Torre Da Bora is a panoramic tower, which dates back to the XIV century, with a breathtaking 360 degrees view over the Sibillini mountains, Laga Mountains and the Adriatic Sea. The tower is located in the medieval village of Magliano di Tenna, a few kms away from the Adriatic coast and from the city of Fermo.
The venue has been so finely restored to be mentioned by the Italian Castles association. In particular, in 2002 the Italian Institute of Castles, on the recommendation of Le Marche Section, has decided to confer to the Torre da Bora the Institute’s Recognition Plaque as the best restoration of fortified works in Italy.
The venue, including the Torre Da Bora and portion of the ancient castle of Magliano, is composed as follows:
at the first floor, accessible through a staircase, there are an internal well, a cellar, a living room and a kitchen with a balcony overlooking the Sibillini mountains, a bathroom; the second floor features a double bedroom with bathroom, two closets with wardrobe and a connecting room with fireplace; on the third floor there is a study inside the tower, a dining room, another kitchen, another living room, a second double bedroom with bathroom (with bathtub and shower with turkish bath); at the fourth floor, still inside the tower, there are a large living room and a stairway which leads to the panoramic terrace to the top of the tower.