Domuspanorama is a family-run business, and just like you, we love to travel with style and comfort. Our collection of houses is a result of nearly a decade of exploration and scouting, with each single property having been tested and examined through first-hand.
We have something for each occasion and every type of traveller – our selection ranges from intimate little apartments to spacious luxury estates with all the imaginary comforts.
Why choose us?
SPECIALLY SELECTED OWNERS AND THEIR PROPERTIES.
We believe in quality. And in order to offer you quality-service, each single property has gone through a very careful examination process, ensuring it stands up to the highest standards. We also like all the house-owners we work with and maintain a close relationship with all them on a daily-basis .
WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET.
Because of our very strict inspection procedure, we know exactly what we offer. All the photographs are taken by us. We believe in honesty and so neglect the usage of any standard industry tricks to make spaces look more “inviting”. All photos are taken with a SRL Nikon camera with a standard 18-55mm lens.
Our rates do not contain extortionate percentages and we are very careful to keep our prices a market-competitive rate.
YOU ARE NEVER ALONE.
Throughout the entire booking process as well as the holiday itself we offer our assistance and consultancy in order to ensure everything will run smoothly. We also offer all the extra information necessary for your entire vacation, from car rental and other transport to best restaurants and why not, tips on how to shop at the local farmer’s market!
Being a family of travel nomads ourselves, we know how important it is to have a stress-free and well organised travels. And that is exactly how our business was born. We wanted to offer other people like us access the knowledge we had gained during our own trips around Italy. Thanks to all the homework we’ve done – we can guarantee that with us you save time, money and most importantly – you get what you see!