Wide and sandy beaches supported by fertile hills dotted with castles. Fortresses and medieval villages alternate with cities of art and marinas.
Urbino, a city of art and university, a UNESCO world heritage site, houses the monumental Palazzo Ducale, the National Gallery of the Marche and the birthplace of Raphael.
Pesaro, Rossini’s birthplace and famous for the Rossini Opera festival. Ceramics museums and beaches with a mild climate. Fano, a Roman city with Augustean walls, with both a fishing and a tourist port, welcomes the famous carnival of the same name every year. La Gola del Furlo, a state nature reserve where you can still see eagles and several species of protected birds of prey.
And many other smaller towns rich in history, festivals and events where the excellence of the territory is presented. Sant’Ippolito, the town of stonemasons, offers the artistic manifestation Scolpire in piazza. We certainly recommend a trip to Fossombrone, a town of Roman origins crossed by the ancient Flaminia road and dominated by the green hills of the Bosco delle Cesane. The truffle festival of Acqualagna is not to be missed, the prized oil of Cartoceto much less and many other events rich in history and culture await you by visiting these territories.