Located on the luxuriant green hills of Le Marche, L’Isola che non c’è is in the beautiful central Italy countryside, half way between the Adriatic sea and the Sibillini mountains, both within easy reach by car (20 minutes). It is a holistic facility, aimed at a complete wellbeing.
The accommodation facility – open all year round – is about an old rural house dating back to 1906, whose owner was originally the painter, sculptor and architect Luigi Fontana. Its recent renovation in 2011-2012 has kept the original beauty of the house unaltered.
The accommodation offers off-street parking, 5 en-suite rooms sleeping 16 with free wi-fi, Tv, air conditioned, chromotherapy and aromatherapy and welcomes children and pets. Two of the five rooms are fully equipped for disabled people.
There’s a fine restaurant inside the house offering organic food from the farm as well as local products.
The farm all around the house covers an area of about 4 hectares, mainly planted with olive trees.
Organic Olive oil is in fact a fundamentally important element within L’Isola che non c’è. It acts as a basic ingredient in the menu and it is also used for the treatments in the wellness centre. You can enjoy different massages while you’re staying at L’Isola che non c’è, e.g. Tui Na and Olive Oil massage. Tai Chi and Qui Gong.
• If you are interested in shopping, the area is popular with its many shoe outlet stores.
• In the summer you can choose among a wide selection of open-air events including folk festivals, concerts, cinema etc.
• You can admire not only the magnificent landscape but also some masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture and archeological sites.
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