Holiday rentals and lettings in San Marino

Holiday rentals and lettings in San Marino

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Prices and availability

Current Holiday letting prices San Marino

£129for 24 Feb - 2 Mar
£164 annual average
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Current holiday letting availability San Marino

67%for 24 Feb - 2 Mar
69% annual average
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Holiday rentals in San Marino

Discover all the holiday rentals in San Marino

There is nothing easier than booking one of the holiday rentals in San Marino available using the handy Holidu search engine. With just a few clicks you can view a variety of accommodations, including villas, rentals and chalets, and choose the property you prefer in or around the city, such as Borgo Maggiore. With the same mode you can select the services that interest you to organise a perfect stay from every point of view.

Comfort and fun in the farmhouses of San Marino

Both the holiday rentals and farmhouses in San Marino offer every type of comfort, including appliances, heating, air conditioning, internet, gardens, balconies and parking facilities.

Holiday in San Marino

Location and orientation

The oldest republic in the world

Situated between Emilia Romagna and Marche, San Marino is the oldest republic still existing: its territory is mainly hilly, with the exception of Mount Titano, and includes the upper valley of the Ausa, a part of the upper valley of the Marano and the valley of the Rio San Marino. The State, independent, includes nine castles: the city of San Marino, which is the capital, Serravalle, Borgo Maggiore, Domagnano, Acquaviva, Chiesanuova, Fiorentino, Faetano and Montegiardino.

It's always the right time to go to San Marino

The climate of San Marino is temperate, which means it is mild, with hot summers and temperatures between 20 °C and 30 °C and cool winters with temperatures between -4 °C and 14 °C.

Travellers and related activities

San Marino is for those who love to walk in the historic centres

Entering through the door of San Marino, you can immerse yourself in a medieval atmosphere, among the narrow alleys overlooked by the craft shops, the squares, the guards in traditional uniforms, the towers on top of Mount Titano, the historic buildings, such as the Palazzo Pubblico, seat of the institutions, and the churches. Among these, do not miss the Basilica of the Saint dedicated to Saint Marino, the founder of the Republic. Built in 1800 by Antonio Serra, it houses the statue and relics of the patron saint. Also worth seeing is the small church of San Pietro, which houses an apse carved into the rock.

San Marino is for those who love shopping

San Marino is also famous because you can go shopping at very affordable prices thanks to the tax breaks it enjoys. There are many shops and workshops that sell goods of all kinds, such as jewelry, weapons of free sale and watches, but also products of local craftsmanship, such as ceramics, lace and objects made of wood or iron. Moreover, San Marino is the only State in Europe that issues gold coins, shields, and even silver collector coins.

San Marino is for those who want to eat well

San Marino, due to its geographical position, has inherited many culinary traditions of Romagna and Marche, and in particular, the art of preparing fresh pasta, such as tagliatelle, ravioli, cappelletti, strozzapreti and passatelli. Not to mention the piadina, to be served with cold cuts, cheeses and meats, and the polenta served with sausage and pecorino sauce or with bird sauce, sage and lard. Typical specialities are extra virgin olive oil and honey in the millefiori, acacia, chestnut, honeydew and sulla varieties. Do not miss the desserts such as Pagnotta, prepared with raisins and anise, Bustrengo, made with corn flour or breadcrumbs, the Torta Titano and Tre Monti, which consists of large wafers filled with cocoa cream and hazelnuts, caciatello and donut. All to be watered with the excellent wines produced in the area: the still whites Biancale and Roncale and the red wines Brugneto and Tessano.

Legend has it that Santo Marino, the city's founder, was a stonecutter who came from Dalmatia to escape persecution against Christians.

Top 3 travel tips

The Three Towers and the Witch's Pass

Through the spectacular path called "Passo delle Streghe" you reach the three towers, built to defend yourself from the Malatesta family of Rimini, which rise on Mount Titano: the first of the eleventh century, the oldest in Italy, is the Torre Rocca or Guaita, the second, from the fifteenth century, is the Torre Cesta or Fratta and houses inside the Museum of Ancient Weapons, the third is the tower Montale and has a single entrance at the top that gives access to a prison called "bottom of the tower".

