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Villas in Venice
Choose from a varied selection of properties when you book villas in Venice
Enchanting villas to relax and enjoy the city
If you are looking to rent a villa in Venice for a comfortable and rejuvenating European holiday, we have you covered here at Holidu. The iconic city of canals is located in Italy's Veneto region and is known for offering a variety of beautiful villas that are equipped with plenty of amenities. Their picturesque, colonial style is sure to make you feel at home while you explore the history and culture of this city that offers something for the whole family. From a Venetian gondola ride along the Grand Canal to the area's best restaurants, fascinating museums and nighttime wonders, there is a nearly endless list of things to see and do. This makes Venice the ideal spot for that special holiday getaway with your loved ones regardless of the current time of year. For those seeking a holiday in other top-rated Italian destinations, Holidu also offers holiday rentals on the Amalfi Coast and Positano holiday lettings.
Relaxing and cosy villas with beautiful gardens
Holiday bookings in Venice are characterised by their classic finishes and earthy colours that highlight their European-colonial style. They are perfect for large groups with spacious layouts that focus on an open concept that allows for a greater level of mobility. They also have all of the required amenities necessary to make your trip pleasant and stress-free. When you choose Holidu, you will find villas in Venice with a small garden that have elegant spaces where you can spend an enjoyable afternoon surrounded by natural beauty. Are you ready to have a great time? Find your best stay and prepare to make lifelong memories!
As you can see by viewing our current list of offers, we have a whole range of holiday villas in Venice that come equipped with:
- Pets allowed
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
Travellers and activities
Discover amazing sights and sounds when you book a villa in Venice
Venice for food lovers
If you are one of those individuals who love to try amazing food during your holidays, a trip to Venice is a great option for you. There are many ways for you to enjoy the region's local cuisine. Food tours are a great choice for those who are unsure where to begin. They take you to many of the key places in the province for world-class gastronomy. This includes Basilica dei Frari, Campo San Polo and Rialto Bridge. During your tour, you will enjoy the best cicchetti (street food). You will also experience authentic bacari which is the name for traditional Venice taverns. For those who want to make their own recipes that use the freshest ingredients, the city's food markets are ideal. One of the most important spots to check out is Rialto Market. Many people call this spot the true heart of Venice. It is popular with locals looking for delicious vegetables, fruits and fresh seafood as well as tourists who want to experience one of the area's most unique points of interest. We also recommend the Mercato Biologico Solidale Aeres. It specialises in food that is conscientiously produced. Most of this food is made by women from the Guidecca Island prison. It is a great place to shop if you are looking for a quiet environment that is not overly crowded. All of these are great reasons to book a villa in Venice today through Holidu. The city's popularity with foodies also makes it a popular day trip location visited by those staying in other regions of Italy who have booked San Gimignano holiday lettings and holiday rentals in Tuscany.
Venice for nightlife lovers
Another reason to choose villas for rent in Venice is the fact that the city is a paradise for nightlife lovers. Each night, the region becomes a magical and mysterious place for those who want to party with friendly locals and fellow travellers. One of the best ways to explore the scene is to take a night tour. Your guide will take you to see many of Venice's most renowned monuments by moonlight. You can visit the narrow streets that are steeped in legend and history. During your tour, you can also visit the iconic Venetian mask shops. The yellowish illumination contrasts with the night's darkness so you get a feeling that you have stepped into a real-life fairytale. At the end of your tour, you can always find restaurants and bars that are open into the late hours of the night. It truly is easy to close the day in Venice on a high note. Are you looking for some well-crafted cocktails? Il Mercante Cocktail Bar is a highly recommended option. If you are seeking a flavoursome and sophisticated snack while enjoying your night out, Osteria Al Squero offers an unforgettable atmosphere. The appeal of Venice's nightlife is so strong that it is regularly visited by travellers who have made Holidu bookings in other Italian regions at holiday lettings in Florence and Cortona holiday rentals.
The providence of Venice has a total of 177 canals. The Grand Canal is the biggest one and splits the city into two parts.
Venice offers many must-see attractions
Explore history, culture, nightlife and incredible scenery when you book villa holidays in Venice
Top 7 travel tips in Venice
Book villas for rent in Venice and discover these amazing points of interest and activities
1. Take a ride on the Venice Gondolas
One of the most popular experiences for those who choose villa holidays in Venice is the iconic gondola rides along the city's famed canals. The Grand Canal is a favourite choice with many visitors as it is the main waterway in the area. From your boat, you will be able to see Venice's amazing architecture in great detail. There are a variety of available tours that combine a gondola ride with additional experiences such as a romantic dinner and songs sung by your professional gondolier. You can also go on tours that take you to underrated monuments and hidden gems of the region.
2. Explore Piazza San Marco
You are sure to be captivated by the lively atmosphere and the incredible sculptures located at the Piazza San Marco. This iconic location in Venice is the perfect spot for those who love photography with a nearly endless list of things to take pictures of. This includes the famed Basilica of San Marco. It casts an imposing aura across the square's centre. You will also find plenty of spots to pick up souvenirs and the area is home to a variety of restaurants and cafés where you can grab a bite to eat. A few recommendations include Trattoria Ai Leoncini and the Canova Restaurant by Sadler.
3. Learn about history in the Venetian Ghetto
Those passionate about history love to visit this fascinating place in Venice. The ghetto was the province's area where the Jewish population was crowded into during the 16th century. These days, it is a popular tourist site and museum that is visited by travellers from across the globe. During your exploration, you can enjoy a variety of Jewish-owned bakeries, shops and cafés that provide you with the opportunity to sample their culture. To get there, you can either walk or you can jump on a water bus to the Fondamenta di Cannaregio's Guglie stop. From there, go through the rectangular archway that is located by the Gam Gam restaurant.
4. Taste craft beer in Cannaregio
Venice is also an amazing travel destination for craft beer lovers. A popular option is to take a craft beer tasting tour in the Cannaregio neighbourhoods. During your tour, you will visit the city's main craft beer bars where you can sample the various brews that are produced in the province. Tasty snacks help to complement the entire experience. Recommended establishments to check out include Il Santo Bevitore, Al Timon and Birreria Zanon.
5. Discover Lido on a bike
Cycling enthusiasts love visiting the island of Lido while spending time in the region. It is the home of the annual Venice Film Festival and is renowned for its stunning scenery that can be enjoyed while on a bike. You will find streets with very little traffic as well as well-maintained cycle paths that will take you down picturesque tree-lined avenues. There are tours that you can book that will take you to the area's top sights. This includes the red carpet where the iconic film festival takes place.
6. Satisfy your curiosity in the Natural History Museum
History lovers and families alike love visiting the Natural History Museum in Venice. It is located in the 13th-century Fontego dei Turchi which was built for the Pesaro family. You will find a variety of exhibits that focus on European history, dinosaurs and the mysteries of the universe, among others. It is important to note that the facility is closed on Mondays. The last available entries are one hour before the posted closing time though it is recommended that you arrive much earlier to give yourself plenty of opportunity to explore.
7. Visit Murano and Burano
Another pair of must-visit spots to check out while staying at the best villas in Venice are the islands of Murano and Burano. They are known for their houses with colourful, picturesque facades. You will also find a diverse range of shops that specialise in products such as fabrics, lace and clothing. It is a great place for those who love indulging in opulent luxury. There are a variety of tours that you can book to the islands that include private boat options. This makes it easy for you to relax and enjoy the stunning, scenery and vibrant atmosphere.
Information about villas in Venice
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|⭐ Most popular amenities:
|Wi-Fi, air conditioning and garden.
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|100% of the properties.
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|17% of the properties.