Hotels to remember: Senigallia
Senigallia is an ancient Roman City, the name of which derives from "Sena Gallicia". The city has a charming historical center which is encircled by walls dating back to the 1400s. It is famous for its 12 kilometers of sandy beaches and tourist harbor, which provides places for over 300 boats.
In addition to the splendid waterfront, the visitor will find a host of things to see, including the Rocca Roveresca, Palazzo del Duca, the Fontana dei Leoni fountain, Palazzetto Baviera, the Foro Annonario, Palazzo di Muzio Oddi and the Clock tower, Neptune's fountain, Palazzo Mastai, the Church of St Martino, the Church of the Madonna Senigallia Cathedral. The Media Museum within Palazzo Mastai Ferretti is well worth a visit.
Nearby one finds the Church of St Maria delle Grazie with its painting by Perugino, and the Archeological park of Suasa Senonum. Senigallia is famous for its Fair which dates back to the 1200s, and is considered to be one of the most important in the whole of Europe.
Senigallia: 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) →