The depandance is part of a cozy family-run B&B 1 km far from the historic center. The B&B is surrounded by an outside patio and a well-kept garden. Every morning the host will prepare you a fresh home-made breakfast, a good start for your working day!
The depandance has been recently renovated and it’s decorated in modern style and wooden forniture.
It is developed in two floor and it includes a large double bed, private bathroom with shower and an outside terrace surrounded by nature.
The accomodation is equipped with heating, air conditioning, LED TV and a desk where you can work.
You can reach the historic centre and the co-working easily on foot or you can ask the host about renting bikes to explore the surroundings.
San Felice Circeo is a small village with century-old origins set within the Circeo National Park and stands on a natural platform about 100 meters above sea level.
It is one of the classic seaside villages with breathtaking views and the Mediterranean scent that you breathe in its alleys full of white houses. The town of San Felice Circeo has an ancient history that begins with Neanderthals. Over the centuries the Circeo was then a Roman colony, a possession of the Templars during the Middle Ages, and, finally, a papal stronghold. Among the streets of San Felice Circeo there is also mystery, myth and legend in fact one of these tells that right here, Ulysses (Odyssey) was seduced by the sorceress Circe.
San Felice Circeo is an interesting destination to spend your workation at all times of the year. There are in fact archeology, many possibilities for hikers and all the beauty of the National Park to which it belongs: coastal lakes, coastal dunes, lowland forest and the wonders of the promontory.
Explore the medieval alleys, sip a glass of Circeo wine at the Central Bar and enjoy the view from the Belvedere and from the Parco di Vigna la Corte.
The co-working spaces are two and they are located in the historic center.
Getting around the area
San Felice Circeo is located about 100 km from Naples and Rome and is very easy to reach by car. From Rome you go along the Pontina road which in the absence of traffic takes just over an hour. From Naples you take the panoramic road that goes to Formia, Gaeta and Sperlonga, which can be very slow and busy in the high season. Alternatively, there is the motorway (the closest exit is Frosinone). San Felice Circeo can also be reached by train (Rome-Naples line, Priverno-Fossanova station). Trains run on an hourly basis. The Priverno-Fossanova station is well connected to San Felice Circeo with the buses of the CO.TRA.L company
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