"Porta Romana" is one of 2 brand new apartments Within the self-catering holiday home "ASPRA stones". They sono stati drawn from an independent stone building of the XVI century in the historical city center of Casperia. Originally mill for the production of olive oil. The building is the result of the renovation of the original structure.
Entrance- living room, kitchenette and bedroom (bathroom with shower not en-suite). It offers a spectacular view on Sabini Mountains from the bedroom. 2 + 1 bed places (1 sofa-bed - queen bed - in the living room). Fully furnished: induction cooking plate, electric oven, dishwasher, fridge, Nespresso coffee machine, toaster, kitchenware and tableware, SAT TV, house phone / ADSL / wifi router.
Very high standards of décor and equipment, refined finishing touches
Guests will feel at home! The apartment is completely at their disposal. Roberto together with His Wife Francesca receive guests. If not, Elisa does. She is disponibile anche for any need Throughout the stay.
We offer a sober and refined setting to our guests holiday, with very high standards of decor and equipment, consistent with the simplicity and tranquility of the life in the country-side, away from the chaotic and noisy rhythms of the city. Ideal For Those Who want to relax, eat well, enjoy spectacular sunsets, walk in the nature, breathe clean air. And immersed itself in the "asprese" (*) enjoying routines welcoming and cozy ambience. Destinations of Central Italy (Tuscany, Umbria, Rome).
(*) Aspra Sabina is the ancient name of Casperia (till 1947) and its inhabitants are still called "aspresi".
Casperia is considered one of the most beautiful medieval villages in Central Italy. The old town center is closed to car traffic.
The main built-up area, maintains typical medieval feature. Narrow stepped paved streets, buildings ordered in concentric rings, surrounding the main square on the top.
The landscape is marked by the Sabine Mountains. Thanks to Tevere River climatic action, but also by the Mediterranean woodland. The river also supports agriculture which has traditionally characterized the surrounding territory. Which provides in abundance the typical products of the Mediterranean diet.
Awarded "Orange Flag", Casper shows eastward wonderful views over the Sabines mountains, to the west, it overlooks the Tiber valley and mount Soratte, known as the Roman poet Horace. On approaching Casper the traveler immediately recognizes the village by the 13th century bell tower and nearby the centuries-old holm oak tree crown.
Casperia site is baricentric with respect to Tuscany (Florence at about 2 hours driving, less to reach Siena, the Chianti, etc), Umbria (1 hour to 1 and a half driving to reach Perugia, Spoleto, Todi, Orvieto, etc). Rome city center (and Vatican City) is about 1 hour and a half driving.
Sabina's beauties: nature, landscape, history, architecture and art.
Last but not least, food, olive oil, wine unic experiences.