Pesaro - Capital of Culture 2024


Gradara is an ancient fortified village located in the hinterland of the Marche-Romagna coast not far from Cattolica and the sea. The background is a pleasant hilly landscape.

It is known for its historic Rocca Malatestiana which can be visited and contains, in addition to the armory, a torture room, a chapel and some rooms with original 15th and 16th century furniture.

TAVULLIA - Land of the Champion Valentino Rossi 46


Located at 485 meters high, Urbino has maintained its nature as a center of art and culture over the centuries. Its Renaissance heart is the Palazzo Ducale, the symbol of the city and now the seat of the National Gallery of the Marche which houses many masterpieces including paintings by Piero Della Francesca and Tiziano.

Other points of interest are the House of Raphael where the artist was born and where you can admire one of his youthful frescoes, as well as the fifteenth-century rooms and furnishings, the Cathedral, in neoclassical style, the University Palace, the church of San Domenico, San Francesco and San Sergio.

PERGOLA - of the gilded bronzes and the truffle

CAGLI - In ancient times it was a papal seat

Weekly Markets

Monday: San Giovanni in Marignano P.zza Silvagni 4 Km
Tuesday: Pesaro P.zza S. Decenzio 15 Km, Miramare P.zza Marconi 15 Km, Misano V.le Verdi 7 Km
Wednesday - Saturday: Rimini P.zza Malatesta 17 Km
Thursday: Gabicce Mare Supermarket Tavollo 1Km
Friday: Riccione P.zza Unità 10 Km
Saturday: Cattolica P.zza De Curtis 1,5 Km
Sunday: Saludecio P.zza XI September 15 Km

Train service available for transport to and from the Gabicce Mare market

Our Advice

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