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Via Fortezza Pia, Ascoli Piceno, 63100

Welcome to Villa Fortezza B&B
In Ascoli Piceno, Villa Fortezza is...

An elegant, modern house surrounded by greenery, a spacious pine garden with an unparalleled view of the city, a light-filled, creative space of pure silence day and night, the hospitable and discreet presence of its hosts, the city, the cuisine, excursions and events.

…a B & B not to be missed.

Villa Fortezza

A Warm Welcome
Villa Fortezza is named after the Fortezza Pia (Pia Fortress) which is located on the hill just above the B&B.

Villa Fortezza was designed in 1967 by Enrico Teodori, architect and professor of urban planning at the University of Rome. It was renovated and expanded in 2008.

Hosts Salvatore and Federica are ready to prepare a delicious breakfast and offer assistance of any type to ensure your stay - whether for work, relaxation or vacation - is comfortable and enjoyable.

Ascoli Piceno is always worth a visit, as is Villa Fortezza.

Description of Villa Fortezza Bed & Breakfast:

Ascoli and its Surroundings

The city center is a 10 minute walk from the B&B, either along the road or down the 400 steps that pass through the Parco dell’Annunziata (Annunciation Park).
By car, it is a 3 minute drive to the Torricella covered parking lot, which is very close to Piazza Arringo and charges only .60 euro an hour.

Ascoli Piceno is surrounded by beautiful countryside and medieval villages. There are seasonal food festivals and ample options for excursions throughout the year. You can ski nearby at Montagna dei Fiori and Forca Canapine, swim in the nearby Castellano river or enjoy the wide sandy beaches of the Adriatic coast at Grottammare, San Benedetto or Martinsicuro.

Sights in Ascoli Piceno

Be sure to visit Piazza Arringo, the Cathedral and Baptistry, the Town Hall and its gallery of paintings, the Civic Archeological Museum, the Diocesan Museum, Piazza del Popolo with the Captain’s Palace, the Church of San Francesco and its cloisters and Caffè Meletti.
The northwest of the city is also worth a visit, with its medieval streets, towers and buildings, Romanesque churches, city gates, the Solestà Roman bridge, and the new ceramics museum.
Also notable are the Malatesta fortress with the Cecco bridge, the Palazzo Malaspina, the churches of San Gregorio and San Vittore and the ruins of the Roman walls.

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Prices in €
Daily Price Weekly Price
min. max. min. max.
extra bed.
(2 pers.)
3 60 90 350 500 20 yes


Handicapped Access
Dinner served
Animals accepted
Credit cards accepted

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