Agriturismo Corte Ambrosi
Agriturismo Corte Ambrosi was created when the owners of a traditional nectarine peach farm decided to renovate the family home. Located in S. Lucia, a tiny village in the Pescatina district of Valpolicella, the agriturismo lies very close to the Aquardens thermal park and the Biffis bike path, as well as the Gargagnago wellness trail. It is the ideal base for peace and tranquillity, or for exploring some of the most famous attractions of the area, whether you seek culture, nature or leisure.
- Distance from Aquardens: 200 metres
Just few metres from the hotel, Aquardens it is the largest thermal complex in Italy with its 60,000sqm, open all year in the splendid setting of Valpolicella. It has 11 indoor and outdoor baths, lagoons, grottos and waterfalls fed with salsa-bromo-iodic water at temperatures from 28° to 37°, with beneficial effects for adults and children alike. The structure is divided into the Spa Lounge area with its steam baths, saunas and relaxation areas, the Ritual Sauna, with its wellness rituals, the Aquadivina area with beautician and remise en forme services, as well as two Private Suites for couples to relax and enjoy sauna, steam bath, whirlpool baths and massage parlour, plus an area dedicated to kids. Aquardens also has several restaurant points, and in summer, there are two large lakes of fresh thermal water and a Beach Oasis with white sand, gazebo and umbrellas. At the structure there is also a Medical Centre offering consultations on preventative and rehabilitative thermal medicine, plus dermatology, endocrinology, sports medicine, nutritional science and rheumatology.
The Corte Ambrosi agriturismo has 10 double rooms, including 1 equipped to welcome disabled guests. Each room is named after a fruit or a herb and has air conditioning, heating, satellite TV, safe, minbar and Wi-Fi, (rooms named after fruits also have a generous terrace).
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Being so close to the city of Verona (just 12 km away), don’t miss this Unesco world heritage site. One of Italy’s finest attractions, with monuments like the Arena, a roman amphitheatre that hosts a famed lyrical opera season. For Shakespeare lovers there is Juliet’s balcony, and other sites of historical or cultural interest include the main square Piazza Erbe, the San Zeno basilica and the Palazzo del Podestà (palace of the chief magistrate). Also nearby are Lake Garda, San Giorgio di Valpolicella (considered one of the loveliest ancient villages in Italy), the Salette Sanctuary, and the Cascate di Molina waterfall. Fans of food&wine tourism must visit the many wineries scattered about the Valpolicella region, while kids will enjoy the theme parks like Gardaland, CanevaWorld, Parco Natura Viva and Jungle Adventure.
Number of rooms accessible for persons with disabilities : 1