The surroundings of Senigallia are a real treasure to be discovered by the natural landscapes to the art cities, medieval villages and parks all within reach.

Numerous city Marche who maintain a medieval landscape almost intact as to create evocative atmospheres and dips in the past. For all fans point out some villages not to be missed:

Small medieval village near Senigallia that kept the defensive city walls intact. Little jewel nestled in the hills, common award-winning Green Flag for Agriculture, Orange Flag of the Touring Club and as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.

Ostra Vetere
Ostra Vetere, anciently called Montenovo from the Middle Ages to 1882, is a town about 21 km from Senigallia in the Marche hills, 252 meters above sea level. Its singular panorama in the countryside.

The Frasassi caves are one of the most beautiful cave complexes in Europe. Located at the City of Genga, are unmissable tourist destination is just for the underground and for the natural resources, environmental, artistic, cultural area.

It is one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations Catholic religious. In Loreto it is in fact the Shrine of the Holy House of Loreto, in fact, the Basilica was built around the Holy House where Mary received the announcement of the birth of Jesus.

Urbino is situated between the valleys of the rivers Metauro and Foglia, on two hills 451 meters above sea level, from where you can enjoy a vast panorama that embraces green hills and majestic mountains. The old town was declared a heritage of Unesco.

Castelleone di Suasa
Guided tours of the Archaeological Park of the Roman city of Suasa and museums of the Valleys of the Misa and Cesano.

The walls surrounding the center have passages which allow visitors to enjoy travels, especially on summer evenings, an atmosphere and a really beautiful landscape. I Malatesta, who settled there around 1260, built the fortress that still can be visited; in the Chapel of the building houses a "Madonna and Saints", glazed earthenware by Andrea della Robbia. The fame of Gradara is however undeniably linked to Dante's poem and to "convict was the book and he who wrote," which began with the rousing story of love and death of the two lovers Paolo and Francesca.
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