Mondavio (Pesaro e Urbino) Code
Borgo la Rovere was born from an enchanting 19th century farmhouse. A restored farmhouse where the charm of the countryside blends with accommodation cared for in every detail.
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From an enchanting peasant dwelling of the nineteenth century, the borgo comes to life. A restored farmhouse where the charm of the countryside blends with accommodations thought in every single detail. Our Services: parking, swimming pool, private gazebo around the pool, welcome drink, drinking water dispenser, air conditioning, free wi-fi, laundry (in common).
ROCCA DI MONDAVIO, a splendid village, is among the best preserved historical centres of the Marche region, situated in one of the most beautiful areas of the region. On a hill just 20 km from the Adriatic Sea. The fortress of Mondavio, built between 1482 and 1492, is considered a masterpiece of Renaissance military architecture. Inside there is the eighteenth-century Apollo theatre, the historical museum of memory, the civic museum and the church of San Francesco. Culture, hospitality, craftsmanship and local products are just some of the qualities that earned Mondavio the Orange Flag award in 2003.
URBINO AND ITS DUCAL PALACE
Just 38 km from us, the city of Urbino, a World Heritage Site, is the pinnacle of Renaissance art and architecture. In this small town, nestled on a plateau, artists such as Raphael and Piero Della Francesca created an exceptional urban complex, influencing the cultural development of the rest of Europe. Here you can visit the most ambitious project of Duke Federico da Montefeltro, the Ducal Palace of Urbino. Nowadays it has become a young and dynamic city thanks to its prestigious university and the exchange with international students.
In Pesaro, just 40 km away, the Rossini Theatre is an opera house inaugurated in 1637. The theatre has undergone several transformations, a real reconstruction by the architect Pietro Ghinelli in 1818, when it opened with an exceptional performance by Gioachino Rossini, who was already famous at the time even though he was only 27 years old. The theatre took its present name in honour of the composer in 1854; its neoclassical structure is typical of the ''Italian theatre''.
CAVES OF FRASASSI
At 45 km, in the province of Ancona, you can visit the magnificent underground karst caves of Frasassi. Inside the karst caves you can admire the natural sculptures formed by layers of limestone over 190 million years thanks to the work of water and rock. The forms of these natural works have stimulated the imagination of the speleologists, calling them in curious way as the '' Giants '', the '' Camel '' and the '' Dromedary ''.
GORGE OF THE FURORE
A silent passage between dream and reality... the Furlo Gorge is 30 km far and it is an authentic paradise crossed by the Candigliano river that insinuates itself between the imposing rocky walls of the Gorge, where the suggestion of the landscape joins the great naturalistic richness that boasts unique examples of flora and fauna. In the 1930s, the local forest ranger, with an excavation work, reproduced on the slopes of Mount Pietralata, near the gorge, the profile of Benito Mussolini, who often crossed the gorge in his travels between Rome and northern Italy. The monument, which was mined and destroyed by partisans during the war, is currently only partially recognizable.
BLUE FLAG BEACHES
The beaches of Sirolo and Numana, 70 km away, are among the least ''colonized'' of the coast: there are few bathing establishments, and nature reigns as the undisputed ruler of these beautiful places. Wild beaches, steep cliffs, caves, white rocks covered with pinewoods which overlook the clear and deep waters, make Sirolo and Numana the ideal destinations for those who are looking for an uncontaminated nature. The nearby villages, sunny and breezy, situated between a sea rich in fish and gentle hills, are protected to the north by the green promontory of Parco del Conero.
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