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2BR Charming Villa 51 with pool

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Villa Ca' Lucciola offers you a unique getaway from home. Located near the beach in the beautiful region of Pesaro, Le Marche, with private swimming pool (size: 6x12 metres) and surrounded by scenery landscape and breathtaking views. Enjoy your holiday!

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Welcome, Benvenuto, Welkom,
Villa Ca' Lucciola offers you a unique getaway from home. Surrounded by typical Italian landscape with breathtaking views, the villa is located in the quiet area of Mondavio in the beautiful region of Le Marche, just a short, easy drive from the beaches, and a couple of miles from downtown Fano and other unique towns and places of interest. Ca' Lucciola literally means House (Casa) of the Fireflies, that can be seen in some seasons in the garden and the fields surrounding the villa. The villa, surrounded by the river Metauro and it's green area has a lot to offer to those who seek nature in a private rustic environment. Only 15 minutes away from the beautiful Adriatic coastline you will find shops, a great selection of fine restaurants and beaches.

The villa has 3 separate houses/apartments, all with private entrances. The beautiful garden has olive and fruit trees, lovely flowers and a large swimming pool. The large veranda/patio, pool,, garden, pizza oven and barbeque will be shared with other guests of Villa Ca' Lucciola. The villa offers a separate laundry room (washing machine & tumble dryer) that can be used by the guest and the house offers free parking.

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Villa 51 features:
• 1 bedroom with queen size (180x200 cm) bed including premium matrasses and comfort pillows
• 1 bedroom with 2 single beds (90x200 cm) including premium matrasses and comfort pillows
• 1 luxurious bathroom with shower, bath and toilet (first floor)
• Nicely decorated living room with romantic fire place (first floor)
• 1 bathroom with shower and toilet (ground floor)
• Private kitchen including all equipment with dining area, romantic fire place and access to patio
• Wifi is available, but can be slow at times, because it is a 4GB mobile network connection
• Free parking on the property
Please note: swimming pool, garden, veranda/patio (incl. furniture), pizza oven and barbeque, laundry room and parking space are shared with other guests, if present.

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Although Villa Ca' Lucciola is a lovely family house, there are no special facilities for young children, such as baby beds or high chairs. The pool has no safety fences and is unsupervised. The staircases in the villa's cannot be closed off with safety gates. So young children should be monitored all the time.

Notice: the pool can not be used in wintertime since there is no heating and the pool cleaning system is shut down.
Villa Ca' Lucciola offers you a unique getaway from home. Located near the beach in the beautiful region of Pesaro, Le Marche, with private swimming pool (size: 6x12 metres) and surrounded by scenery landscape and breathtaking views. Enjoy your holiday!

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Mondavio, Marche, Ιταλία

Our beautiful vacation home is located in the gorgeous region of Le Marche. Here you will find lots of area attractions, hiking paths, nice restaurants, beautiful beaches and so many more.

Our house is located inland at about 15 minutes by car from Fano downtown (beaches). The house is located in the middle of the hills at the outskirt of Mondavio/San Liberio/Villanova. From the Strada Provinciale, you will have to drive a dirt road for about 2 kilometers before you reach the house. It is the real Le Marche experience! With the house instructions, you will also receive clear instructions on how to reach the house. The nearest (smaller) grocery stores can be found in Villanova and Calcinelli, at less than 10 minutes by car and the bigger shopping centre Auchan along the road before you enter Fano.

Shops
Villanova has two small supermarkets where you can find bread, vegetables, etc. Opening hours are from 7:00 to 13:00 and from 16:00 to 19:00.
The new A&O supermarket in Calcinelli (turn left before the traffic lights if coming from Villanova) is well sorted.
Auchan, a very large supermarket, is open most hours and can be found in the Industrial Zone along the dual carriage way before driving into Fano.

Restaurants
The area has many nice restaurants where you should try to local specialities (truffles and all sorts of pasta’s). The old centre of Mondavio has two nice restaurants (look for the one with the nice view behind the church). Piagge has a small but good take-away pizzeria. Try also the restaurant along the road from Villanova and through San Iberio. Restaurant Maria opposite the Crossodromo has very nice set menu diners and a la carte dishes, it is within walking distance from the house.

History
The hamlet of Cavallara is named after an old castle that used to stand on top of the hill behind Ca’Lucciola. The castle is first mentioned in 1001 and was reported as destructed in 1283. The castle had a small parish church that served the community of Cavallara. A small church has recently been re-built on this location. This replaced a slightly larger church dedicated to San Ubaldo, that fell to ruins in the early decades of the twentieth century.

