Casa Leopardi opens its rooms

Opens the "noble floor" of the Leopardi house, or the rooms where the family lived, mentioned in the poet's works ("where I lived as a boy"). They were the so-called "Brecce" or the places of intimacy wanted by the poet's father, Count Monaldo, for his teenage children. The rooms, located between two gardens, will be open from 21 March 2020. The new visit itinerary will allow access to the palace's reception halls, the gallery with its art collections, the Garden of Memories, the sitting room and the bedrooms deprived of the poet excluded from domestic use for more than two centuries.
At Casa Leopardi, which has become a museum complex, you can visit the Library, the renovated Leopardi Museum, 'Io nel pensier mi fingo', a virtual journey in its poetic imagery and 'With Silvia's eyes', the spaces inhabited by Teresa Fattorini.
One more reason to come and visit the Marche region, a land of history and culture.

Porto San Giorgio confirms the green flag

Also this year in Porto San Giorgio the green flag will fly.
For the third year in a row, the coastal city has been awarded by the pediatricians of Italy thanks to its clear and low water near the shore, games, lifeguards and lifeboats, ice cream parlors and restaurants.
An increasingly family-friendly country, where tranquility and quality of life make it an ideal destination for a wonderful summer holiday.

Servigliano, city of memory

The anniversary of Holocaust Remembrance Day has just passed. None of us have to forget.
Today we will talk about Servigliano, a splendid village in the Fermano called "the city of memory".
Not everyone knows that for its strategic position and since served by a railway, this small village in the heart of the province of Fermo, in the early twentieth century, saw the construction of a prison camp with perimeter wall and internal barracks that was used during the two world wars, first as a prisoner-gathering camp, later as an internment camp for Jews, and then hosted refugees from the lands of Istria and Dalmatia until 1955.

Today in the original city walls there is an immense green park called "Parco della Pace" equipped with structures for sports and outdoor life. The memories and testimonies that involved the community of Servigliano are now collected and kept in the museum of the "House of Memory" which was born inside the former railway station adjacent to the field.

But Servigliano is also much more.
The small village, which has almost 2300 souls, has obtained the status of "ideal city" for its eighteenth-century canons. The old part of the city is inscribed with a quadrilateral consisting of terraced houses with three entrance doors (Porta Marina, Porta Santo Spirito and Porta Navarra) and a large central square where the collegiate church of S. Marco and the Palazzo Pubblico overlook, whose courtyard houses a centuries-old magnolia. In front of the square, houses and majestic buildings alternate, with gardens and suggestive views.

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Leopardi and the Infinito

The one just finished was an important year for the culture of the Marche region and in particular for Recanati.
The town that gave birth to Giacomo Leopardi, in fact, has been crossed by numerous events and initiatives for the celebration of the 200 years of Infinity.
In the alleys and streets of Recanati the smell of history and culture in which the young poet has refined his art and which has inspired his masterpieces are still very present. You can still visit the artist's birthplace, the places where he grew up and where, as a self-taught, he refined his culture, and the Colle dell 'Infinito, a source of inspiration for his masterpieces.

The Holy House of Loreto

Marche is a land of history, culture and traditions.
Today we will tell you about the history of the Holy House of the Sanctuary of Loreto.

On 9 December an important anniversary is celebrated in Loreto: the feast of the Coming of the Holy House.
It is a historical re-enactment that celebrates transport in the Marian city of the Holy House; in the countryside around the city fires and bonfires are lit and all the bells of the parishes ring in celebration, while the prayer vigil is held in Piazza della Madonna. The climax is at 3 in the morning, the time when the three walls were believed to have landed where they still are.

Even today, the religious tradition of the Fires of the Coming, also perpetrated in the municipalities along the Via Lauretana, is accompanied by the flashes diffused in the countryside that contribute to creating a mystical atmosphere, involving entire families.
It is in fact common practice to put lit lights outside the windows to symbolically indicate the way of the transporting angels, while in the "fogarò" or "fogaroni" men still light fireworks, with the women intent on offering those present grilled wine and meat , reciting the Holy Rosary and singing the Lauretan litanies.

