Small jewels in the Gradara historic center Housing B&B €130 - €160

  • 200 m²
  • 15 people
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 10 beds
  • 4 baths


Have you ever dreamed of sleeping inside the walls of a medieval castle?

In the splendid medieval village of Gradara, still girt by its Fourteenth Century walls, there are two historic accommodations that allow you to realize this dream!


You can live and work in the historic center of the medieval village of Gradara, thanks to these two comfortable accommodations:

  • La Pulcia B&b
  • Rubini Uno

La Pulcia Bed and Breakfast is located in a detached villa in the center of Gradara and a few steps away from the Rocca. The house, surrounded by a garden and a large oak tree, has private enclosed parking. The property comprises three large and bright rooms with shabby chic furniture that recreate the homely atmosphere in the heart of the old town.

Rubini Uno Guest House is located in a historic building in the village of Gradara. It’s situated within the city walls, about 50 meters from the entrance of the fortress. The rooms, very large, are equipped with all comforts. You can easily access the accommodation and immerse yourself in the authentic local life.


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Gradara is a village with an important history and a wonderful position between Marche and Romagna. The village lies on the hill, with the sea on the horizon and the castle dominating the view. The village is a place rich in history and legends, a characteristic place where everyone can breathe the tradition of the region in small shops and historic taverns.

The historic center is enclosed by a wall about 700 meters long. The beautiful Castle of Gradara is a prominent feature of the village and is crossed by the streets that were the setting for the love story of Paolo and Francesca.

Gradara resides in the immediate hinterland and overlooks the beautiful Marche-Romagna Riviera. A land rich in flavors, traditions and surprises!

The castle of Gradara is on the top of the village: it was the place where the unfortunate love of Paolo and Francesca was consumed, as recounted by Dante Alighieri in the Divine Comedy!



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