Things to do
Fano and the surrounding areas have a busy programme of festivals, concerts and events. Nearby Pesaro has a yearly opera festival. The beaches stretch for many miles up and down the coast. The historic town of Urbino is one and half hour away. Florence, Rome and Venice are within a day trip by car.
Fano is a delightful Roman town with a large variety of small shops, bars and restaurants. There are weekly food and clothes markets and a monthly antique market. The valley of the Metauro River is full of small towns with their own markets. The area is famous for good olive oil, wine, truffles and cheeses.

Le Marche
The Region of Le Marche has seen an influx of foreign tourism in the last decade thanks to advertising campaigns that highlight Le Marche's beautiful coast and rustic hinterland. Le Marche is centrally located, with the Adriatic Sea on the east and the region of Umbria, with the spine of the Appenine Mountains, to the west. Emilia-Romagna and San Marino border Le Marche to the north, at the Foglia river, and Abruzzi is to the south, the border marked by the Tronto river. Le Marche is characterized by a rugged and mountainous hinterland that gently rolls toward the sea, which is where most of the people of the region live.

The region's inlands are sparsely populated and home to mountain gorges, waterfalls and caves, while the coast is home to beaches that are just becoming popular to foreigners, although Italian families have known about them for years. Le Marche has a nice mix of many parts of Italian culture: resort towns and beautiful beaches, rugged scenery and quaint hill towns, friendly townspeople, excellent food and a good sample of art and history. With all of this to offer, it is a virtual guarantee that Le Marche will not remain unknown outside of Italy for much longer.

Regional Food & Wine
The food of Le Marche equally shares from the bounty of the sea as well as the farm. Brodetto is the most famous fish stew of the Adriatic coast, and varies in form from each coastal town. The marchigian versions of brodetto include red and gray mullet, cuttlefish or squid (or both), oil, garlic and saffron - served on either fried or toasted bread. Other seafood favorites include the port of Ancona's stoccafisso (dried codfish, which is not native to the Mediterranean), and local varieties like sole, bream, clams and mussels. Vincisgrassi is the lasagna of Le Marche, made with ground pork, mushrooms, tomato and bechamel sauces, all topped with local truffles. Favorite meats include veal, rabbit, game birds (quail, pigeon), chicken and goose. Both meats and fish are usually done either in a porchetta style using fennel, garlic and rosemary, orpotacchio (with onion, tomato, white wine and rosemary). The meat (beef, veal or lamb, mostly) "alla brace" is also quite popular, cooked on embers of wood fire. In Marche you can often find the "maialino", suckling pig cooked in a woodfired oven.

Pecorino, especially young pecorino, is the most favored cheese of Le Marche, but the casciotta d'Urbino (PDO) is also popular. Le Marche desserts are not overwhelmingly sweet and often use sweetened cheeses like pecorino or ricotta as ingredients: think of sweet things such as calcioni and piconi. Other desserts include a pizza dolce, or sweet pizza and frustenga, a cake made with raisins, figs and walnuts.

The wines of Le Marche include full bodied DOC reds like Ancona's Rosso Conero, the popular Rosso Piceno and and the sparkling Vernaccia di Serrapetrona (DOCG). However the real standout of Le Marche is its white wines, especially Verdicchio (dei Castelli di Iesi or di Matelica - both DOC), considered by many to be the absolute best wine to have with seafood. Bianchello del Metauro (DOC) is a traditional, straw colored white that is excellent with Le Marche's shellfish. Spirits of Le Marche include home made grappas and other infused liquors, but the most popular isMistra, an aniseed liqueur used as a digestivo.

Regional Highlights
Macerata
Macerata is a nice, small town that is right on the top of a hill, just about 300 meters above sea level. The city is pretty, probably not as breathtaking as some of the most famous ones such as Florence, Rome or Venice, however it still represents a pleasant visit and it is an interesting historical site to see. Two areas worth checking are the Porta Mercato (Market Gate) and Porta Montana, gates that in the past were access points to the city. The Cathedral completed in 1464 is also worth visiting, as well as Palazzo dei Priori and the palace of the Regione.

