Home exchange: Marina Romea - Alberto's home - Provincia Di Ravenna/Italy - GuestToGuest
This home is

Little house on the Prairie: there is a garden, space and nature

What your guests will love about your home
This is our second home in a very nice beach area . We use to spend there our weekends during the summer . The beach is nice,ther's a large pinewood . We've got a beach umbrella, two beach lounger and a cabin reserved all summer long at Sole luna lido beach bar and restaurant a short ride by bicycle from our house. The house is also provided with 4 bicycles, two of them with baby seats and a baby bicycle ( 5 to 10 y.o. kid)
What your guests will love about your neighborhood

It's a nice cottage 5 minutes walk from the beach.
Marina Romea is a very quite location, close to Ravenna .
You can relax under a pine tree and watch the flamingos in the nearby lagoon.
Marina Romea is ten minutes drive from Ravenna.
Ravenna is a treasure chest of art, history and culture, a city with ancient origins and a glorious past. From the beginning of the 5th century, the city has been the capital of the declining Western Roman Empire (AD 402-403), of Theodoric’s reign (AD 493-526) and of the Byzantine Empire (AD 553-751).

The richest heritage of mosaics in the world, preserved in the basilicas and baptisteries of the city, is a clear evidence of that extraordinary period. For their universal value and the uniqueness of their mosaics, eight monuments of Ravenna have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, namely Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, Neonian Baptistery, Arian Baptistery, Basilica of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo, Chapel of Sant'Andrea or Archiepiscopal Chapel, Mausoleum of Theoderic, Basilica of San Vitale and Basilica of Sant'Apollinare in Classe. Besides the UNESCO monuments, other interesting artistic and archaeological sites such as the Domus of the Stone Carpets and the Area del Parco Archeologico di Classe (Classe Archaelogical Site) make a valuable contribution to the reconstruction of the history of Ravenna.

During the declining period of the Latin civilization, Ravenna undoubtedly represented the most important political and cultural centre of the Western world. Traces of more recent times from the Middle Ages to the contemporary age can be equally found in the city. Some of the most celebrated monuments of these periods are the Tomb of Poet Dante Alighieri, the Brancaleone Fortress (Rocca Brancaleone), the Classense Library (Biblioteca Classense), the Municipal Tower (Torre Civica), as well as the monumental gates of the city.

The cultural offer of Ravenna is abundant and varied. Its wide network of museums and collections includes the MAR - Ravenna Art Museum, regularly organizing high-profile exhibitions and hosting a number of permanent collections; the National Museum, exhibiting a variety of collections and findings from excavations of Roman and Byzantine remains; the Archiepiscopal Museum hosting the Chapel of Sant’Andrea (belonging to the UNESCO Heritage); Tamo Museum. All the adventure of the mosaic, a permanent, interactive and multimedia exhibition dedicated to the art of mosaic in all its aspects, from the Antiquity up to the present; Dante Museum houings relics related to the cult and fame of the poet and finally the Risorgimento Museum, that bears witness to the followers of Mazzini and Garibaldi in Ravenna.

The great variety of landscapes surrounding Ravenna ranges from farmlands with fruit groves, marshes and canals flanked by typical fishing nets to centuries-old pinewoods overlooking sandy, well-equipped beaches. Nine unique seaside resorts stretch along its 30-km long coastline. Its beaches offer a wide range of facilities and leisure activities, such as games, sports and fitness, walks and rides, amusement parks (e.g. Mirabilandia), as well as sunshine, relax and culinary delights.
Finally, nature lovers and hikers will enjoy walking through the oasis of Punte Alberete and its quiet flooded forests sheltering rare bird species, as well as visiting the NatuRa Museum of Sant’Alberto, that borders on the Comacchio Valleys, and the ancient pinewood of San Vitale and Classe, which is part of the nature reserve of the Po Delta Park.

Additional information
  • 2 double
  • 0 single
  • 0 children
  • 0 baby
Put-up beds
  • 2 double
  • 0 single
  • 0 children
  • 0 baby
  • Garden
  • Swimming pool
  • BBQ
  • Playground
  • Tennis court
  • Ping-pong table
  • Balcony / terrace
  • TV
  • Computer
  • Internet
  • WiFi
  • Home cinema
  • Satellite / cable
  • Phone
  • Video game console
  • Disabled access
  • Baby gear
  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Microwave oven
  • Freezer
  • Oven
  • Fridge
  • Bathtub
  • Heating system
  • A/C
  • Elevator
  • Parking space
  • Piano
  • Jacuzzi
  • Sauna
  • Fireplace
  • Gym
  • Pool table
Home rules
  • Smokers welcome
  • Pets welcome
  • Children welcome
  • Dog to feed
  • Cat to feed
  • Plants to water
Available vehicles
  • Car
  • Bicycle
  • Motor scooter
  • Motorcycle
  • Motorboat
  • Sailboat
  • Doorman
  • Cleaning person
  • Baby-sitter
  • Cook
  • Guide


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  • Type House
  • Residence Primary
  • Sleeps 8
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Size 100 m²
  • Deposit 1000 €
  • Insurance Required
  • Home's id #296821