Villa located immediately in front of the beach of San Terenzo, was built in the sixteenth century as a monastery of the fathers Barnabites.
Became a private residence was converted into a holiday home, known for hosting Percy Bysshe Shelley and his wife Marry Shelley.
The villa has a side entrance driveway with the possibility to park two or three cars and a pedestrian by a porch that leads into a large entrance hall which comes in a beautiful garden at the back, very shady.
Side of the entrance there is an outbuilding with a living room with kitchenette, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
In the entrance you climb up a stair and you get to the main apartment, composed by a living room with fireplace overlooking a large terrace facing the sea, like the two double bedrooms, a kitchen with a large terrace with a view of the sea, a big private bathroom and a suite with a living room, loft with bedroom and bathroom.