The Sant'Andrea suite is an independent apartment in a villa surrounded by a typically Mediterranean garden made of olive trees, pines and fruit trees.
The house is located on the promontory where the ruins of the Castle of Sant'Andrea, about 100 meters above sea level, dominate the coast.
The apartment with spectacular sea views and is able to offer guests a peaceful and restful.
The apartment was renovated in spring 2012, climate control, equipped with all the comforts, with kitchen, bathroom, fridge, freezer, microwave, TV with digital terrestrial receiver, washer and completely new furniture!
The apartment can accommodate up to 7 people.
The apartment is about 80 square meters and consists of entrance, kitchen with all the accessories, lounge area with TV and sofa-bed, two single beds, bedroom with double bed and single bed, bathroom with shower, closet and large terrace overlooking the sea.
The beach is sandy with large stretches of beach interspersed with factories and concessions offering umbrellas, beds or chairs, dressing room and shower services, from 5 euro per day.
Possibility to rent bicycles to use even to travel the beautiful pedestrian trail that winds behind the sea for 12 km to Porto d'Ascoli.
A favorite destination for family tourism thanks to the beauty of the pine forest, the soft sand, the tranquility of the environment, Cupra Marittima has been awarded the Blue Flag since 1997. The town consists of the medieval center of Marano stretched on a hill overlooking the modern town and a small harbor.
The Mediterranean climate favors the development of evergreen shrubs, palms, bougainvillea and oleander, the expression of a tropical and sub-tropical vegetation, full of exotic scents and overseas.
The beautiful pine forest, sandy beach front lined by palm trees and oleanders, the tranquility of Cupra Marittima make it a favorite tourist destination for families.
The town was founded by Piceni, a people of the Iron Age (VII-V centuries BC.), In honor of their goddess of fertility and abundance sum, Cupra. In the relevant Archaeological Park of Cupra Marittima, located north of the town, is recognizable the urban plan of the Roman city. In nearby San Michele are the ruins of Villa Magna with a nymph, while in Civita is recognizable area of the Forum.
From Cupra Marittima you can climb to the Col Andrew for a short road where the remains of the Castle of St. Andrew, an ancient fortress of the thirteenth century built with functions of warning and defense, now home to a spectacular open-air theater .
Continuing south for about 9 km along the scenic Provincial Cuprense, you come to the Gothic church of Santa Maria della Petrella, rich in frescoes of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and curious ancient inscriptions.
Cupra Alta, the medieval Marano, is the ancient and charming village still surrounded by walls with square towers and multifaceted raised in sec. XV by Francesco Sforza. It has a splendid panorama of the sea and on the Italian Riviera. Among the narrow streets brightened by flower-filled balconies, or exceeded Porta Maggiore Marina, you meet the churches of Suffrage (sec. XVIII) and the Annunciation (the latter is housed in a permanent crib Poliscenico of Spanish art of Paul Fontana), Palazzo Brancadoro built by the Sforza, until you reach the Romanesque Church of St. Mary in the Castle (1330), privately owned , in which are preserved frescoes of the century. XIV-XVI, attributed to the school of Gentile da Fabriano.