The Translation of the Holy House is celebrated on December 10, but the night before the city is awake precisely for the Coming, or the moment when the miraculous Translation, which took place by angelic hand, meant that the three intact walls of the Holy House of Nazareth (where Jesus and his family lived) arrived on the Lauretan hill. The facts date back to 1296, although the mysterious journey of the Holy House began as early as 1291, contemplating a total of five translations, one of which was in Tersatto (in Croatia) and the others between Ancona and Recanati.

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Marche on Forbes

“Are you looking for authentic Italy? Try the Marche ”. The invitation to tourists comes from none other than Forbes which offers indications on the destinations to visit. Lesser known and more niche places, but equally splendid and evocative.
"With its medieval hilltop towns, lush countryside, abundant cuisine and historical traditions, the Marches can look like they are a region that deserves to be recognized for its history and cultural identity," reads the article.
It is a region that blends culture - with the highest concentration of historical theaters in the world - natural landscapes, excellent food and a relaxed atmosphere.

Marche on the Corriere's guide

The only Italian region to have kept the plural name, the Marches are an expression of a plurality of identity that is also expressed from the landscape point of view, between snow-capped peaks in winter and fine sandy beaches in summer. Fifteen, in 2019, the Blue Flags (including our beautiful beach) which certify the quality of the waters, services and environmental management of as many seaside resorts in the Adriatic region. But the Marche is also an open-air museum, between villages and cities of art that evoke the Renaissance splendor of the region. Cradle of Italian culture and a favorite destination for pilgrims, the Marches are a nerve center of Christian spirituality, thanks to the presence of Loreto, the largest Marian sanctuary in Italy. And then there are two national parks (Monti Sibillini and Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga) and four regional parks.
In short, you have it for all tastes. You just have to come and visit us!

Marche among the most beautiful regions in the world

Another important recognition for our region came from the famous "Lonely Planet" guide, which placed the Marche region, the only Italian, in second place among regions in the world to visit, recommended for a journey of exploration and discovery. of enchanting places.
What struck were the green hills, the endless vineyards, the splendid beaches, the cities of art, the tranquility of the region and the friendliness of the inhabitants.
This is only the last of the important awards received in recent years, in a continuous escalation that is bringing our wonderful region to the fore in the world news.
Well, you just have to come and visit it!

Montefiore dell 'Aso: the painters' hill

On the hilly ridge that protrudes between the valleys of the Aso river and the Menocchia stream is Montefiore dell'Aso, a delightful town in the Piceno area that has become famous for its pictorial views, so much so that it has been included in the circuit of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
In the small village of Montefiore dell'Aso Adolfo De Carolis was born, a protagonist of idealist and symbolist Italian art between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. But not only that: Carlo Crivelli found his ideal environment here and Domenico Cantatore became an honorary citizen. All three artists have left their mark in this small town, enchanted by the enchanting views and precious testimonies of the historical past.
Among the characteristic places of this small village: Belvedere De Carolis, the Collegiate Church of Santa Lucia, the Convent of San Francesco with the altarpiece by Carlo Crivelli and the church of San Filippo Neri.

New opening of the archaeological museum in Torre di Palme

Starting from April, the splendid Fermo village of Torre di Palme has opened the doors of the new archaeological museum which presents the public with the virtuous discovery of two important Picene age necropolises in the Cugnolo district of Torre di Palme. The Piceno population is widely told in this museum through the funeral outfits of the people who populated Torre di Palme and are an excellent start to get to know this area so loved by Pliny the Elder who especially appreciated its "picenum" wine.
Bronzes, shells, beads, amber, spindles and spindles are just some of the beautiful artifacts exhibited in this museum: a visit with the children is enriched by the educational panels and the reconstruction of clothing through the display cases set up for the explanation.
From 1 June the archaeological museum and all the museums of Fermo are open every day!

Bansky exhibition in Osimo

Until July 7th in the spaces of Palazzo Campana in Osimo you can visit the exhibition dedicated to the great street art artist Bansky.
Originally from Bristol, Banksy represents the biggest case of popularity for a living artist since the days of Andy Warhol. Between 2002 and 2009 he published 46 images on paper which he sells through his "Print house" Prints on walls in commercial Rd in London. A selection of the best 30 will be exhibited in Osimo, the ones that have made the planetary success of one of the most complex and intuitive artists of this time. On display, therefore, his most famous images, those that have gained very high popularity through global sharing on social media.

