|Nestled amidst vineyards and olive groves, just ten minutes away from Italy’s cleanest sea and close to centuries-old villages along the via Francigena, our accommodations are set in an ancient rural building housing two separate apartments: on the upper floor, a studio furnished in contemporary taste and equipped with a mini-kitchen, shower bath and living area; and on the lower floor, a large two-room apartment with an open-plan dining room and kitchen, ample bathroom and bedroom-living room.
Outside, a chestnut wood veranda is the perfect place for guests to admire the peaceful rolling landscape and enjoy complete quiet.
In this haven of peace and silence guests can savour the wines produced by the Arrigoni family, which has made quality and tradition its raison d’être.
TWO-ROOM APARTMENT - GROUND FLOOR
Surface area: 60 m²
This two-room apartment boasts a patio, free Wi-Fi connection, flat-screen TV, kitchenette with microwave oven and an en-suite bathroom with shower.
- Shower • Safe • Air conditioning • Hair dryer • Iron • Refrigerator • Complimentary bathroom amenities • Toilet • Microwave oven • Dishwasher • Washing machine • Patio • En-suite bathroom • Heating • Kitchen • Flat-screen TV • Independent entrance • Marble or tile flooring • Scenic view • Dining area • Mosquito net • Closet or wardrobe • Oven • Cooktop • Toaster • Barbecue • Bidet • Garden view • Cleaning products • Coffee machine • Towels • Dining table • Garden furniture • Outdoor dining area • Entire apartment located on the ground floor • Clothes rack • Toilet paper • Sofa bed
- Free Wi-Fi!
Monolocale al primo piano
Surface area 30 m²
Surface area: 30 m²
This studio boasts a balcony, free Wi-Fi connection, flat-screen TV, kitchenette with microwave oven and en-suite bathroom with shower.
- Shower • Safe • Air conditioning • Hair dryer • Iron • Kitchenette • Balcony • Refrigerator • Complimentary bathroom amenities • Toilet • Microwave oven • Washing machine • En-suite bathroom • Heating • Flat-screen TV • Independent entrance • Scenic view • Parquet or wood flooring • Dining area • Mosquito net • Closet or wardrobe • Cooktop • Toaster • Barbecue • Bidet • Garden view • Cleaning products • Coffee machine • Towels • Dining table • Garden furniture • Outdoor dining area • Fold-away bed • Clothes rack • Toilet paper • Child safety gates
- Free Wi-Fi!
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The area and its history
During your stay you may choose to spend your day at the beach in Lerici, Tellaro or Marinella; visit the Cinque Terre – today a world-famous travel destination – or Portovenere, a beautiful pearl on the sea; explore Tuscany and its historic cities or the town of Luni and the remains of its Roman amphitheatre; stop and relax on a beautiful, quiet meadow and sunbathe surrounded by sequoias, or read a good book in the shade beneath their branches and enjoy the peace and silence of the place. In addition to all these beauties, this area is also the birthplace of a wine that is increasingly dominating both the domestic and global market: Vermentino. Its origins date back many centuries, as far back as the time of the Maritime Republics – when Genoa dominated the Tyrrhenian Sea and imposed its customs and knowledge across its territory. These included the Vermentino grape, which the Genoese dominators spread throughout the “Genoese basin” stretching from Liguria, Tuscany and Sardinia to Corsica and the French Riviera. Our own Vermentino encapsulates all of the best qualities and distinctive features of this wine.
During the High Middle Ages, the area was under the jurisdiction of the Luni Diocese and stretched from the borders of the Genoa Diocese all the way to the Lucca Diocese. The Via Francigena, an ancient pilgrim route connecting the City of Rome to all destinations in the Holy Roman Empire, ran right through it and today a few stretches are still marked by ancient ruins, villages and castles, a very common sight in the area and a testament to the ancient history of our land. These ancient villages were deliberately built on high ground in order to control the access roads, which were often travelled by hostile armies, and prepare in good time to defend the fortified village. One of these is Arcola, which dates back to the year 1000 and is a delightful discovery for anyone who chooses to visit it.
Rosa di Maggio is close to La Spezia and the Cinque Terre… very easy to reach…
Via Einaudi, 8 – Masignano – 19020 La Spezia (SP) – Tel. 0187-504060 E-mail: email@example.com
Once on the highway, follow signs for “La Spezia” A15 or A12; after passing through the La Spezia toll booth follow signs for the city centre (centro La Spezia); follow the junction for about 1 km, then take the first exit towards “Vezzano Ligure”; at the first intersection turn right; after 2 km turn left at the pharmacy; drive up via Einaudi until you reach Rosadimaggio on your left.
Take the exit towards La Spezia
Keep left towards La Spezia
Take the exit towards Vezzano Ligure
At the first intersection, turn right towards La Spezia
Turn left right before the pharmacy
Follow the road to your destination