Via Piagge, 2, Contrada San Paolino 63837 Falerone (Fermo)
A few hundred metres from the rural churchof San Paolino(12th century), the accommodation enjoys a view of the spectacular scenery of the Sibillini Mountains and offers a typical glimpse of rural life, with the opportunity to participate in olive harvesting and pressing at the farm’s olive mill.
The house, built in the first half of the 19th century, has been fully renovated using green building techniques and retains wooden beams and door and window frames, terracotta floors and stone walls with exposed brick.
On the ground floor is a shared recreation room and the dining room, while first floor is home to the four ensuite bedrooms: Pergola (double) and Vigna (twin) have a private terrace overlooking the garden and pool. Pero and Da Sole are spread over two levels and offer views of the Sibillini Mountains and the Tenna Valley.
The recreation room leads out to the outdoor area with tables and chairs, the pool and the garden with its age-old plants.
The agriturismo also has horse paddocks and a sand arena (30x40 m).
The farm produces a refined, high quality extra virgin olive oil. Guests can visit the farm’s oil mill and participate in all related activities.
Less than 30 km away are important natural, ski and seaside resorts, such as the Gola dell’Infernaccio gorge, the Abbadia di Fiastra Nature Reserve and Mount Falco.
Guests can go horse riding, hiking or mountain biking, visit designer shopping outlets and shoe and hat factories and attend the Fermo and Servigliano ‘palio’ horse race in August.