The Library of Fermo on National Geographic

Another important recognition for Fermo.
On the National Geographic home page, the image of the world map room stands out as the cover for the best Italian libraries.
After the finds found in Torre di Palme of the new archaeological museum and the subject of a service in recent months on National Geographic, it is the second interest of the prestigious newspaper in our cultural heritage that contributes to giving them visibility and promotion, testifying to the cultural wealth of our territory.

Blue Flag for Fermo

Also this year, for the seventh consecutive time, it has been awarded the Blue Flag.
The important recognition rewards the Administrations that implement actions and initiatives with the aim of producing environmental improvements in the field of bathing water quality, waste collection, energy consumption, information and environmental education, promotion tourist-environmental and territorial planning.
In particular, the beaches and the sea of Fermano are the real highlight. Cleanliness, tranquility and the care of the greenery have also contributed this year to the coveted prize.

Franciscan Way of the Marca

A spiritual walk, six days to reach Ascoli on foot from Assisi. It is the Franciscan Way of the Marca which will take place from April 24 to May 1, crossing two regions and sixteen municipalities, of which thirteen from the Marche.
A spiritual and cultural pilgrimage divided into eight stages that passes through dirt roads and paths, touching places of great artistic and naturalistic value, retracing the same route that San Francesco followed in 1215 in his preaching towards the southern Marche.
The Franciscan Way of the Marca offers a unique and extraordinary variety of natural beauty, architectural and spiritual treasures.
The Way touches four parks: that of Mount Subasio, that of Altolina, that of Colfiorito and the Sibillini National Park.

Green flag in the Fermano area

Another important recognition arrives for the beaches of Fermano.
Our area in fact, in particular Porto San Giorgio, is one of the 200 locations in Italy awarded with the green flag for the excellence of family tourism.
Sandy beach, shallow waters that allow children to play in absolute safety, equipment dedicated to children, adequate and ample spaces between umbrellas, opportunities for fun and entertainment for parents, beach attendants and the presence of bars, restaurants nearby and places capable of responding to the various needs of children. These are the characteristics that have led our beaches and our city to this important recognition.
A further testimony that with us you have the ideal place to spend a relaxing holiday by the sea for you and your children!

Big basketball in Porto San Giorgio

The Fermano also stands out for its sporting excellence and for its organizational skills.
From Friday 1 to Saturday 3, Porto San Giorgio will be the center of national basketball and will host the A2 Italian Cup finals.
The event, organized by the home team, Poderosa Montegranaro, will see the best 8 teams in the second national category compete on the Palasavelli parquet.
A weekend dedicated to great sport, entertainment, to many collateral events that will showcase the efficiency and hospitality of a territory waiting to be discovered.
Therefore, not only tourism and culture, but also great sport, which has always been in the DNA of the splendid Sangiorgese town.

Jury Chechi in love with the Marche

The world champion of gymnastics Jury Chechi fell in love with the Marches and chose them as the ideal place for his business life, do you know why?
According to the great champion, the Marche region offers one of the most beautiful areas in the world. The sea and the hills are very close to each other, from these often opens a glimpse of the sea that creates beautiful panoramas that run as far as the eye can see towards the Sibillini on one side and towards the horizon of the sea on the other.
The friendliness and helpfulness of the Marches enrich the area by creating a relaxing and pleasant lifestyle perfectly suited for those who want to leave behind the stress of the daily grind,
Last but not least, the fried Marche that delights the varied food and wine of the area: fried olives all'ascolana and fried cremini are the dishes that the sample finds delicious, not to mention the excellent fresh fish from the many varieties that our sea offers.
We look forward to seeing you in the land of the Marche region too!

Roman cisterns

Today we take you to discover one of the most enchanting places in Fermo and our region: the Roman cisterns.
The cisterns, dating back to the Augustan age, are around 2,000 years old and are still perfectly preserved. They are a mammoth work (they are the largest in Europe, more than 2000 square meters in size), are located under the historic center of Fermo and are the perfect expression of Roman engineering.
They consist of 30 underground rooms arranged on 3 communicating rows. the sloping ground drained the water while the barrel vaults had ventilation systems which kept the drinking water, while allowing perfect maintenance.

