Gorgeous elegantly furnished penthouse in the historic center of San Felice Circeo. From the two terraces and two balconies you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Gulf of Gaeta and the Pontine coast. Both terraces are equipped with tables and chair
The House of Circe has a large living room with dining area and fireplace, two comfortable bedrooms, one bedroom with two single beds, a large kitchen and two full bathrooms. The living room has a terrace level from which, by means of a ladder, you can access to the terrace above with a large canopy under which you can eat.
The house is accessed with two entrances.
The town of San Felice Circeo has a long history that begins with the Neanderthals. It is thought that the Circeo promontory was a port railway Phoenicians, a people who settled in the Greek colonies in Sicily. It was precisely the Phocians to locate the Circeo the story of the Odyssey of Ulysses and Circe. The Greeks began to tell and bring various legends related to the Circeo and Ulysses, Circe and their children.
Over the centuries, the Circeo is a Roman colony, possession of the Knights Templar in the Middle Ages, and, finally, a fief of the Caetani papal stronghold.
In 1939, Professor Alberto Carlo Blanc in the Cave Guattari open to tourists discovered the remains of Neanderthal man .
From the village of San Felice is able to do some hiking.
From the back of the village you can take a comfortable scenic road that leads, from Faro, until the end of the promontory of Circeo. The road also leads to the famous Cave of the Goats, easily reachable on foot. Also to see the Blue Grotto, accessible from the sea.
Beyond the Lighthouse solitude is almost complete. We are under the peak of Circe, the peak that rises toward the sun in the ruins of the temple dedicated to the sorceress Circe, reached via a route-trekking.
You can also visit the Acropolis with a path, more comfortable to just 3 km, both on foot and by car, which always starts from the country. From this road, after three turns, you can enjoy a breathtaking view that encompasses the dune, the four coastal lakes and the city of Sabaudia. Once the Acropolis, which was the last bastion.
No smoking and no pets are allowed.