Grottammare is washed by the Adriatic Sea on the East side and it is protected by the gentle hills on the West side. Grottammare is both an enchanting medieval village and a lively sea resort embellished by liberty villas and palm trees along the seafront. The ancient part of the village is perched on a hill 126m above sea level.
Piazza Peretti is characterized by the church of San Giovanni Battista and by Teatro dell’Arancio (end of XVIII century), whose name is given by the name of the tree in the middle of the square. When there, take the alley next to the Osteria dell’Arancio and walk into Via Camilla Peretti.
You will see an ancient palace where the enchanting B&B is set. La Torretta sul Borgo is characterized by a cosy atmosphere and a good quality-price ratio.
Sole, Coccinella, Stella, Luna e Farfalla are the names of the four bedrooms and of the comfortable private apartment. Some of the rooms have a maritime view, the other s characteristic views of the medieval village.