General

A simple farmhouse in the Marchigiani tradition. Recently renovated to be turned into a holiday home, and enhanced by a garden and an above ground pool.
Casa Sibilla is situated on a gentle and lush hillside overlooking the Sibillini mountains and the green valley of the river Aso. The house also has a large porch on the ground floor that allows you to stay outdoors sheltered from the sun’s rays.
The pool, of modest dimensions, above ground, is located in a strategic position to ensure that during your swim, you can fully enjoy all the beauty of Aso valley. The property includes a private access road and  large surrounding land cultivated with vineyards and olive groves.
The place and it’s amenities are very functional and comfortable; the house  is divided into three levels which consists of ​​over 300 square meters living space. The house has two entrances, one on the south side and the other on the north side of the building. On the ground floor there is a large living room with two large wooden tables and a well-equipped kitchen.
On the ground floor there is also a bathroom for the living area and a handicapped room with a large bathroom also this for the disabled that can accommodate up to three people. Access to this room is easily reachable from the courtyard.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms with three bathrooms, the rooms are bright with  a spectaculare view of the countryside, for a total of 10/11 beds.
On the second floor, the is a loft, with 2 large bedrooms and 2 full baths. It can accommodate up to 6 people.
The house is a perfect place to accommodate large groups (up to 20 people).

Check-in time

Flexible

Check-out time

Flexible

Facilities

  • Disabled Access
  • Groups Welcome
  • Ironing Board
  • Parking
  • Pool
  • TV

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Ascoli Piceno Fermo

Ascoli Piceno Fermo

Ascoli Piceno is the largest city of Southern Marches with a population of about 60,000 people. Its historic center can be easily explored on foot and is built almost entirely of travertine marble, a gray stone extracted from the surrounding mountains.
The Piazza del Popolo is the main city square, entirely paved with travertine, is one of the most beautiful squares in Italy. On the square there is the storical Bar Meletti, the Palazzo del Popolo and the Church of San Francesco. The other main city square is Piazza Arringo, where overlooks the Cathedral where you can admire the painting of the Madonna and Saints by Carlo Crivelli, and the Town Hall with the Art Gallery which houses a collection of minor and great works of minor artists.

The city celebrates its medieval origins with a historical commemoration called La Quintana. Iit is a jousting tournament that takes place every year in the main square of the city on the first Sunday of August. The event includes a procession of about 1,400 people in medieval costume parade through the center of the city. A festival that is worth seeing.

fermo tour visit

Fermo is one of the fifth province of the Marches. The city is located on the top of the hill Sàbulo to 319 meters high and its origins are previous to Roman times. The historic city is built around the Piazza del Popolo, the heart of the city. Around the square there are important historical buildings such as the Palazzo dei Priori, home of the Civic Art Gallery (Pinacoteca Civica) containing the art collection of the city. The most important work is the “Nativity” of Rubens 1608 and the Hall of the Globe (Sala del Mappamondo) containing a huge world map drawn by the cartographer Moroncelli Fabriano in 1713. Another interesting building is the Palazzo degli Studi town library “Spezioli”. To visit also the historic Teatro dell’Aquila, one of the most important theaters of the eighteenth century .the capital city of the fifth province of the Marches .

Worthy of note are the Roman Cisterns (also called Roman pools), the most important evidence of its Roman origin. The underground construction work of the Augustan age (40 AD) of about 2000 square meters divided in 30 underground chambers on three parallel rows and beautifully preserved were built to collect and purify water in the city. Above the main square, climbing on top of the hill Girfalco you can admire the Cathedral of Fermo, the cathedral with its splendid Romanesque-Gothic façade of 1227.


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