Where to stay in Sarnano Italy
Now that you discovered so many places to visit and things to do in this charming village, you are probably wondering if I can recommend you a place to stay.
L’Antica Dimora is a special country house that offers the opportunity to experience great apartments, in an amazing rural contest in the heart of the Sibillini mountains.
It’s an ideal retreat to nourish the body and the mind. It’s a place where guests can enjoy the tranquility of an authentic rural life and reach Sarnano main attractions in just some minutes. The apartments offer fully equipped kitchens. In the outdoor patio there’s a swimming pool, a perfect area to chill out during the afternoon, enjoying the beautiful landscape of the surroundings. L’Antica Dimora is a perfect place to switch-off, relax and explore the territory!
Do you love camping, creative themes, and the great outdoors? L’Antica Dimora offers also a campsite, where you can find a special area with the theme “Alice in Wonderland”. Perfect for families and Alice’s fans!
About the owner, Brunella
Behind any place, there’s a personal story. Brunella, the “local friend” who showed us the best of her land, is the owner and the personality of the country house. An entrepreneur, a creative woman who loves cats. A person who loves what she does.
One of the best aspects of traveling is meeting local people, as they often challenge our perception about a place and help us learn something new about the world and ourselves. Thank you Brunella for showing your territory and for being our perfect “local friend and host” during the #RipartidaiSibilliniExperience3.
Riparti dai Sibillini Experience 3
Special thanks also to:
Nicoletta, @trinitychepassa on Instagram. Marchigiana, an unstoppable world traveler and my travel mate during the Sarnano tour.
Luca Terence for the whole organization of this great initiative to promote the Sibillini area and the Marche Region. Nadia, Racconti di Marche and Igers Marche were partners of this initiative.
This tour was organized before the new Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers (DPCM) in Italy and the people involved respected physical distancing rules and used masks.
Cover Photo: Thanks to Luca Tambella