Hotels to remember: Camerano

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Camerano: introduction

Camerano Hotel

Neighboring Ancona, Castelfidardo, Osimo and Stirolo, Camerano is bordered by three waterways, the Aspio River and the Botanico and Betelico Streams. The residential area of Camerano is on the hillside and is comprised of three areas: Colle Lauro, Aspio Terme e San Germano.
The industrial base of the town is well developed.

The town is known primarily for the numerous underground caves: Grotte Manciforte e Costantini, Grotte di Palazzo Trionfi, Grotte di Palazzo Corraducci, Grotte di Palazzo Ricotti, Grotte del Torrone, Grotte del Cantinone and del Castelvecchio.

Other sites to visit include the Parish Church of Camerano, Palazzo Corraducci, the Church of St. Apollinare, the Church of St Faustina, the Maratti Theatre, the Madonna della Speranza, the Manciforte Gardens, and Fontevecchia.

Along the road leading to Poggio, close to St. Germano there is an ancient cone shaped formation the origins and purpose of which remain a mystery to this very day.

Camerano: suggestions from the hotels

Antonella e Franco


Santomaro Country Loft

Countryside Residences

Antonella e Franco

Discover the peaceful green countryside and magical medieval villages of Marche. Treat yourself to sunny days by the sea and romantic nights in the hills. (Santomaro Country Loft) →

noemi pettorino


Il Sambuco

B&B and Homes

noemi pettorino

This is a place where you can switch off completely, for those who are looking for elegance, simplicity and isolation. Here you can still feel the pulse of rural life and the breath of the earth. (Il Sambuco) →

Antonella e Franco


Santomaro Sea Loft

B&B and Homes

Antonella e Franco

Discover the seaside town of Civitanova Marche, both ancient and modern at the same time. The perfect "slow" destination, for those who just want to relax, it's close to fabulous designer fashion outlets and marvelous medieval villages too! (Santomaro Sea Loft) →