An exclusive vacation at Solea Albergo di Campagna, located in the Trecastelli or at the B&B Luna Bianca located in Senigallia area (District of Ancona), in Marche, will allow you to visit and observe some of the most beautiful and interesting locations of this Region.
Corinaldo, located in the District of Ancona, is the place where Santa Maria Goretti was born. Renowned for its exquisite Verdicchio, it has a well-preserved Fifteenth-century fortified wall.
In Corinaldo, history and legend melt together in epic ways, creating a thousand-surprise hamlet. In fact, besides its imposing walls, some buildings are definitely worth a visit. The Town Hall, rebuilt in the XVIII Century, the Church – once dedicated to Sant’Agostino – now became the Sanctuary of Santa Maria Goretti, the Town Theatre, entitled to Carlo Goldoni, the Cesarini-Romualdi Palace. The Claudio Ridolfi Museum is quite interesting too.
An exclusive vacation at Solea Albergo di Campagna, located in the Ripe di Senigallia area (District of Ancona), in Marche, will allow you to visit and observe Senigallia, located within the District of Ancona too. It is quite famous for its wonderful beach, which is said to be made from velvet as much as it is beautiful, and it is certainly among the most renowned vacation destinations in Marche.
Its sea is marvellous, which is why it has been awarded with the Blue Flag. Founded by the Senoni Gauls, this is the place from which Brenno moved against Rome. Towards 295 B.C., it became a Roman colony. Among the many famous personalities born in Senigallia, Papa Pio IX must be mentioned.
Besides being famous for its wonderful Rotunda on the sea, recalled in the famous song by Fred Bongusto, is also known for its mighty Ration Court, located in its old town, not far from Piazza Roma.
The Roveresca Stronghold, on the other hand, represents a magnificent example of the architectonic process developed through centuries. The Duchy Palace, which looks towards its wonderful homonymous square, was built by the Della Rovere family around the half of the XVI Century. It was meant to be a representative residence, and it still preserves its incredible throne hall, adorned with an amazing coffer ceiling most likely realised by Taddeo Zuccari.