Ancona
Ancona is the principal port of Le Marche and home to some of Italy's best seafood. The city juts out into the Adriatic, on a spur of land that was once the location of an ancient Piceni settlement. The Basilica of San Ciriaco lies near the mouth of the harbor at the top of the Guasco hill and has been used as point of navigation for sailors since its completion in the 13th century. Close by, is Ancona's most prominent Roman ruin, the excellently preserved Arch of Trajan. Other Roman, Etruscan and Piceni artifacts can be found in the very thorough and expanding collection of the Museo Nazionale delle Marche. Ancona is blessed with a sheltered harbor and today is one of the major jumping-off points to other locations in the eastern Mediterranean such as Venice, Trieste, The Dalmatian coast (Croatia) and the Greek isles. The port of Ancona is one of the biggest in Italy, due to the ferry connections with Croatia and Greece.

Urbino
The city of Urbino blessed the Italian Renaissance with two of its native sons: Raphael and Bramante. In return, Urbino was blessed with many of the artistic gifts of the time by being home to one of the greatest patrons of the arts: Federico da Montelfeltro, Duke of Urbino. Duke Federico left such a mark on Urbino that he is still popular among townsfolk today, with a yearly festival held in his honor. His masterpiece, thePalazzo Ducale is the centerpiece of the old city center, now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Palazzo dominates the city skyline, with its twin towers being recognized throughout Italy as the home of a real Renaissance man. Today it is home to the Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, which contains a fine collection from the Duke's artist friends. Urbino is home to even more art treasures among its neighborhoods including the Duomo, the church of San Giovanni Battista and the Oratory of San Giuseppe. The truly dedicated art lover will want to make a pilgrimage to Raphael's birthplace along via Raffello, where a few more masterpieces await. When leaving Urbino, a trip to the tomb of Duke Federico at the church of San Bernardino will also reward the traveler with and excellent view of the city.

Pesaro
Pesaro lies at the mouth of the Foglia river and is both a lovely seaside resort town, as well as one of Le Marche's industrial centers. Pesaro's coastline is home to a stretch of beautiful beaches, and is yet to be discovered by foreign tourists. Opera lovers will want to visit the home of Gioacchino Rossini - of "Barber of Seville" fame. A visit to Pesaro in August brings the world famous Rossini Opera Festival, where nearly every one of his operas are performed. Piazza del Popolo is the heart of Pesaro, dominated by the Palazzo Ducale: built by the ruling Sforza family, it has recently been restored. Pesaro's Duomo has recently revealed a long lost Byzantine mosaic floor dating from the 5th century. Sun worshippers will find an array of beach options, from secluded public stretches of sand, to resort-style beaches where for a fee you can get a spot with a beach umbrella and a beach chair. A popular daytrip from Pesaro is the 13th century fortress town of Gradara, the best preserved walled town in Le Marche.

Regional Festivals
Ascoli Piceno- La Quintana jousting festival in August.
Pesaro - Rossini Opera Festival in August
Pianello - Sagra della Lumaca snail festival in June
Ville e Castella Festival in June/July
Summer Jamboree in Senigallia in august
Monte Monaco - Sagra della Castagna chestnut festival in October
Talamello - Formaggio di Fossa cheese festival in November
Our beautiful vacation home is located in the gorgeous region of Le Marche. Here you will find lots of area attractions, hiking paths, nice restaurants, beautiful beaches and so many more.

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For some years we own our gorgeous holiday country house in Italy! We won't be there the whole year so we would like to make it available to you and your friends & family. It is a wonderful villa with a private swimming pool and the tremendous views will be the highlight of your stay! I sometimes just sit at the patio and watch how the skies are constantly changing the colour setting of the surrounding hills. If you love quietness and appreciate a rustic environment, you will love it! Read the listing for more details. A warm welcome to beautiful Le Marche, Italy!
For some years we own our gorgeous holiday country house in Italy! We won't be there the whole year so we would like to make it available to you and your friends & family. It is a…
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We won't be there ourselves, because we live and work in the Netherlands. Therefore the house is self-catered and you will receive clear instructions on how to get there and how to use the amenities. We have a cleaning lady who will ensure the house is cleaned and ready for you, cleaning costs are included in the rental price. We have local contacts living close by in case of questions or problems. Together with the house manual, you will receive a list with contact numbers of our local hosts. Also, you can contact us by phone or e-mail during your stay.
We won't be there ourselves, because we live and work in the Netherlands. Therefore the house is self-catered and you will receive clear instructions on how to get there and how to…
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