The romantic itineraries of the Marca Fermana

Through the book "The great love stories of the land of Marca" by Adolfo leoni, we can take a cue for a romantic itinerary through the province.
Through the stories, the author accompanies us on a path that you will not easily forget and that we present today. The stories are part of popular stories and fascinating stories that deserve to be told.
The journey begins with the love story between Imelda and Lotario and the Abbey of Santa Croce al Chienti stories of other times, of knights, monks and warriors. The second stop is the place of lovers in Belmonte Piceno, then the history of Cerreto (a hamlet of the Montegiorgio village) which takes us back in time with the story of a Templar knight who escaped from persecution. Places of love are also the Sibillini with her Sibilla, an unknown woman, Goddess and certainly a loved woman. There is the beautiful Torre Matteucci in Fermo, a place that is not often mentioned in the guides but essential. There is also the best known story that takes us to the Lovers' Cave of Torre di Palme where two lovers find themselves and commit suicide rather than living a distant life.
In short, a land to know and discover by joining a wonderful holiday by the sea!

New recognition for the Marche Region

After that of the times, another important literary recognition arrives for the Marche Region.
The first Norwegian tourism magazine, the Reiselyst, has in fact dedicated two special pages on the Marche.
All thanks to the initiative of the Tu.Ris.Marche cooperative that hosted the top of the famous magazine through a breathtaking tour to discover the Marche and its secrets.
The authors have been enraptured by the region, so much so that it has been defined as "Italia i miniatyr", Italy in miniature, highlighting the authenticity of the territories and the possibility of reaching the sea from the mountains in a short time, crossing valleys rich in food and wine excellence.
In pole position among the places to visit in the Marche are the Valdaso and the Sibillini, with their valleys full of fruit trees.
In the first place for wine we see the excellence of the Castrum Morisci di Moresco winery mentioned, which we remember is distinguished by the vinification in amphora and the production of traditional cooked wine. Pleasant "sensorial experiences" can be organized inside the cellar. In second place we have the unmissable experience of the "Truffle Hunt" organized by the Tu.Ris.Marche Cooperative in collaboration with the accommodation "Agriturismo Ramusè". The third position is given to the Borgo di Torre di Palme, remembered for its beauty and romance.
The editor also highlights the Borgo di Petritoli, now a location of international renown, for its significant experience in tourist hospitality and its characteristic of an ideal Destination Wedding for couples from all over the world.

The Times rewards the Marche

The Times also notices our beautiful region.
The famous British newspaper has in fact dedicated a full page on the Marches and its beauties, focusing in particular on our area, the northern one, defined as "the most secret region of Italy".
There are various insights dedicated to the province of Fermo and Macerata, with particular reference to Recanati and its Leopardian places, Loreto with the beautiful Cathedral and the Casa delle Santa Madre, the beaches with their clear and clean water. Obviously, a special section on the culinary excellence of the area could not be missing, defined as "among the delicacies of Central Italy".
If even the Times highlights us well, all you have to do is get in the car and come and visit us with your own eyes!

The beauties of the Marche region in New York

The beauties of the Marches on display in New York, Neri Marcorè also present .

The photographic exhibition "Places and Landscapes of the Marches", promoted by the association MIA - Marchigiani in America, opens on Saturday 15 December in New York. Twenty photos, selected through a competition, will tell the beauty of the Marche from the walls of the Scavolini showroom in Soho. The actor, imitator and conductor of the Marche region Neri Marcorè will reward the author of the most beautiful photo, who arrived from Castelfidardo (Ancona) for the occasion.

The history and culture of the Marche region are framed by enchanting mountain ranges, colorful hills, valleys and beaches. Making this beauty known in the USA is precisely the objective of the photographic exhibition "Places and Landscapes of the Marche", organized by the MIA association.

Marche, a region to live

Do you still have doubts about living well in the Marche region? Okay, we'll take them off!
Has the famous American magazine Forbes included the Marche among the 24 regions in the world where you live best and where you should go and enjoy your well-deserved retirement?
The reasons? There are many!
First of all the quality of life. The tranquility of our area and our hills are well suited to those who want to escape from the chaos of big cities. Marche is the region with the highest longevity rates and the lowest pollution rate.
The culinary excellence of the region are many. Our products go directly from the producer to the consumer and are of the highest quality. Genuine and natural.
The morphological conformation of the territory and its immense artistic heritage make the Marche a region suitable for all types of tourism. In a few kilometers you can pass from the beautiful beaches to the green Sibillini natural parks! You can combine a relaxing beach holiday with an adventurous mountain hike.
Have I dispelled all doubts? So come and visit the Marche!

