulture, swift, black and wood grouse, golden eagle. In fact, Italy is also one of the rest stops for the annual bird migration to Africa. Noticeable sea dwellers are common for red mullets, sea crucians, white and sword sharks. Tuna, mackerel, sardines, and flounders are objects of the fishing industry. A variety of life in the sea is complemented by invertebrates like sponges and red corals.

Fun activities in nature

Did you know that Italy is the only country that has over 50 UNESCO World Heritage sites? There are many unique places all over the Italian cities. Also, pure nature makes it worth visiting. The diversity of landscapes provides endless possibilities for outdoor activities and sports. Since almost half of the country is either mountainous or bumpy, it is a perfect destination for passionate hikers. Grab snacks with you and have an amazing picnic with a spectacular view! If you want to go skiing, then pick an Italian cottage in the mountains. You also have the option to book accommodation near the sea or lake. When having a house near the waters, in summer, it is a great place for swimming, fishing, or kayaking. Also, renting a cottage with a private pool is an option. Spend the most relaxing Easter holiday, celebrate with the whole family, and enjoy sunny outdoors and the spring scent! For the winter months, it is adventurous to book a cottage deep in the woods. In this environment, it allows you to observe the forest animals from inside your cozy bed and breakfast rental and share a heart-warming experience with your family and friends. Is wine something that you love and enjoy from time to time? Then Tuscany will be your top one place to visit. There are ancient villas, that are waiting for tourists to offer degustation of the best wines of the world. Liguria is another place you should consider to visit. Located between the mountains and the sea, it's one of the most beautiful regions in the country.

Discover the beauty of Italy

Blue Grotto, Campania

You shouldn’t miss the chance to visit this superb natural sight that is located on the island of Capri. It is a magical place thanks to the vibrant blue of the cave, which is caused by the sunlight that passes through an underwater cavity. It is such a spectacular experience! However, take into consideration that Blue Grotto can be entered just by small boats and when the tide is low. Therefore, start planning your holiday in Italy and check out our website to find your dream accommodation in nature.

Giardini di Ninfa, Lazio

Lazio is the home of a fairytale place, the Gardens of Ninfa. This natural sight is known as being “the most romantic garden in the world”. It dates back to 1921 and has been designed in an English style. There you will have the chance to see species of exotic trees and plants. Giardini di Ninfa is a beautiful combination of nature and history. Therefore, there are medieval ruins and an ancient bridge that create a unique atmosphere. Discover all of this with your loved ones during your b&b holiday in Italy!

Riserva dello Zingaro, Sicily

Zingaro Natural Reserve is the first protected area in Sicily. The hiking trails will guide you through the natural beauty of this place. Also, enjoy the breathtaking views and explore the diverse fauna and flora. No matter what season it is you can take your time and enjoy a walk on the beach. If you are planning to go during summertime, swimming or other water sports might sound attractive to you, or simply sunbathe and admire the beauty that surrounds you. Have we convinced you already? Then, perhaps now it is the perfect time to have a look at the website and select the perfect b&b in Italy.

Where can you find the perfect b&b in Italy?

Italy lures tourists with its rich history and culture, art, architectural masterpieces, culinary treasures, heart-warming hospitality, and of course, stunning nature. No wonder it’s one of the most visited countries in the world. The Italian natural landscape is so diverse, it offers something for everyone. In some regions like Veneto, Calabria, Campania, and the less-popular Marche, you can take a holiday by the seaside and yet stay in a home high in the mountains. You’re a winter sports enthusiast? Then you should definitely check out our b&b’s in Valle d’Aosta. The region is a backdrop for outdoor activities with its mountainous and hilly landscapes, and it’s perfect for anyone who’d like to escape the heat in the summer. Another region that’s attractive for active travellers is Basilicata. It’s perfect if you want to get off the beaten path and have an authentic experience, just like Abruzzo.


