Ours is a joyful family which has its roots in the land of the Marche region. As we have always desired to preserve our territory, we decided to transform this countryside corner, a few hundred metres away from the sea, in a holiday residence. Here, you can holiday amid the unspoilt vegetation with a direct view on the beach. You can devote your holidays to relax, sleep in cosy flats, enjoy your eyes with a wonderful sunrise on the sea or with the moon mirrored in it, and you can visit and marvel at the beauties and traditions of our territory.
All of this matched with the warm hospitality of Nazzareno and his family. .
From the A14 highway, take the Pedaso (province of Fermo- FM) exit and follow signs for South/Pescara direction. Proceed along the SS16 road towards South for nearly 3.5 Km, where you will find our entrance directly on the road.
Satellite coordinates:: 43.074027, 13.846225
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The B&B “Da Zaré” has three flats available, two of which are one-room flats. All of them have independent entrances and have recently been restored. They are cosy and spacious, provided with a kitchen, a bathroom and its anteroom. In addition, every flat has a terrace where you can also eat or have a barbecue.
rates are per night
|Beds||Low Season||Mid Season||High Season|
One-room flat 1/2
|2 + 1*||€ 50.00||€ 60.00||€ 70.00|
|4 + 1*||€ 100.00||€ 120.00||€ 140.00|
rates are per week
|Beds||Low Season||Mid Season||High Season|
One-room flat 1/2
|2 + 1*||€ 350.00||€ 420.00||€ 490.00|
|4 + 1*||€ 700.00||€ 840.00||€ 980.00|
Arrival time 3:00 pm, departure time 10:00 am.
The booking will only be valid after our confirmation and on receipt of the payment of the deposit, equal to 30% of the final price.
The Marche region, especially the southern part, is not yet very well-known. Nevertheless, it is rich in history and it stands out for its wonderful territory. Indeed, this region offers the widest variety of landscapes of the Italian peninsula: from mountain peaks to sandy coasts, passing by gentle rolling hills, rich in small medieval villages. During the summer season, our region hosts many typical events of Marche’s rich tradition- from concerts to food festival and feasts.
The hinterland of the Marche region is characterised by mountainous zones, and is home to the Monti Sibillini National Park, a hilly area still rich in traditions. The National Park offers unforgettable routes, which you can follow on foot, by mountain bike or by horse. Lago di Pilato is absolutely a must-see. It is the only natural lake in the Marche region, lying between the steep sides of Monte Vettore – one of the highest Apennines pikes with its 2,476 m of altitude. Worth a visit is also the Sibilla cave, in the dark bowels of Monte Sibilla, or the lush Valle del Fiastrone, where the stream created awesome gorges. Lovers of stunning natural landscapes will enjoy the unique atmosphere of the Infernaccio gorge, where you will find the so-called “pisciarelle” – small drop falls, generated by the particular morphology of the region. Not to mention the numerous historic villages, where you can admire churches, Romanesque “pievi” (rural churches with a baptistery), and International Gothic works of art, such as Carlo Crivelli’s polyptichs. Arquata del Tronto – the only European city which lays between two National Parks – and its fourteenth-century fortress shouldn’t be missed; close by, you can explore Acquasanta Terme and its thermal centre. Then you can head to Valle dell’Aso and its small villages, such as Ortezzano, Petritoli, Montefiore, Moresco,
Monterubbiano, Altidona, Campofilone and many more. The Marche region never ceases to surprise you!
The Marche region boasts an astonishing cultural heritage. For example, it has 500 squares, 183 sanctuaries, 40 intact abbeys, 34 archaeological sites, the highest concentration of museums in Italy… It is a whole slew of historic landmarks coming from a varied past, which has created a surprising pluralism. An excellent, inestimable variety of epochs, styles, traditions and suggestions will unfold before you. It is actually impossible to number all of the places housing valuable works of art. For sure, the best way to know them is getting carried away by the magic of these territories, discovering hidden beauties time by time, like in a fulfilling treasure hunt. We are going to mention below only some of the cities you can visit. The rest, is up to your curiosity.
