Where we are
Villa Rosa is the hamlet of Martinsicuro town. It is a small sea resort placed by the Medium Adriatic Sea and in the boundary area between Marche and Abruzzi. It is the perfect location for a relaxing family holiday.
Its sandy beach that gradually creeps into the sea and the quietness of the village create a welcoming and friendly atmosphere.
Palms, pines trees and rosebay flank a long and charming promenade with sandy beaches and shoals.
How to get here
Coming from the north: take the motorway A14 and exit at San Benedetto del Tronto. Then take the S.S.16 towards Pescara (Km 5) and follow our traffic signs.
Coming from the south: take the motorway A14 and exit at Val Vibrata, then take the S.S.16 towards Ancona (Km 2).
From Rome: take the motorway A24 Roma-L’Aquila-Teramo, at the fork with the motorway A14, take it in the direction of Ancona and then exit at Val Vibrata. Take the S.S.16 towards Ancona (Km 2) and follow our traffic signs.
From San Benedetto del Tronto station, take a taxi (Km 10).
From Alba Adriatica station, take a taxi (Km 2).
Pescara Airport is at 60 Km southbound
Falconara-Ancona Airport is at 110 Km northbound.
Villa Rosa is the perfect place if you look for a holiday surrounded by nature and fun, enjoying walks on the beach and bike rides among palm trees, oleanders and tamarisks. Beach, entertainment, sports, wine, food and relaxation in a pristine environment with many nuances: the blue sea, the green hills and the yellow sand. The “coastal biotopes”: stretches of pristine and protected beach as an alternative model of sustainable tourism that offer a genuine contact with nature.
The stretch of coast between Villa Rosa and Martinsicuro is of great naturalistic interest. In 1988, a protected area was created to protect the dune flora species, combining the respect for nature with the tourist use of the beach. The scenario is of a wild nature close to the sea, characterized by sand dunes, reeds and a 40 native plant species, once widespread throughout the Adriatic. The Coastal Biotope in Martinsicuro. In ecology, a “biotope” is a limited size area with its own specific ecosystem that ensures the protection of “psammophilous” plans meaning “friends of the sand” because they can survive in dry areas that are rich in salt.
The cycling and pedestrian track links northbound Villarosa with Martinsicuro. While southbound, thanks to the beautiful wood bridges that cross the rivers, it is possible to reach other towns such as Alba Adriatica, Tortoreto, Giulianova and Cologna. The route is approximately 30 km long. The track is bordered by palm trees, tamarisks, pine trees and rosebays and runs parallel to the sea, giving wonderful views. This track is part of a project launched by Abruzzi Region and called “Corridoio Verde dell’Adriatico” (Green aisle of the Adriatic Sea). It was wonderfully designed with the purpose of connecting all the Abruzzi’s seaside towns for a total of 140 Km.