Have fun in the middle of nature

Those who love scenery, can enjoy the views from the Cingoli terraces, known as the 'balcony of "Le Marche" , and experience the breathtaking views over the Adriatic Sea.

You can also visit the beatiful Frasassi Caves which are 30 minutes away by car

Those who enjoy walking can explore nearby Monte San Vicino and walk in its woods and fields.

There is the Lake of Castreccioni, the biggest man-make lake of the centre of Italy where you can walk, bike, birdwatch, canoe, swim, sunbathe and fish.

There is also an Aquapark only 10 minutes away which is open during the wamest months: it boasts several swimming pools and water slides, suitable for any age, especially for young people, and an Adventure Park.

Finally, we are only 40 minutes from the beaches of Senigallia on the Adriatic Coast and the Riviera del Conero with the famous seaside towns of Sirolo, Numana and Portonovo.

Culture and History

Nearby you'll find the medieval town of Jesi with its ancient walls; Recanati, the "city of poetry", where Giacomo Leopardi was born and lived; Loreto with its famous Catholic Sanctuary, or Montecassino, Osimo, Offagna, San Severino, Fabriano, Camerino and Tolentino. Or, explore other towns and places of interest in neighbouring Umbria.

The lovers of the motorbikes could visit the original Museum of Sidecars

Food and Wine

If you love good food you can enjoy excellent first couses: vincisgrassi, an old traditional dish of Marche region, tagliatelle or gnocchi with boar ragù or duck sauce; rabbit in pork, rost suckling pig; if we talk about sweets: “Cavalluci end Serpi, biscuits of grape must and finally “Ciambelloni spinkled with Visciola

In the local area there are plenty of places where you can buy both local and organic produce: