Location. The villa stands on the southern and marine side of the Circeo promontory, in the most beautiful and elegant part of the national park, with exclusive villas, cliffs, caves, dense Mediterranean vegetation, wild nature and breathtaking landscapes. It is about 3 km from the village, and can be reached from Via del Sole, a dirt road that crosses the sea side of the Circeo promontory, near the lighthouse. Guests have access to a parking lot with two cars on the road. From there you walk down to the villa along a 50 m long path running through a thick forest of junipers.
The building, designed by the architect. Antonio Valente in 1966, is on three floors. There are seven beds, two bathrooms, plus a small bathroom with no hot water.
The lower level includes a patio, enclosed by windows, with a sofa bed; a small bathroom with sink and bidet without hot water.
In the middle floor there are living room with fireplace, kitchen, two bedrooms (one double, one twin) both feature a built-in closet, bathroom with sink, bathtub and shower, a 22 sqm terrace with wide views of the sea.
The upper floor includes a master bedroom with fireplace; bathroom with sink, bidet and shower.
Every window of the house is a part of the natural surroundings. The furniture consists of old walnut furniture that belong original staging, conceived by Valente. Most of the objects are in Vietri ceramics, as well as the multicolored tiles inserted into floors.
Equipment. TV, Wi-fi, washing machine, iron, hair dryer, electric heaters, two fireplaces, dishwasher, refrigerator with freezer, gas stove with four burners and oven, electric oven, toaster, dishes, utensils, linens, towels.
The garden. The property borders on one side with the garden of another house; on the other three sides it is surrounded by a thick bush and wild, with thickets of juniper, shrub characteristic of the lower end of the promontory of Circeo. The garden of about 2000 square meters comprised of various species of shrubs typical of the Mediterranean (junipers, mastic, myrtle, strawberry trees, filirree), a grove of pine and cypress, carob, cactus plants - including several rows of aloe - palms, especially many palmettos, tree species that grows wild on the rocks of the promontory of Circeo. There are also some specimens of olive trees, which are relics of ancient crops which were finally abandoned in the eighteenth century.
Hermitage of the Savior. The garden includes a cistern in uncertain work of the second century. a. C., consisting of two rooms covered with barrel vaults, relevant to a Roman villa whose ruins are scattered in the surrounding bushland. The cistern in the Middle Ages was transformed into a Christian church dedicated to the Saviour and decorated with a fresco still partly visible. It is still a place of worship consecrated, with altar and place designed to sacristy, where they were held on the initiative of the owners various religious ceremonies, including weddings.
Access to the sea of private property.
The owners of the house they share with those of six other villas in the area, a scale of private property by way of the lighthouse down to the sea, on a stretch of cliff where our guests have a concrete platform equipped with umbrella holder hole. From the villa to walk to the area above before you take a scale of one hundred steps, then a stretch of Via del Faro hundred meters long, finally the private staircase to the rocks with a hundred more steps. Along the Via del Faro for two hundred meters you can otherwise reach the wide public cliff at the foot of the lighthouse.