Il Fermano: a territory ... traveling!

Did you think that the beauties of our territory remained confined here? Well you were wrong!
The image of Torre di Palme, "The most beautiful village in Italy", will roam Milan's trams through the streets of the Milanese capital.
The initiative, promoted by the Marche Region, is aimed at emphasizing the beauty of the area in the year dedicated to Lorenzo Lotto.
The village of Torre di Palme, indicated this year as the most beautiful village in Italy, has always been used by the Marche Region as a promotional vehicle.

The harvest in the Marche

Fermano has always been a land of tradition and food and wine excellence. In particular, the grape harvest has always linked quantity and quality. The vineyards, thanks above all to the ideal climatic conditions, to the effort and skill of our farmers, produce some of the best wines in the country. The accuracy of the harvest, still in many parts with the traditional method, allows the flavor to be left intact and brought to the table in a fine product.
2018 in particular will be a vintage of excellent quality. White wines, thanks to the fluctuating climate, will be balanced and full of aromas. The reds will be brightly colored, fragrant and full of balance. The collections, according to estimates, will be at least 20% more than in previous years, with a significant increase in exports.
Pecorino and Passerina stand out among the flagships of the local production, fine white wines that our customers have always had the pleasure of tasting on the occasion of the welcome aperitifs that we offer weekly.

Fermane water quality confirmed. It's Blue Flag!

Four locations, in the province of Fermo, have obtained the prestigious Blue Flag award of the Italy Fee (Foundation for environmental education) which is attributed to the Italian coasts.
In the evaluation phase carried out by the national jury, institutions such as the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism, the Ministry of Agricultural Policies, Regions, the General Command of the Capitanerie, Ispra, the National Council of Chemists and the Anci, as well as private bodies such as the trade unions and the Fin.

The beaches of Porto Sant'Elpidio (promenade), Fermo (Lido di Fermo Casabianca, Marina Palmense), Porto San Giorgio (coast) and Pedaso (singer-songwriter's promenade) have been awarded prizes.
The Blue Flag, besides being a coveted recognition, is a stimulus for everyone to improve further.


The tourist port of Porto San Giorgio increasingly at the center of regional tourism development. Through fishing tourism and sea excursions, you can now discover the naturalistic wonders of the Adriatic in an original and eco-sustainable way to get to know the sea and look at it from various angles. With In Blu Sustainable Tourism in the Adriatic, you can transform a simple holiday into a journey of intense emotions, where fishing turns into a moment of learning and pleasure in spending a day at the beach. Going out by boat with the local fishermen, you will be able to see them withdraw their nets, admire the coast from the sea, see the dolphins and experience our sunsets. You can choose to participate in a particular tasting, live unforgettable experiences related to our territory and the seasonality of nature. Cea "Ambiente Mare" organizer

Our narrator at the BIT in Milan!

At the invitation of the mayor of Fermo, Adolfo brought his knowledge of the land of Marca to the famous Milanese tourism exhibition.
Using the anecdotes and the experience in his possession, he made the territory of the Marca known through a picturesque fictional scenario, where a "young gentleman" of the '700, during his Grand Tour, visited the hills of Fermo and savored all their history, secrets and traditions.

Come and visit us and you will discover the beauty of our land!