Tuscany's surface covers around 120 nature reserves. If you are a nature lover, Nature.house is the right place to be! The Tuscan vegetation varies widely - from the alpine flora, which is high in the Apennines, to the subtropical vegetation of the island archipelago and the southern coastal areas. In the Tuscan landscapes, you mainly can spot three tree species - the vine, the olive tree, and the cypress. In fact, around 50 of the nearly 250 species of olive trees worldwide are found in Tuscany. Each of the olive trees produces an average of 30 to 80 kilos of olives annually.

In the Maremma and along the coast dominates macchia, with among other things the juniper, citrus rose, cork oak, holm oak, hawthorn, mouse thorn, myrtle, broom, daffodil, heath, stab broom, laurel trees, rosemary, and the yellow poppy. On the coast, you will also find extensive pine forests, with mainly umbrella pines and maritime pines. In this region, the ponds and swamps are partially covered with water lilies and dense reed fields. Chestnut forests can be found throughout Tuscany, and on the Monte Amiata, in the Casentino, and the Apennines, silver firs and beeches grow between 1000 and 1700 meters. Beautiful spruce forests can be found in the Abetone, Vallombrosa, and Camaldoli region. There are many fig cacti, agave, and chestnut trees on Elba Island. In the Apennines, among other things, the alpine rose grows above the treeline.


The nature in Lombardy is really beautiful. A large part of this region is occupied by the Alps. Mountain tops of up to 4,000 meters can be found in this part of the Alps. If you like a solid mountain hike or maybe mountain biking then you can indulge yourself in Lombardy. Would you like to visit the Italian Alps? Then view the beautiful range of holiday homes in Lombardy. All these houses in Lombardy are in a rural and quiet location so that you can enjoy the peace and space. Another reason to go on holiday to Lombardy is of course its capital. This region has Milan as its capital. Milan is the second-largest city in Italy. So there is plenty to see in Milan in culture. Including the "Duomo di Milano" and the "Duomo square". In addition, they have a beautiful train station. Of course, we do not offer any holiday homes in Milan. The beautiful Italian city can be viewed very well from some of our bed and breakfast homes.

Where there are high mountains, there are often large lakes. Similarly in Lombardy. In this region, you can find a number of beautiful azure blue lakes. The famous Lake Garda is also not far from this beautiful northern Italian region. In addition, as mentioned, you can take a day trip to neighboring Switzerland. The province of Lombardy borders on Switzerland and therefore gives you a good opportunity to have a look at Swiss nature. Do you want to book a holiday home in Lombardy? Then we recommend you to take a look at the beautiful houses.


The region is teeming with regional and national parks and both Roman history and the Middle Ages can be seen in the villages and towns in this beautiful region. Piedmont is a region in the northwest of Italy. The capital is Turin and this is also one of the largest cities in northern Italy. Piedmont is partly bordered on Switzerland and partly on France, so a day trip to one of these countries is fine. The bed and breakfast homes serve as a perfect base for this. The name of this region literally means "at the foot of the mountains" and that basically says enough. Piedmont is a mixture of mountains, hills, and plains at the foot of the Alps.

How is the weather in Italy?

In Italy, there is a Mediterranean climate, which means that summers are usually dry and hot, especially in the southern part of the country. There, the temperatures can even reach 40 degrees Celsius at night. However, most of the time the average is between 28 and 33 degrees Celsius. Regarding winters, these are cool and wet. Therefore, Italy can be the perfect destination for your next skiing vacation. Don’t forget to pack some warm clothes for the cold season and cotton garments for the summer months. What are you waiting for? Check out the website of Nature.house for the b&b offers in Italy and get ready for an unforgettable holiday with your loved ones!

Booking a b&b in Italy with Nature.house

The best part about our holiday homes is that they’re always situated in nature. Away from the packed tourist places in Italy, you can now enjoy the beauty of the country unbothered by unwanted company. Bed and breakfast accommodation in the Alpine mountain ranges, near the sea and crystal clear beaches in the Mediterranean, deep in the forests, or in the famous olive orchards of Italy. Whatever you choose, you can be sure that you’ll get the relaxation you need. Surrounded by nature and only nature, the peace and quietness around you will help you refresh your mind and recharge for the next months. It’s your chance to discover the hidden treasures of the country. For more inspiration, you can take a look at our Sicilian b&b accommodation. Enjoy!

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