Its old town centre is almost completely made of travertine and is one of the most admired throughout the region and the centre of Italy. It contains many gentilitial and bell towers – it is also called the “Hundred towers city”. There, you can visit: Piazza Arringo, the most ancient square of the city, hosting the Pinacoteca Civica (the Civic Picture Gallery) in the Town Hall; the Cathedral, dating back to the fifteenth century and the baptistery. Piazza del Popolo is a bustling monumental centre, surrounded by elegant colonnaded Renaissance palaces.
The city of Fermo dates back to ancient times. Evidences of its origins are the Romanesque cisterns and the several landmark buildings. The wonderful Piazza del Popolo hosts Palazzo dei Priori, which houses the Civic Picture Gallery, boasting important Venatian school paintings. Its Cathedral, dedicated to Madonna dell’Assunta, sitting on the top of the hill, enjoys a wonderful view of the surrounding territory and the sea. Its asymmetric façade makes it a unique monument, which can be seen from any direction. Equally rich in charm is Fermo’s ancient library, the church of San Francesco, palazzo Fogliani and the numerous narrow picturesque alleys.
Not far away from the coast, Ripatransone is at an altitude of 450 metres. From there, you can spot, in the clearest days, the Conero promontory and Gargano, as well as a wide area of the Appennine ridge. The panorama you can enjoy while walking along the ancient town walls deserves a stay in this pretty town, which is also home to the Narrowest Alley in Italy.
It is a medieval small town rich in history and ancient palaces, such as the characteristic Town Hall, dating back to the fourteenth century, the church of Santa Maria della Rocca, and many
more. Offida is also well-known for its traditions and its folklore. The bobbin lace art, still alive nowadays, has been handed down for at least five centuries from one generation to another. And in winter you shouldn’t miss Offida’s vibrant carnival with its two events, the bove finto and the vlurd. Thanks to its several wine cellars, Offida is an important centre for the production of its wines, already famous all over the world.
The top of the square-terrace of this pretty medieval village, still well-preserved, overlooks a long stretch of coastline. Torre di Palme was founded as a defensive fortress against pirates’ raids. You can feel the charm of the old town centre by walking along the main street, which follows the trend of the hill ridge, between two lines of houses. But, despite being a small village, Torre di Palme houses monuments which cannot be unnoticed.
The city of Grottammare is also called “the Pearl of the Adriatic”. It lies on the the coast, but its medieval old town centre rises on a small hill which enjoys a picturesque view of the sea. Grottammare is rich in monuments, as Pope Sixtus V was born and lived here. You can admire the Torrione della Battaglia, the Church of San Giovanni Battista (Saint John the Baptist), the small Teatro dell’Arancio, and the museum dedicated to the artist Pericle Fazzini, who lived in this charming town.
The coast of the Marche region extends for 180 km from the promontory of Gabicce Mare to the mouth of the Tronto. The coastline is constituted by gravel, rocky and sandy beaches. The sand is mainly formed by the debris deposited by the rivers flowing into the Adriatic sea. Along the coastline many famous sea resorts rise up, such as Senigallia, Civitanova Marche, Porto San Giorgio, Grottammare and San Benedetto del Tronto. The coast boasts beautiful private beaches with umbrellas, dreamy bays and stretches of public beach. It’s up to you to choose the sea resort which best suits your tastes. The beaches in Porto San Giorgio and San Benedetto del Tronto, among the best equipped ones, have bathing establishments, accommodation facilities, entertainment, and much more. They are famous for their 8 kilometre-long seafronts, with sandy beach overshadowed by palm trees. Indeed, San Benedetto del Tronto is also called the “palm trees coastline”.
Summer in the Marche region couldn’t be more bustling, with its numerous holidays, feasts, historical reconstructions and much more. But the winter season is no less so. One of the characteristics of this region is the rich food and wine scene, which boasts specialities to suit all tastes. Starting from brodetto, a seafood soup, eat your way around the region, with olive all’ascolana, stockfish, ciauscolo, mussels, maccheroncini di Campofilone, and much more…
Everything washed down with some good local wine. The events calendar of the region is enriched by several theatres and arenas, including the evocative stage of the Sferisterio in Macerata, and the local music events, taking place in winter as well as in summer. We will try to periodically upload this site with the current calendar of events regarding our area. However, in our B&B, we will always have information brochures regarding local entertainment at your disposal, to make your stay even more pleasant and rich.
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