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Territory of "Marca Fermana"

The Residence Casabianca, in Casabianca di Fermo, Marche, with its apartments and bungalows, is a great little oasis of calm in the middle of the sky, the sea, nature. The horizon is open, free, without limits. The beach is wide, deep, with a crystal clear sea. Not far away, Lido di Fermo, with its services, its premises, its fun. And then, a little further on, Fermo, rich in history, culture and beauty.

Fermo, industrial, commercial and agricoltural city is situated on the highest part of a hill between the lower valleys of the rivers Tenna and Ete Vivo, where stands the great Cathedral dedicated to the Assumption. It is 6 km from Porto San Giorgio and 40 km from Macerata, and is almost equidistant from Ascoli Piceno (67 km) and Ancona (68 km). It is divided into two parts: the historic area, built on top of the hill and around Sabulo, remained the same over the centuries in its medieval origins, and a new area.

The territory of the town extends for 124 square kilometers and includes 5 km of coastline south of Porto San Giorgio (the resort Marina Palmense) and 4 km of coast to the north (Lido di Fermo, Casabianca and Lido San Tommaso).

The Sea in the Marca Fermana

There are four locations in the province of Fermo that have been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag of Fee Italy (Foundation for environmental education) which is attributed to the Italian coasts. Among these in the municipality of Fermo is the town of Lido / Casabianca di Fermo where our Residence is located.
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 organizations such as the seaside unions and the Fin.

History of Fermo

Fermo has very ancient origins, various archaeological excavations have brought to light, in three different areas, funerary material dating back to the ninth and eighth centuries BC and to the type proto-Etruscan (Villanovan culture). After becoming a Roman colony in 264 BC, Fermo participated in various campaigns of the war, and its inhabitants, in 90 BC, acquired Roman citizenship.

It passed under the domination of the Lombard kingdom and then became a free commune in 1199. Fermo was later ruled by a succession of Lords, during which it became the capital of the so-called ?Marca Fermana?, a large portion of land which stretched from the Musone river to Vasto (Chieti), and from the Apennines to the sea.

During the Napoleonic period, was the capital of the Department of Tronto, one of the three departments of Marche (the other two were those of the Metaurus and Musone).

In 2004 was found the Province of Fermo, which had already existed until 1860, when it was abolished by a decree of the government Cavour (decree which was never enacted into law) and merged with the province of Ascoli Piceno.

Places of interest in Fermo

Very important are the historical Roman cisterns used to collect water that the colony of their supplies. Other major points of interest are Piazza del Popolo, with the oldest and most prestigious buildings in the city, and Palazzo dei Priori, the ancient seat of the municipality, today it houses the Pinacoteca Civica (the main path also includes the visit to the Hall of the Globe and the permanent archeological exhibition ?Fermo dai Villanoviani ai Piceni?).

Particularly interesting are ?Teatro dell?Aquila?, one of the largest and most prestigious theaters in the Marche region, Corso Cefalonia and Corso Cavour, overlooked by the most elegant and sumptuous palaces of the city.

The most important religious building is undoubtedly the Cathedral of Fermo, dedicated to Mary?s Assumption into Heaven, which rises in the highest part of the urban complex, characterized by its asymmetric report of Romanesque-Gothic style in the yard gyrfalcon (viewpoint) . Next to the cathedral there is the Diocesan Museum.

The Kentish Plover

It is a volatile minute size by taxonomic name Kentish Plover: the mallards are a species of bird in danger of extinction.
He lives on the beach and in the dunes lays its eggs.
Today there are few beaches where the Kentish plover has a chance to survive.
Among these Lido di Fermo still retains all the appropriate features.
And 'the adjacent beach to the beach resort close to our Residence.
For several years, volunteers and scholars have fenced area and observe discreetly as proceeds nesting that takes place between March and June.
For nature lovers there is a good reason to combine a relaxing stay by the sea with a completely naturalistic tourism: a welcome worthy of the Marche spirit, a station for observing the Fratini, a walk listening to the lapping of the waves and a cold beer before returning to the accommodation.

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