A few kilometers away from the most important tourist attractions of the area, Casa Ansietta is easily accessible from the highway 77 that connects the sea to the mountains.
From here guests will have the opportunity to take long walks in the green and quiet countryside of the Marche or to move to the nearby Nature Reserve of Abbadia di Fiastra, where art and nature coexist for centuries in a perfect combination. Nature lovers can also go to the Sibillini Mountains National Park or, in the direction of the coast, to the Conero Park, which houses the most beautiful and pristine beaches in the region, which has been awarded numerous awards for years.
The territory is also famous for its medieval walled villages (in the surroundings we remember Mogliano and Urbisaglia) and for the characteristic historical centers perfectly intact (such as Fermo and Macerata), which often guard real masterpieces of art and beauty, such as the famous Crucifixion painted by the Renaissance painter Lorenzo Lotto in Monte San Giusto, a few minutes away.
For lovers of archaeology, not to be missed, a few kilometers from here, the Archaeological Park of Urbs Salvia, the most important in the region, with the presence of the imposing remains of the theater and the Roman amphitheater, as well as the circuit of the ancient walls.
For lovers of music and shows, however, the region offers fans numerous concerts and theater reviews in every season, often hosted in one of the many historical theaters - real gems located in almost every city center - that have made the Marche famous throughout the world. In summer, the Macerata Opera Festival's evocative opera season is not to be missed. The imposing and spectacular Sferisterio also hosts concerts by the most important singers on the national and international contemporary scene.
The territory also boasts a variety of extraordinary typical food and wine products, yet to be discovered and that will pleasantly surprise you: from ciauscolo, the famous soft spreadable salami, to cooked wine and Vernaccia di Serrapetrona, without forgetting the popular mistrÓ Varnelli and traditional cheeses.