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Numero di stanze/Rooms: 3 stanze- 1 appartamento

Chiusura/Closed: 08/01- 31/01

Prezzo/Price: da - from 22


The owners Sandro, Daniela and Samule welcome you to their B & B / and holiday apartment La Madonnina. It's situated 70 m from the exit number 11 for Apiro-Mergo on the highway SS76 in the valley of the Esino. The caves of Frasassi are 10km away, the lake of Castreccioni is 15km, as well as Monte San Vicino. The airport Rafaello Sanzio in Ancona is 35km, the ferry port of Ancona is 43km.
The building, which has been recently restored by the owners, shows their love for traditional details. It has 3 double rooms, each with a TV and guests can enjoy a shared kitchen with table, couch and TV. You can use the kitchen for your meals and enjoy local products direct from fruit and produce markets.
Walks are possible to the nearby monastery of the Frati Bianchi as are biking tours. You can also taste the Verdicchio wine, local cheeses and buy fruit and vegetables out of the B & B's own garden.


The small ancient village of Castelbellino offers a welcoming atmosphere, where every stone has a memory, every street and every corner have a magical surprise.
Wander around the little-known cultural richnesses, drowning the sense of time in the ancient charm of powerful walls, severe portals, enchanting and colourful landscapes; be entranced by the profane delicacies like the smell of “vincisgrassi”, typical dish in the Marches, running away from the little windows carved into the walls or by the irresistible aroma of Verdicchio wine coming from the castle caves used as cellars.
When you join the village, park the car and go on foot to admire the panoramic views of Esino valley at the end of the multiple short lanes. Parallel to the main entrance road, a winding uphill street leads to Piazza San Marco: the old centre is made up of narrow streets, steep stairways and charming squares.
Admire the castle walls of the fifteenth century and take an exciting tour through the streets of the old town which retain all the charm of past years.
At the top of the castle, once crossed the ancient arch of Proferno way, have a sit in one of the benches in the garden for a fantastic view over the Esino valley. In Piazza San Marco, the Loggia Belvedere dating back to the Renaissance period was once used as a covered market and is today one of the most picturesque corners of Castelbellino: enjoy the pleasant view of the rolling hills overlapping each other to the sea.


Distance:  km 21

Time advised: 4 hours (on foot); an hour (by car)

Difficulty: medium


From the archaeological area in Cupramontana, take the road which leads to Follonica, San Paolo until Staffolo.

Along the route,  you can visit the ancient Roman aqueduct  of Cupramontana (also called “Barlozzo” referring to the sect  “Fraticelli”) and  the medieval church of San Michele.

Not far from it , the vineyards of Follonica give birth to one of the best Verdicchio doc wines. 

The ancient castle of Follonica is famous for  its mysterious and legendary events.

At Contrada Battinebbia you can find the Vulcanelli di Fango (small volcanoes of mud) and a precious source rich in minerals, called “Acquasalata”, renowned for its miraculous and therapeutic properties.

Passing through San Paolo di Jesi, you can easily reach Staffolo where its Museo del vino (Wine museum) houses a wide collection of artifacts of winemaking tradition.






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Tel.  +39 0731778710

Fax. +39 0731778750

Via Nazario Sauro, 1

60034 Cupramontana (AN)