Villa Carlo Boccolini is an efficient and prestigious complex which maintains unchanged that charm that only mansions rich in history possess. The quality and the refinement of the rooms, the welcoming and the hospitality, make Villa Carlo Boccolini a multipurpose structure which is able to understand the companies needs and to this effect it offers spaces full of “appeal” and originality, offering an ideal setting to the creative proposal, in order to ensure that every meeting becomes a unique event. An answer to the most diverse requirements, ranging from congresses to business meetings, seminars, fashion shows, courses, exhibitions, cultural occasions and tastings, here brilliantly meet quality, technology, originality, professionality, functionality and elegance. All this is Villa Carlo Boccolini, the ideal solution to a special event, the right space to welcome your ideas.


In the heart of the coastline of the Marches area, on the slopes of Mount Conero, it overlooks the azure Adriatic Sea, offering an enchanting glimpse of Sirolo and creating a rare and fascinating experience. It is the ideal destination for those in search of a charming corner and of an extraordinary place to realize their dreams.


Immersed in the Conero Park, embellished by an incomparable landscape, Villa Carlo Boccolini presents itself with the accuracy of the surrounding park, where a botanical walk rich in small spaces with picturesque views, discloses behind a delightful cavea full of a suggestive atmosphere.
The park, full of centuries-old plants, awaits you in order to immortalize your unforgettable moments while being immersed in the tranquility and exclusivity of this place and his surrounding landscape.


The initial structure goes back to the first years of the seventeenth century , the building embodied a farm structure belonging to the Camaldolesian monks. The biggest room in the Villa still preserves the old stone floor and it’s covered by a big barrel vault made of brick masonry with more heads; here you can still find a range of equipment for processing olives: a big millstone made of siliceous stone and some wooden presses for the olives.