IL TIGLIO - Restaurant and Apartments with outdoor pool

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Il Tiglio - Apartments for vacation with pool

The beautiful scenery offered by the Sibillini Mountains will be the backdrop to your stay in the village of Isola San Biagio and your stay will be unforgettable. The apartments (with kitchen) are for 2, 4, 6 or 8 people and are fully autonomous. "Il Tiglio" or "The Linden Tree" is an agriturismo (holiday centre providing local produce) which also has an outdoor pool. It consists of 6 self contained apartments and can accommodate up to a maximum of 30 people. In addition to offering comfortable accommodation for relaxing holidays in contact with nature, "Il Tiglio" is also a restaurant, open all year, where you can taste typical local dishes, mountain cuisine and traditional home produced dishes. "Il Tiglio" takes its name from the very large tree which stands to the front of the agriturismo. It's estimated to be around 400 years old and about 20 meters high, with a circumference of the trunk as much as 4 metres. It tells of our history and territory and brings in the sign of the inexorable passage of time.

'll Tiglio" is located 4km from Montemonaco where you can find a variety of services (ATM, pharmacy, supermarket, taxi's and other shops).
Every apartment has a kitchenette complete with crockery and refrigerator, living room with TV, bedroom and a bathroom.
There is a playground for children and it is also possible to rent mountain bikes for excursions in the beautiful National Park of the Sibillini Mountains.
Small dogs are allowed.
There is free private parking.

Farm "Il Tiglio"

The owners grow vegetables and raise and produce meat, sausages and cheese, all of which are offered in the restaurant. It is possible to buy cheese and milk, honey and seasonal items such as potatoes, chestnuts and walnuts.


Isola San Biagio is a small village in the municipality of Montemonaco. Located at the foot of Mount Sibilla, it is the ideal base to immerse oneself in fantastic and beautiful scenery. Mount Sibilla is a mountain (2173 m) of the Apennine Mountain range. It takes its name from a mythical inhabitant, Sibyl, who lived in a cave, of the same name, which is situated near the top of the mountain. Currently the entrance is blocked by a landslide. Andrea da Barberino, with the publication of his book The Guerrin Meschino, contributed to the populization of the legend of the Sibyl. The Frenchman Antoine de la Sale enriched us with a detailed account of the history, the nature of places and mountains. He compiled a detailed topographic map of the Cave of the Sibyl, which is currently preserved at the National Library in Paris, describing a large space surrounded by seats carved into the rock "intalieux Entour tout".


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