|Minimum Stay||4 - 7 nights|
Caserma Carina stands proud in the heart of Marche Italy, a region of enchanting landscape with an abundance of beautiful towns and cities. Lovely cool, spacious apartment with high chestnut ceilings situated on the first floor comprising lounge, kitchen and dining area, one twin bedroom (which can be made into a queen size double) and bathroom with shower. There is a large double sofa bed in the lounge for additional occupancy. Outdoor dining facilities provided in the gardens. Just a fifteen minute walk will take you into the wonderful ancient town of Mogliano where you'll find all amenities including bars, restaurants and supermarkets. Take time to wander round the centro storico full of atmosphere and history. Enjoy a stroll round on market day and soak up local Italian life or sit out at one of the many bars and gaze across to the Sibillini mountains in the distance with a cold glass of Prosecco. We are perfectly positioned to fully explore this relatively undiscovered region of Italy.
The Coast - Marche's coastline offers some stunning scenery and in particular Monte Conero with its high cliffs (offering 18 walks) and small beaches tucked away in corners of natural beauty. Even closer for our guests is Porto San Giorgo, a pretty medieval fishing town with safe, sandy beaches, a lovely marina and established restaurants catering for families and couples alike. During July the locals hold the traditional Festa del Pesce (Fish Festival), where the fish is cooked in huge frying pans.
The Sibillini Mountains - Lakes, waterfalls, deep gorges, woodlands and ancient monasteries are just some of the delights of this National Park. Whatever the season the scenery is stunning whether you choose to travel by car, cycle, on foot or even skiis! To break up your journey stop off at one of the many excellent restaurants offering delicious mountain cuisine.
Frasassi Caves - one of the most complex karst systems in Italy. The caves offer an underground world of lakes, beautiful transparent alabaster formations, vaulted caverns and stalactites suspended like daggers. Guided tours are available throughout the year.
Abbadia di Fiastra and Urbs Salvia - the abbey, less than a 10 minute drive away was founded by Cistercian monks in 1142. Open to the public with shops, bars and restaurants, the abbey is set in acres of grounds offering walking, cycling and horse riding. Minutes away is the archaeological area of Urbs Salvia - the best preserved Roman remains in Marche dating back to the second century.
Macerata Opera Festival - held every summer during July and August in the magnificent Sferisterio open air theatre, second only to Verona.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£200|
There is a charge for heating based solely on usage.