We are reporting an atypical and very rare clinical case of nasal angiofibroma in a 60 year-old female who presented with recurrent epistaxis and nasal blockage. The tumour was located on the right inferior turbinate C.T scans., M.R.I. and Angiography were required as complementary studies. After trying without success a previous arterial embolization, the patient underwent surgery by Functional Endoscopic Nasal Surgery (F.E.N.S.) with removal of the mass in the right nasal fossa. The anatomopathologic result confirmed the histology of angiofibroma and the clinical evolution was satisfactory. Angiofibromas in women and in general in adults are exceptional as we have verified through a literature review.