Riserva Privata San Settimio

Address: Palazzo di Arcevia, Arcevia, Marche, 60011, Italy | Villa
 
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This villa is located on Palazzo di Arcevia, Arcevia.
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Travel Blogs from Arcevia

Last Day in Fabriano

A travel blog entry by kerryburd on Oct 08, 2014

October 8: This was our last day with our Italian host family and we laid didn't leave the house until 10:30am (so yes, a late start!). We met a friend for a caffe' (coffee) for lunch and then walked the town of Fabriano. We were treated to a special behind-the-scenes of a beautiful theater. This was right out of the movie Amadeus. Very limited (but beautiful) plush red velvet seat on the floor however the "cool" factor here ...

Winery and Monte Cucco/Gubbio

A travel blog entry by kerryburd on Oct 07, 2014

... expect this to be the highest elevation of our trip in Italy. The views were spectacular (and that is an understatement). This is one of the best places in the world to hand glide and the hand gliders did not disappoint. They could almost float in midair. Gubbio: it was getting late and Enricho really wanted to show us a medieval town Gubbio. This town was fortress-like and right out of Lord of ...

Fabriano. The Home of Watermarks!

A travel blog entry by kerryburd on Oct 04, 2014

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... an immense amount of time put into the dough and crust. The dough is baked to what ends up being a large tray if flatbread. You then take various meats that are on individual trays and cut them up and place them on the bread. We also has homemade white wine, beer, cherry wine and anise which is a very high liquor similar in the states to Everclear. There were several new faces at dinner, all speaking Iralian, including a very personable fellow, the former mayor ...

Down to the Adriatic

A travel blog entry by gianforte on Sep 27, 2014

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Today we descended from San Marino to the sea. We reached the ocean at the town of Cattolica. Enroute we crossed 700 kilometers since beginning our cycling journey in Innsbruck just over a week ago. We found full on summer. This Saturday afternoon, the beaches were full with sun bathers and ...

Gubbio Lively Walled City Very Medieval, Hard City

A travel blog entry by filiaduo on Sep 19, 2014

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Sorry poddies, been so busy lately, have hardly had any time. Now in Kyoto Japan, and loving the atmosphere and little streets. We're about join our new tour group and see islands, ancient roads and villages, do cycling and walks to natural areas, see wildlife and get some hot spring exp - should be good.

Here's Gubbio, Italy, spent 3 days there, meant to send it earlier. I'll blame it on the wifi.

GUBBIO A really amazing walled, ...