Dimora Fontemaggio Bed & Breakfast in Cossignano
Our guests will enjoy a delicious breakfast with fresh and local products as well as home-made cakes and biscuits.
Fruits and vegetables are grown in the surrounding green hills. It is a full of flavours breakfast, characterized by tradition genuineness.
Relax, repose but also a lot of fun!
During the nights the swimming pool lights create a charming and unique ambiance.
In the adjacent patio you can settle a BBQ for your dinner feeling free to use the pot herbs in our garden to create your own recipe.
The surrounding area of Dimora Fontemaggio offers a wide variety of festivals and events throughout the year: local history celebrations known in whole Italy, concerts, sports events, theatre shows, wine & food festivals, art and antique markets and cultural exhibitions.
It is also a great opportunity to get suggestions and trip ideas to make your holiday more interesting: lively and fun destinations, unusual excursions in nature and cultural tours, advises for a relaxing stay, restaurant, workshops ( botteghe d’arte ) or museums.
Dimora Fontemaggio is a good starting point to visit historical towns like Ascoli Piceno and villages like Offida, Ripatransone, Montalto delle Marche and Sibillini Mountains National Park that you can reach in a short time. Not far is the wonderful Riviera delle Palme located in the Adriatic Coast, where you can choose among the most famous seaside destinations as Grottammare, Cupra Marittima e San Benedetto del Tronto.
Marche Region is also a perfect destination for people who loves great high quality food. Its cuisine wisely combines meat and fish dishes. There are a lots of local typical specialities to taste as stuffed Ascoli olives, vincisgrassi and fine fish broth. Steps away you will be plenty of choices among amazing lovely towns that are rich of art, history and culture as well as nature trails and gourmet itineraries that makes the region of Marche an Italian excellence.
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This page was last updated: 21 October 2017