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Ca Ginestra is the perfect location for the peace and quiet seekers. Far from the buzz, noise and traffic you can be surrounded by just green, nature and stunning views.

So, if you are looking for: a quiet place a cosy family-sized house where to spend a week from from the everyday buzz, a place where to remain undisturbed and dedicate yuor time to simply relaxing and doing nothing or if resting for you means being active and spend time outdoors... then Ca Ginestra might be your place.

Take advantage of our SPECIAL OFFER for bookings in April and May 2018 at our unbelievable prices!

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This small and cosy family country house is equipped with all the comforts for a nice stay! It is spacious and tastefully decorated keeping to the traditional style with some modern elements. The owners Andrea and Francesca have left their hearts in it, as well as some particular elements giving a unique touch to the atmosphere. Inside the house or outdoors you can always find your space where to remain undisturbed and enjoy the long-expected peace: from the large garden surrounding the house, to the nice porch furnished for outdoor living: from the large terrace where you can relax or enjoy the sun, to the swimming pool that will keep your children entertained and will refresh you in the hot days. Find out the full description here.

BOOK YOUR HOLIDAY AT CA GINESTRA

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Worried that you will get bored? I don't think so! Laying down in the hammock, reading a book, taking the sun in the garden or preparing a BBQ will keep you "busy".

Should you decide to go out and explore the area, there are plenty of things to do: from cycling, to walking, to trekking... Moreover, if you are keen on cycling and you would love to discover the area from a "bicycle" point of view, you have chosen the right place for your holiday! Ask the very polite owner Andrea, cycling guide by profession, to suggest you some cycling itineraries and you will discover the most beautiful roads in the province. If he is available, he may also organise a guided cycling tour for you.

From its dominant position, Ca Ginestra overlooks beautiful landscapes. Do not miss visiting the nearby town of Cartoceto, famous for its precious oil or Castello di Mombaroccio or Fossombrone. The unique interactive museum of Balì and its observatory are ideal for your children's entertainment.

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And that's not all...the beauty of the Adriatic coast is just about half-an-hour drive. The cities of Pesaro and Fano can offer you even more opportunities to enjoy and relax!

Do not wait too long! Book any week between April 07 and June 02 and take advantage of the extraordinary price! Choose any week between June 02 and September 08 and you will have the pool open for you! Whatever you choose, the odds are on your side!

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Enjoy!

Strutture consigliate

r4r9t6t4p2p8y6p5q7c0o9e1i8q7p7x2g5e0g9m8f0r1t2s3z8l5t6s0l3t0d6h3h4k5k8i6y0t6h4b2i4v0d5d5w8p9o9j8k7j7q7k5t1f0q2i9t1a8r1l5a0n6z8l3It was then again transported by the angels in 1294, to the other part of the Adriatic Sea, to Recanati and finally, one year after, in 1295, it found its final position into a laurel grove, called the ‘Lauretanum,’ from where the name of Loreto comes from. The legend also says that when the Virgin’s House was lowered by the angels the the trees around bowed down in respect.

The scientific research, however, insists that the transportation of the Holy House was done by sea and was not flown by angels. Moreover, monks and crusaders were often referred to as ‘angels’ by the common people during the medieval period thus explaining the myth of ‘angels’ transporting the Holy House from Nazareth to Loreto on their wings. Indeed, after centuries of research, in 1962 archaeological and literature evidence suggest that the house in the center of the Basilica of Loreto, may actually originate from the lands of Nazareth for its limestone and cedar construction materials are typical for that land and period and are not to be found in Marche.

The Holy House, located in the center of the Basilica today, is quite small, consisting of a single room. The original House had three walls with the fourth being open towards the entrance of the grotto where today stands the altar with a statue of a Black Madonna. Two different parts can be identified in the construction of the Santa Casa : the original wall, about 3 meters high, built in regular row and with limestone blocks found in Palestine and a newer upper section built with Marche local bricks. There are six graffiti, similar to those found in the Holy Land, belonging to ancient periods.

Almost two centuries after the appearance of the Holy House in Loreto, in 1469, a large Basilica was built around it. It has been reconstructed and remodeled several times over the centuries and today it has a Renaissance exterior and a Gothic interior. Soon after the construction of the Basilica it became very popular in Italy, and by the 16th century it was visited by pilgrims from all over Europe.

anrea-contucci-sansovino-loreto-santa-casa-04-665x509Inside the Basilica, exactly below the Dome, there is a huge marble concourse, surrounding the Holy House. The Marble Screen, representing Bible scenes, together with a scene representing the legend of the angels flying the house, was assigned by Julius II, who, in 1507, sent Donato Bramante to Loreto to do “great things” there and to “draw many works”. There are two obvious paths formed in the hard stone concourse, left by the millions of pilgrims who would circumnavigate the Holy shrine on their knees.

The Virgin of Loreto is considered the patron saint of pilots, emigrants, and expectant mothers. Each year, on December 10, pilgrims and citizens celebrate the arrival of the Holy House in Loreto. The little town has become one of the most popular places in Marche throughout the centuries and undoubtedly a must-visited site for all the Christian pilgrims worldwide.

Today the Sanctuary of the Holy House is site No 2, according to TripAdvisor (in my opinion it should be definitely in 1st position ) and therefore I highly recommend you visit Loreto and its Basilica, even if you have just a single day in Marche. You do not need to be a believer or a Christian in order to appreciate the magnificence and uniqueness of this place. No matter if you are simply an art lover or a curious tourist who would like to expand his culture, the Holy House of Loreto will be worth visiting!

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