Hotels to remember: Pesaro
Pesaro was founded by the Romans on the ancient road, the Via Flaminia. The fame of the city is associated with the musician Gioacchino Rossini who was born here. It is also renowned for its crafts industry. The Majolica of Pesaro are known world wide, as are the pieces worked in wrought iron and copper.
Lovers of the sea will enjoy the city's beach and harbor. Among the sites worth visiting: the Fountain with Sea Horses and Triton, Palazzo Ducale, the Church of St Ubaldo, Giocchino Rossigni's House, Pesaro Cathedral, the Rocca Costanza, the Gioacchino Rossigni Conservatory, the Ceramics Museum, the Oliveriano Archeological Museum, the Museum of the Sea and Villa Imperiale, one of the most beautiful Renaissance Villas in the vicinity of Pesaro.
A number of interesting events are held in Pesaro, including the International Festival of New Cinema, the Harbor Festival, and the Sagra of the Sea, the Rossigni Opera Festival, Marche Producono and the National Festival of Dramatic Arts.
Pesaro: suggestions from the hotels
Le Marche is one of the Italy's best kept secrets, with miles of sandy beaches, gentle sloping hills, rugged mountain peaks and cultural and artistic centres. Beside delighting the eye offers also a fine regional cuisine and superb wines! (Relais Villa Giulia) →
Monterado is a quiet village, located in the typical hills of Marche region, far 12 km from the city of Senigallia. It's an excellent starting point to the beach or to the hill, to beautiful places like Urbino, Corinaldo and Monte Conero. (Castello di Monterado) →