Overlooking the town piazza of Grottammare Alta, Casa Pazzi is an eighteenth century aristocratic residence transformed by architect Roberto Pazzi into a charming luxury holiday residence with a view over one of the most beautiful coastlines in Italy.
The young architect has created four apartments and one separate room, each furnished in a different way, and using both the old terracotta tiles and Mediterranean stone, while the bathrooms are finished with glazed terracotta tiles in pastel shades and painted Vietresi ceramic tiles.
One of the charms of the furnishings is the contrast between the antique furniture and the modern artistic interpretations, such as the painted bedheads by a renowned Mexican artist which match the beautiful designs on the fabrics decorating the rooms: the care for detail is revealed in the choice of fabrics and of old and modern works of art. Comfort is guaranteed, with satellite TV, ADSL internet connections and air conditioning.
Whether single storey or duplex, overlooking the garden or the terrace, all the apartments in Casa Pazzi share the same magnificent view over the sea.
As for everything else – it is simply a matter of taste.
But the most surprising feature of the building are the two terraced gardens created on the ancient walls, shaded by age-old orange trees, palms, prickly pears and arbutus.
A number of celebrities have stayed in the peace and quiet of Casa Pazzi, including singer- songwriters Vinicio Capossela and Caetano Veloso, actress Vanessa Gravina and artist Lisa Schneider.
Grottammare, where the sea is a deeper shade of blue
Clean water, fine sand, pines, palms and orange trees: Grottammare, in the province of Ascoli Piceno, is one of the most beautiful seaside resorts in the Marche. Every year since 1999, its crystal clear waters have been awarded the Blue Flag, the prestigious recognition conferred by the European Union on municipalities with excellent sea water quality, well-maintained town facilities, full operation of purification systems and high quality tourist services. In 2005 Grottammare was also awarded the four sails by Legambiente (the Italian environmental association). But that is not all. The town is not simply a popular seaside resort. The old town, which rises up 126 metres above sea level, is a small architectural jewel, with magnificent buildings and historical churches. From the loggias in the piazza named after Felice Peretti (who came from Grottammare and went on to become Pope Sixtus V), visitors can enjoy a beautiful view of the Adriatic coast.
Location & Access
Via sotto Le Mura 5
- Ascoli Piceno
- Nearby cities
76.88 kms away from Ancona 29.31 kms away from Ascoli Piceno 47.85 kms away from Macerata
- Falconara (intl) 76.88 kms
Rooms & Rates
|Rates / Seasons||Low||Med||High||Very high|
|Single occupancy||120 € to 240 €||130 € to 260 €||150 € to 280 €||150 € to 280 €|
|Double occupancy||120 € to 240 €||130 € to 260 €||150 € to 280 €||150 € to 280 €|
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