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Where we are


The farm holiday TERRE VINEATE is located in Montalto Marche in the Ascoli Piceno area. Sitting in the heart of Italy – between the Adriatic coastline and Apennine mountains – it offers many tourist attractions during both summer and winter holidays. The Adriatic coastline can be easily reached in only 20 minutes, just like the Sibillini mountains with their parks, hiking trails and ski slopes and schools.

The province capital of Ascoli Piceno and the town of Fermo can be reached in less than half an hour. You can also reach the coastline in twenty minutes through the Val d’Aso which boasts a feast for the eyes during Easter and Pentecost periods when all of the apple-peach-and cherry trees are in full blossom, being one of the major fruit production areas in the centre of Italy.

Agriturismo Terre Vineate- Contrada Sant’Alberto 8 – 63068 Montalto delle Marche (AP)
GPS Coordinates long : N 42°59.099′  E 013°36.822






  • Ascoli Piceno – 33 Km
  • Fermo – 32 Km
  • Grottammare – 25 Km
  • Assisi – 135 Km
  • Perugia – 153 Km
  • Roma – 245 Km
  • Milano – 523 Km

Agriturismo Terre Vineate

How to reach

By car

Coming from the north :

  • – Autostrada “Adriatica” A14 (Motorway A14) junction Pedaso
  • – follow the signposts to Montalto Marche
  • – off the town centre follow the signposts to Cossignano
  • – the farmhouse can be found at 2 km further down.

From the South :

  • – Autostrada “Adriatica” A14 (Motorway A14) junction Grottamare
  • – follow the signposts to Montalto Marche
  • The farmhouse is 2 km away from the town centre.

By train

Trenitalia train timetable 
Timetables trains from abroad

  • Railway station of Pedaso 29 km
  • Contact us for a ride by the in Montalto Marche Station
  • Please contact us for any car rental

By plane


  • Airport Ancona Falconara  72 km
  • Airport Pescara Liberi 78 km

Montalto delle Marche

Montalto delle Marche, located at a height of about 512 m a.s.l., in the sixteenth century became an Episcopal seat ruling over the territory between the rivers Aso and Tesino. And this happened thanks to a Pope born locally and later named Pope Sisto V.

The most important building is the Palace of Preside dating back to 1586, starting date of its construction and was completed at a later stage in the eighteenth century. Today it hosts the council house, a picture gallery, an archaeological collection, a prison museum and an ethnographic arrangement. This palace is in the upper part of the town in Piazza Umberto I where there are also the baroque church of San Niccolo’ (1647), the eighteenth-century library hosting also the Historical Archive, and the sixteenth-century Casa Orlandi, residence of the pope Sisto V. In the area there are Palace Sacconi with an ostentatious neo-gothic façade and the sixteenth-century palaces Massi Mauri and Paradisi. From the Marina Gate you can reach the lower part of the town which was completely renovated according to the city plan rules of Sisto. There you can visit the cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, with the lower church dating back to the late sixteenth-century and the upper church which was built during the seventeenth century and boasts a high nineteenth-century porch with a balcony in front of its façade. To the front in piazza Sisto V there is the former Seminario Vescovile (Episcopal Seminary) (1825) which now hosts an important collection of sacred art including the thirteenth-century Crucifix of Umbrian school and the very precious Reliquary of Montalto, a masterpiece of fourteenth-century Parisian goldsmith art, a donation by Pope Sisto to the cathedral.