YOU and your mates can rent an entire Italian village to yourself, with a castle, swimming pool and lodges.
And it won’t cost you much – setting you back £11 each a night.
Petritoli, a small village near the Adriatic Coast, is a few hours east of Rome.
Inside the village is a huge castle with gardens and swimming pools, as well as its own Baroque theare.
The website states: “Palazzo Mannocchi offers a prime position 300m above sea level, with some of the most exceptional panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and the village itself.
“Complete with its own pools and gardens, the castle palace offers the ultimate lodgings to make any guest feel like nothing short of royalty.”
Restaurants, bars and supermarkets can also be found in the village.
And it’s ideal for any large parties or events, with as many as 200 people able to stay.
There are 98 bedrooms to choose from, across traditional houses to self-catering apartments.
You can stay between three and seven nights, and it won’t cost you much (if you can find enough friends).
A six-night stay for 150 people will cost £10,332 – which works out to just £11 each a night.
The website said: “Perfect for special events including weddings, and anniversaries, or even just for a holiday with family or friends, renting this Italian village will make for an experience that will last a lifetime.”
You can book the entire village via Group Accommodation here.
If you want to move to Italy, some places will pay you to do so.
The town Presicce, in south-east Italy, is offering up £25,000 to people who relocate.
Local councillor Alfredo Palese said: “There are many empty homes in the historical center built before 1991 which we would like to see alive again with new residents.”
If you fancy staying in the UK, you can rent a whole hotel with its own pub from £30pp a night