Senigallia, Trecastelli, Corinaldo



Senigallia, a charming sea resort of Le Marche.

Sea, beach, city and hill in a unique place.
Popular for the beaches (13 km of beautiful fine sand beach), rich in monuments of interest, counts among the many attractions also the rotonda a mare (sea round) known meeting place on the seafront, built on the model of the characteristic British coast’s piers.
The main cultural and most picturesque folklore events are focused during the summer.

Since 2012 Senigallia has been hosting one of the biggest festivals of extreme sports and not, X Masters Award. A unique event created by a group of young men passionate of Action Sports.

It’s a great beach party, a place where anyone can find his own space and entertainment.

Within this extraordinary sports festival, triathlon signed TriO Events could not be missed: “Santini TriO Senigallia”, Saturday, July 20th and 21st, 2019.

Senigallia, with its sparkling sea, a fine old town, its richness of colors, traditions, flavors…
As if these requirements were not enough to make a unique holiday, Senigallia makes it adorned with a calendar of events which can’t be missed.

Summer is the season that shines more in terms of importance and number of unmissable appointments, some of national resonance because of their longevity, while other more recent but extraordinary fascinating.


The Municipality of Trecastelli was born on 1 January 2014 from the merger of the Municipalities of Ripe, Castel Colonna and Monterado. Located a few kilometers from the sea, in the province of Ancona, the territory rises amid the typical and reassuring hills of the Marche.

The municipality of Ripe is located at 140 meters above sea level, located about 15 kilometers from the coast, on an extended stretch of plain where the river Nevola joins the Misa, in a regular valley, characterized by alternation of cultivated fields. The gracious locality is characterized by a Castellano nucleus, the small fortified village has come down to us, crossed by alleys and today dominated by a neo-romantic taste construction, built in the second half of the thirties, which now houses the seat of the new common. The Parish Church of San Pellegrino has an eighteenth-century organ of Callido inside it. The Villino Romualdo, a building of the second half of the nineteenth century recently restored, houses on the upper floor the Nori De ‘Nobili Museum, which houses the entire collection of the artist Eleonora De’ Nobili. The Museum is one of the very few in the world dedicated exclusively to a female figure and for this reason it is Center for Studies on Women in Contemporary Visual Arts. The towns of Ponte Lucerta, Passo Ripe and Brugnetto, which border the river, contribute to expanding and characterizing this part of the territory. Passo Ripe is characterized by the Church of the Crucifix, the small temple of Sant’Antonio da Padova and the ancient Allegrezza kiln, an example of industrial archeology. On one of the reliefs that surrounds the Valle del Misa, the historic home of Villa Porcozzone stands out. In Brugnetto there is the Church of San Michele Arcangelo and from one of its hills stands the magnificent Palazzo Antonelli Castracani Augusti, built in the late seventeenth century and transformed in 1750 by Cardinal Niccolò Maria Antonelli in the “Palace of 100 windows”, whose shape it still remains today. Ripe has been characterized over the years by a strong tradition of artistic craftsmanship, in which the “old crafts” have continued to be handed down, preserving historical traditions and giving life, in some cases, to entrepreneurial initiatives.

The municipality of Castel Colonna is a small town, located on the borders of the Province of Pesaro-Urbino, close to the hills that divide the valleys of the Nevola and Cesano rivers. The castle stands on a small hill and can be entered by a single door. Inside the environment is characterized by small houses and vegetable gardens and stone paved streets. The charming town is characterized by the image of a small fortress that refers to the shape of a ship, surrounded by walls and the Malatesta tower.


The municipality of Monterado is located on the border between the provinces of Ancona and Pesaro-Urbino and is distinguished by a historic center that is a natural balcony overlooking the Adriatic Sea and overlooking the Valley of the river Cesano from an altitude of 161 meters and from the fraction of Ponte Rio, which develops in the plain below. In 1742 the Palazzo di Monterado was built, today Cinciari Castle, founded on the ruins of the ancient historical center of the Malatesta period. Palazzo Cinciari is an elegant building, in neo-classical style, surrounded by towers, escarpments, spurs and a wonderful Italian garden. The Castle, in its present form, was designed by Vanvitelli. Around the Castle there is a forest of pines, oaks, laurels and viburnums, planted by Count Cerasi in the second half of the nineteenth century. The castle rises from the small town square, as well as the Church of San Giacomo Maggiore. Monterado has a great food and wine tradition and craftsmanship.