Fantastic house with terrace 25 meters from the sea
The apartment is located in Formia in a private and guarded park, with private direct access to the beach.
It is totally renovated and has a pleasant bioethanol fireplace, with an independent entrance.
● It is a three-room apartment of 70 square meters. located on the ground floor, beach level, the full kitchen is equipped with stove, microwave oven, refrigerator, moka, and is equipped with dishes and cookware.
● There are 2 sleeping areas, one double and another with a double sofa bed an additional single bed is present in the tavern.
● The living area has a sofa and a flat-screen TV, including Netflix and Amazon Prime services.
● The bathroom has a shower, toilet, bidet and washing machine.
● The terrace is equipped with outdoor chairs and table and a comfortable grill.
● The use of the Terrazzo area equipped with outdoor loungers and armchairs is foreseen. Included in the price towels and bed linen available on arrival.....
IN THE CITY OF FORMIA YOU CAN VISIT:
- The Cisternone, or a large cistern of the Roman imperial era, recently restored and open to the public, is proudly displayed in the heart of the village. It is a monumental hydraulic work buried in the Arce, with so sturdy and imposing walls to support houses and alleys above. The second largest in Italy, it can now be visited after 22 centuries in which it had become a mass of debris. Very suggestive, it is also called underground basilica.
- On the ruins of the Roman theater of the Augustan age of the 1st century BC, a house was built in the seventeenth century where today there are private homes. The place, very suggestive, is where, according to popular legend, martyrdom was perpetrated, during the ferocious Christian persecutions, suffered by the bishop (and then saint) Erasmus, on 2 June 303 AD. A picturesque crib is set up during the Christmas period.
- Tomb of Cicerone, a monumental mausoleum of the imperial age commonly known as "Tomba di Cicerone". The proximity to the site where the tradition places the sumptuous villa that the speaker frequently lived in, the historical sources that refer to his assassination near this and the size of the building, certainly built to accommodate the remains of a man illustrious, they reasonably assume that it is precisely the funeral monument of the harpinate. On the nearby hill, a smaller sepulcher is, by tradition, considered the tomb of the daughter Tulliola. However, while it is known with certainty that the mortal remains of Cicero do not lie in Formia, but in Rome, it is known that the remains of her daughter are actually found in the mausoleum dedicated to her. Can be visited by appointment by calling the National Archaeological Museum of Formia
- The area in which the Mausoleum of Tulliola is located takes the name of Acervara with reference to its own girl (acerbam because she died very young and ara to indicate the actual place.)
- Muro in opus reticulatum, exedra and hemicycle structure of probable aristocratic residence of the I-II century AD at the end of the Vindicio pine forest
- Roman port of Caposele at the end of the Vindicio seafront
- Roman Theater in Castellone
- Torricella sepulcher on the Via Appia near the area of San Pietro where there was also the homonymous church which in a document of 1002 is already said destroyed. Also in the area, the Miramare hotel restaurant, former royal villa of the Savoys built on the ruins of a Roman one
- Remains of the Roman amphitheater from the 1st century AD of the Claudian age, under the square of the railway station being excavated and behind Via Lavanga
- Roman Fountain on the Via Appia
- Roman Fountain of San Remigio; on the Via Appia, in the direction of Itri / Rome, a Roman fountain is in a good state of preservation. Leaning against a sturdy wall of limestone blocks, it is about seven meters long and one and a half wide. He had a water supply tank in the back. The water came out of two anthropomorphic masks, depicting the sun and the moon. One of them still shows traces. Also visible is a section paved in basalt of the ancient Via Appia. The monument is unique in the peninsula.
- Criptoportici and Roman villa of the 1st century BC under the municipal villa, used as
warehouses connected with the opposite peschiera, (visible during the low tide of the afternoon) that served as a fish farm. Today they are used for exhibitions and shows.
- Remains of the Roman aqueduct I-II century BC near the church of San Giovanni Battista.
- Roman remains at number 360 of Via Vitruvio a short distance from Piazza Mattej, a former Roman forum, where many of the exhibits exhibited today in the museum were found.
- The Mamurra villa on the Gianola promontory, where it is possible to admire the remains of an octagonal building (being excavated), 2 Roman cisterns (the Cisterna Maggiore and the Cistern of the 36 columns), a covered staircase (known as grotta della janara), remains of thermal environments and a swimming pool for fish farming (Gianola harbor).
and much more is waiting for you around Formia ......
Formia, Lacij, Italija