The State Museum

The State Museum, the most important in San Marino, was founded in the 19th century and preserves over 5,000 pieces linked to the history of the Republic. In particular, the archaeological section that houses finds ranging from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages and the art gallery that exhibits works from 1300 to 1800, including paintings by Guercino, Sirani and Batoni.

The Museum of Torture

The Museum of Torture boasts a unique collection in the world: with more than 100 instruments on display, it also includes rare pieces dating back to 1500 and 1600.

Information about holiday lettings in San Marino

🏡 Holiday lettings available: 5 properties.
💳 Discount available: up to -55%.
🌙 Minimum price per night: from £35.
⭐ Most popular amenities: Wi-Fi, view and air conditioning.
🐾 Pet-friendly: 4 properties.
📶 For workation: 100% of the properties.
🏊 With pool: 2 properties.

FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in San Marino

Which services are available at the holiday lettings in San Marino?

Out of all of the services you can find on Holidu, it appears that the holiday lettings in San Marino offer everything that holiday-makers search for! Here, holiday lettings generally offer a variety of facilities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (98%), balcony (86%), and air conditioning (84%)... Are you convinced yet?

How are the holiday lettings usually rated in San Marino?

On average, the holiday lettings here have rather positive reviews. Last year's information reveals that 29% of holiday lettings have a rating equivalent to or higher than 4.5 stars. This is a fairly high percentage which allows us to confirm that there are quite a few that are very enjoyable and will be the perfect choice for your next holiday.

Are the holiday lettings in San Marino suitable for holiday-makers who wish to travel with their pets?

Yes! In San Marino, 76% of the holiday lettings offer the possibility for travellers to take their pets with them, and 57% even have a garden!

Do the holiday lettings in San Marino often offer an internet connection?

Yes! According to last year's data, 98% of holiday lettings in San Marino include an internet connection. So no need to panic, you will be able to access your emails and favourite social media sites at any time!

What is the average price for holiday lettings in San Marino?

A high percentage of holiday lettings in San Marino (92%) in general cost less than £100 a night. This is the ideal destination for finding a budget-friendly holiday letting!

Do the holiday lettings in San Marino often have a swimming pool?

Definitely! Judging by last year's information, many of the holiday lettings in San Marino have access to a swimming pool. Fancy a weekend at the pool and relaxing with friends? Don't delay to book a holiday letting in San Marino!

Are the holiday lettings in San Marino suitable for stays with several people or better for a weekend break as a couple?

According to the information collected last year, 78% of holiday lettings are suitable for up to four people. Approximately 20% of the holiday lettings here have at least two separate bedrooms. This is the ideal destination for going in a small group on holiday!

Are the holiday lettings in San Marino the best option for a luxurious stay?

By looking at the holiday rental portal Holidu, we can assure you that the holiday lettings in San Marino are often the ideal option for those who want to enjoy a luxury getaway. This is because in San Marino, 20% of accommodations have a swimming pool, 57% have a garden and even 8% have a sauna. Also, if what you are looking for is lots of space, 78% of the holiday lettings can accommodate big groups, and 57% have green spaces nearby.

Do the holiday lettings in San Marino offer outdoor space to enjoy?

Yes, San Marino is the perfect place to breathe in the fresh air and spend time outside! 86% of the holiday lettings have a balcony or terrace, and 69% have a view. 57% also offer a garden, so you will not have any problem finding your holiday paradise.

If you want to organise a trip to San Marino, what is the best time of the year?

The facilities found at the holiday lettings in San Marino demonstrate that it is a holiday destination that can adapt to all tastes and times of the year. This is because there are properties with swimming pools, air conditioning and even fireplaces. You can be sure that San Marino is an ideal place to enjoy both summer and winter.

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