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MARCHE REGION

This B&B is located on the hills of olive-groves just at 8 km outside Pesaro and offers wonderful views sweeping over San Marino, Montefiore, Gradara, Carpegna and Vettore mountains, Jesi area and down to the sea. Built in 1851, and completely restored, this bright and quiet historical house is surrounded […]

                

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MARCHE REGION

Country House/Bike Hotel, situated near Urbino and Montefeltro area, is 100% eco-friendly, powered by photovoltaic and geothermal systems, in full respect of the environment. It is the result of the renovation of a farmhouse dating back to the 15th century, a natural encounter with a passion for traditions, the value of original materials, the setting and a genuine contact with the locals. […]

       

MARCHE REGION

This resort is the result of the restoration of an ancient farm village of XVIII century. Staying here means to be hosted inside the rural tradition and the history of Marche Region. It is made up of 6 main buildings (I FIORI, LE AROMATICHE, PREZIOSI, SCUDERIE, I FRUTTI, LIMONAIA) with 32 inhabited units between rooms and suites, with a total of 85 beds. Every building is dedicated to an aspect of nature and has been made in a different style with a passionate restyling of interior design.[…]

    

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MARCHE REGION

Monterado is an ancient village of XIII century and its castle was built on an ancient Church, a Pieve, during the XI century and was part of the Duchy of Urbino and later of Della Rovere Family. Designed by the architect Luigi Vanvitelli, today you can admire a chapel for wedding and ceremonies, ancient forest, with pine trees, oaks, laurels and viburnum, thanks to Count Cerasi in 1846. […]

                     

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