Around la Meriggia

Around La Meriggia there are many hotspots to visit such as monuments, buildings, mediaeval castles, churches, museums, gardens, adventure and water park! Discover them all!

Genga - Frasassi caves

A unique place

The caves of Frasassi are karstic subterranean caves in the territory of Genga, in the province of Ancona. They are located in the natural park of Gola della Rossa and Frasassi.


One of the most beautiful villages in Italy

Corinaldo is a picturesque village in the suggestive countryside of the hinterland of Senigallia, situated on the top of a hill on the left side of the Nevola river. It is among the most beautiful villages in Italy.

San Bartolo

Natural park

Between the hills and the sea The San Bartolo Natural Park stretches from Pesaro to Gabicce Mare and it is well known for its high biodiversity and the amenity of the hilly landscape.
The overhanging cliffs hide fish fossils and rare gypsum crystals.

Bay of Portonovo

Stunning views

Portonovo beach Portonovo is also known as the “baia verde” (green bay) thanks to its location surrounded by the green of the Conero Regional Park and away from busy roads. A true oasis of pleasure, where the dazzling blue of the sea meets the majestic green of nature.


The velvet beach

Senigallia is one of the main cities along the Adriatic coast known for seaside tourism. Its territory is mostly flat and surrounded by hills facing the sea. Its urban structure of the present day historic centre traces the Roman layout.

Castelli di Arcevia

The 9 castles

Arcevia is a noble town which rises on a ridge in the Apennine foothills. It is known for its castles and the massive defensive walls.


Cingoli is located on the summit of Mount Circe, 631 metres above sea level. It is called the “Balcony of the Marche” because of its panoramic position on the Marche region

Mount Catria

The Apennine area of Monte Catria offers good possibilities for skiing for most of the year in the heart of the Apennine foothills and not far from the towns of Cagli, Pergola, Sassoferrato and Gubbio.


Urbino is one of the most important centres of the Italian Renaissance, still preserving full advantage of the architectural heritage. Since 1998 its historic centre has been included in the UNESCO world heritage. It hosts one of the oldests and most important universities in Europe, founded in 1506.


Pesaro is an attractive seaside tourist destination overlooking the Adriatic sea and situated among two hills on the seaside: Mount Ardizio and San Bartolo.

Morro d'Alba

Morro d’Alba is a small hilltop town of mediaeval origin that is set between Senigallia and Kesi, 200 metres above the sea level. The village still retains many of its architectural elements suchs as a patrol walkway, covered and flanked by arches and houses.


Mondavio lies on a hill 280 metres above sea level, between the valleys of the Metauro and Cesano river. Its historical centre is one of the best preserved in the region.


Gradara is mostly known for its beautiful fortress and for the events that happened in its castle, dominated by many famous families such as Malatesta, Sforza, Della Rovere and for the tragic love story between Paolo and Francesca.


Recanati is the typical town famous for its balcony on a stunning view, in the middle of the Marche Region, between the coast and the countryside. The famous poet Giacomo Leopardi and the lyric singer Beniamino Gigli were born here.


Loreto is one of the most famous sites of Christian pilgrimage known as the Sanctuary of Loreto. The village is developed around the main church which hosts the reliquary of the Holy House of Nazareth.

Acquafan Riccione


Italia in miniatura


Verde Azzurro Park Cingoli

Adventure Park Cingoli