Quality Fair and the success of the Mediterranean Diet

This quest too? year the fourth edition of the? Quality Fair? was successfully held.
In the splendid location of Palazzo Sant? Agostino in Montegiorgio, between exhibitions and conferences, the theme of the Mediterranean Diet has been deepened as the backbone of living well in the Land of Marca. It is not just a simple fair of local food products, but a micro cosmos where the philosophy of the? Mediterranean Diet? takes shape: smelling, savoring and living the healthy style that has characterized the populations of the area for centuries.
L? The initiative, promoted by the Piceno Laboratory of the Mediterranean Diet and by the Municipality of Montegiorgio, was divided into moments of meeting with the participating exhibitors and comparison conferences through the very interesting conferences.
The Mediterranean Diet is not a simple food, but much more. It promotes l? social interaction and gave rise to a remarkable body of knowledge, songs, maxims, tales and legends. The Diet is based on respect for the territory and biodiversity, and guarantees the conservation and development of traditional activities and trades related to fishing and agriculture in the Mediterranean communities.
One of the main ingredients of the Mediterranean Diet is l? extra virgin olive oil, of which our land represents one? national excellence. The olive harvest in the Fermo area represents a real timeless tradition, whose cult reappears every year with unchanged ferment. The care in processing and the artisan techniques refined over the years make our oil a strong point in the national scene.
On your next holiday in the Marche you can taste these typical products.

Il Saltarello: tradition and folklore

Marche is a territory full of stories and traditions. Folkloristic groups are certainly a very important part of it and Saltarello is one of the best examples.
The Saltarello is a traditional courtship dance that spread in Central Italy, particularly in the Marche. There is no single version of the saltarello, because each area has created its own variant and its own choreography. It is a dance that is done in pairs, with rare forms of dance in fours or in a circle.
The saltarello derives from the Latin word saltatio , a sacred Roman dance, which the Salii priests performed during certain holidays and important occasions for the community. The ancient origins of the saltatio are proved by the fact that the Salii priests, during their performances, wore costumes that recalled the clothing of the ancient Central-Italic warriors of the VIII century BC
The archaeological finds in the Marche testify that the Piceni had an armed dance ritual, in all probability previous or at least coeval, to that used by the Romans. Since the 17th century the saltarello has established itself as the main traditional dance of central Italy. Its local variants are still practiced and known today. As for the instruments, the saltarello is danced accompanied by the accordion and tambourine.
The saltarello still contains the soul of those who live in the Piceno : its steps and its music are not a simple dance, but a way of understanding life, of exorcising evil and celebrating the fullness that only love for Nature can testify. Dancing the saltarello is a way to understand where we come from, who we continue to be, where we can go.
The beauty of our territory, to discover and visit!

Go on vacation with animals ... now you can!

Today animals, and dogs in general, are becoming more and more real members of families. Going on vacation to the beach with your dog or cat is the ideal solution to share tranquility and fun with your four-legged friends, and it has become the priority of numerous families who do not want to deprive themselves of their company or have no one to leave them with.
The problems encountered can be mainly logistical, in finding places and structures where animals are accepted and welcomed.
Fortunately, in recent years the situation is changing and more and more structures and locations are opening up to welcome these fantastic 4-legged animals.
Our area, always at the forefront of tourism, is no different. Together with the various dog shows that are organized every year by our countries (Fermo, Porto Sant 'Elpidio and Sant' Elpidio a Mare), the municipal administrations are creating more and more free areas for dog access and the structures are always organizing and specializing more for the welcome. Also l? ARCI Caccia CSAA Sez. Cinofilia Regione Marche will organize in our region at least four events of the national championship of the national dog show in 2018.

Our structure, which has been hosting animals for years, was one of the first in the sector to create special spaces where animals can be free to have fun and families can at the same time enjoy their holiday in the best way without creating any nuisance for others who do not they have this passion because the private gardens and access to the bungalows are all fenced and protected.
There is nothing better than enjoying a holiday by the sea in the Marche region with your four-legged friend ...

Monte and history!

In La Cuma di Monte Rinaldo, in the middle valley of the Aso river, there is one of the most suggestive archaeological sites in all the Marche. Here, in 1957, the architectural remains of an important Hellenistic sanctuary from the late Republican era were identified, still today subject to archaeological research by scholars.
A porch originally 66 m long and divided into two naves by a double row of tuff columns of different heights (four Ionic with capitals in Italic Ionic order and seven external Doric) was found of the structure, the foundations of a wall with large blocks of tuff delimiting the sacred area, a well, channels and a water system. In the west part of the portico there is a rectangular room of uncertain destination with three Ionic columns between two pilasters while in the front part you can see the foundations of the temple which was to be raised on a podium. Together with the remains of the structure, several clay cladding slabs and terracotta figures in high relief were also found, which must have belonged to the front decoration of the temple. It remains uncertain what is the historical and archaeological context in which to be able to insert the complex as the divinity to which it was dedicated even if the presence of different elements such as the well, the channels etc. they would suggest a relationship with Sanatio's water-related rituals.

