Rubens has 1 double bedroom with bathroom ensuite and a pouff bed, a bedroom with 2 single beds, the main bathroom and open kitchen with living space.
- Separate WCs0
- Min. Stay1 - 7 nights
The villa was completely renovated between October 2010 and February 2011, composed of 3 apartments. It is 200 m. far from the sea, in the beautiful scenery of the Gulf of Gaeta. Guests can spend their vacation in complete privacy, enjoying the garden of the villa and the sweet and gentle sea breeze.
The villa consists of 3 apartments and Rubens is one of them.
Staying at LivingApple Beach allows you to spend your holiday in complete freedom. You do not need a car to go to the beach. It 's all at your fingertips: beach, bakery, grocery, greengrocers.
But if you want to visit the historical and natural beauties of the area you need to move by car or by train.
- english, italian
- Calendar last updated:
- 18 Oct 2018
Sports & Adventure Activities
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The villa, LivingApple Beach is located in Marina of Minturno, close to the archaeological site of Minturno, in a very quiet area, away from the noise and just 200 meters from the sea. The location is ideal to visit Rome and Naples. Easy to reach from the main highway, A1.
Minturno is situated in the most southern parth of Latina province, at about 80 Km from Naples and 150 from Rome. Its territory is bounded by Tirrenian sea, on the South-West, by the river Garigliano (which is the boundary betwenn the regions Latium and Campania) on the South, and by another valley nearby the Aurunci Mountains on the North. Minturno has ancient origins, aurunche and Roman. The current “Comprensorio Archeologico Romano di Minturnae”, with the Theatre, represents the proof of the roman ancient village, with the temple, the republican Hole, the imperial Hole, tabernae, the macellum and the Antiquarium. In the Minturno medieval center stand out for traditions and history the baronial Castle, the churches of S.Pietro, the SS. Annunziata and of San Francesco, and the use still not completely abandoned, from the older women, who wear the custom of the “pacchiana'.