The Mastin Vecchio medieval castle
The Mastin Vecchio is a Medieval structure.
Originally it was a church named "Pieve of St. Sophia", dating from the end of 1200 and located in the heart of the Village of Gradara, just 50m from the Castle.
In 1880 the church was deconsecrated in 1880
After its deconsecration in 1880, the church became the residence of the Archbishop of Pesaro and by the late 50's it became a Restaurant...
In almost sixty years the Mastin Vecchio has been and it continues to be, without any presumption, one of the best restaurants on the Adriatic Riviera and its surroundings.
It is the ideal place both for romantic dinners by candlelight and or an evening with friends, both for business dinners and for a group lunch or a quick snack in the tavern.
Opposite the restaurant, on the charming promenade of lovers, it was recently opened a small shop, where you can find wine and food products in "km 0".
The Charming Dining-rooms and the Great Garden
The structure is surrounded by medieval walls and all dining-rooms are able to accommodate up to 250 seats inside and the same number of places are available in the two outdoor terraces.