This year, for the 60th anniversary of the first discoveries, excavation activities have resumed after decades of arrest, which have allowed to bring to light and catalog new finds and historical evidence. Among the new findings, the presence of architectural terracotta decorations with numerous traces of color still lively and well preserved is noteworthy.

As always our territory is rich in many of its facets, and is the ideal place to enjoy a beach holiday immersed in history!

Petritoli: "There are those who say ... YES"

The small village of Petritoli of about 2500 inhabitants in the province of Fermo, has been in the limelight for a few years for a? particular attitude: it is the destination chosen every year by dozens of foreign couples to celebrate their wedding.
It all started almost by chance thanks to some tour operators from northern Europe, residing in Petritoli, who after the wedding of a couple of young Germans publicized the event and the place even beyond national borders. The success was incredible and the requests came immediately, also taking advantage of l? impulse dell? municipal administration that created ad hoc regulations to make the most suggestive spaces of the village available.
For five years, to pronounce the fateful yes, they have come to this village from all over the world: Europe, Russia, Australia, United States, New Zealand, China. They are the "wedding immigrants". So far a hundred couples, with a minimum of fifty guests each.
In the surroundings of Petritoli, in addition, a large group of foreigners has purchased countryside ruins in recent years which have been then renovated for short or long stays and the foreign community has become the protagonist of a festival that is held annually in which the typical features are enhanced of their countries in an interesting exchange involving the entire Petritolese community made up of Italians and foreigners. Also very interesting is the stable initiative during the year of the aperitifs in which free groups meet to practice the English and Italian language in an informal meeting that favors the community cohesion of the country.
This unexpected phenomenon has revitalized life and l? Petritoli economy, giving impetus to the birth of new commercial activities. A beautiful example of how ideas and initiatives from below, when they are also supported by municipal administrations, can lead to great results.

A holiday in the Marche region at our Residence Casabianca can make you discover the beauty of this area , its itineraries and the hidden events of a living community.

Discover Italy's Le Marche Region

We offer you this Sunday Express article that talks about our region: Marche is the perfect place for a break from routine in relaxation and tranquility!
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Palm tower

We offer you a wonderful place to visit in a weekend: Torre di Palme (FM), a medieval outpost in the splendor of the Marche that dominates the coast and is part of the so-called Fermo castles.
Famous for the accuracy and aesthetic uniformity with which the historic buildings have been maintained, the village is one of those places where every glimpse is unique, between the narrow alleys and the wide sea views. A panoramic terrace on the Adriatic that you can never forget!

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Il Fratino

It is a small-sized bird with the taxonomic name Charadrius alexandrinus: the Fratino is an endangered species of bird.
He lives on the beach and lays his eggs in the dunes.
Today there are few beaches where Il Fratino has the opportunity to survive.
Among these, Lido di Fermo still retains the suitable characteristics.
It is the beach next to the bathing establishment near our Residence.
For some years, volunteers and scholars have fenced an area and discreetly observe how the nesting that takes place between March and June proceeds.
For nature lovers it is an excellent reason to combine a relaxing stay by the sea with all-natural tourism: a welcome worthy of the Marche spirit, a place to observe the Fratini, a walk listening to the lapping of the waves and a cold beer before returning to accommodation.

The villages of Fermano: Campofilone

In this photo we present Campofilone , a delightful village in the Fermo area surrounded by historic walls. Walking through its streets, as in many villages in our area, you will find intact medieval buildings and you will feel the scent of the ancient culinary tradition of this country: the Maccheroncini di Campofilone , typical egg pasta.

The Roman Cisterns Of Fermo

We present the Roman cisterns of Fermo, the oldest in Europe and still intact. A wonderful maze of 30 communicating rooms.
A holiday in the Marche region, where there is so much to discover!

The beauty of Torre Di Palme

Let's immerse ourselves in the timeless beauty of Torre di Palme, a splendid village in the Fermo area located on the top of a hill with a beautiful view of the Adriatic Sea.

Photo by Andrea Copparini (from Instagram)