Discover the hidden treasures in the centre of Mondolfo, like Sant Agostino's church, San Gervasio's church, the town-hall, and the saint place of Madonna delle grotte from the 17th century. You can take part in the Spaghetti festival in March, or admire the pageantry of the locals in renaissance costumes in July.
Club hotel Marotta sehenswertes MondolfoThe third largest centre of the region, Fano lies 10 km north from Marotta. The city houses many gorgeous churches, and the broad remnants of the Roman and medieval ages. The city wall that was built by Emperor August with its city gate, which was the starting point of the trade route called "Flaminia" and leads to Rome. Every Wednesday and Saturday the market takes place in the city centre. Visit the flea market on every second Saturday and Sunday. The winter ends with an enormous carnival. This celebration is one of the world's oldest festivities of this kind: the inhabitants are marching with funny puppets which look like celebrities. The antique book market takes place in July. The city' entertainment centre offers various programs (bowling, billiard, etc.) and opposite to the airport horse riding horses. Boat-tours are regularly departing from the Fano harbour, on which you have the opportunity for fishing as well!
Club hotel Marotta sehenswertes MondolfoUrbino is one of the most important towns in the Marche for the tourists in search of great Italian art and architecture. Its Centro Storico now boasts the honour of being included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. From the 15th century the place was home for one of the most illustrious courts in Europe. Duke Federico da Montefeltro gathered around him the greatest painters, poets and scholars of his day and housed them in one of the most beautiful Renaissance palace in Italy. An advice worth taken: approach the town from Arezzo to see the fairy-tale twin towers of the palace that give Urbino its unmistakable skyline. Urbino is the birth place of the famous painter Raffaello Sanzio.
Club hotel Marotta sehenswertes MondolfoWith its 28 000 inhabitants, San Marino is one of the smallest states of the world, and moreover the oldest republic in Europe. The mini state is built on the peak of the 739 m high Mt. Titano. San Marino is separated with borders from Italy, but border-crossing does not require passport. The official language is Italian, and the local currency is Euro.
Club hotel Marotta sehenswertes MondolfoSince 1853 Senigallia has been one of the most popular seaside resorts, and still today its old centre has a certain solid mercantile grandeur. Check out the city's numerous shops to acquire some masterpiece of the Italian fashion – but don't forget the siesta, when the shops are closed up to 4 PM. Famous ship-harbour and seat of the bishops, Pope Pius the 9th also born here. The finest monument is the old fort, the Rocca Roveresca, built in 1480.
Club hotel Marotta sehenswertes Mondolfo20 km away from Marotta lays Pesaro, the birth place of Rossini. His birth house is a museum nowadays. The city is built on a hill. In memorial of the famous composer, opera-festivals are organized all the year along. Strolling along the pedestrian street you may visit antique houses and the famous ceramics-museum or the market on Tuesdays.
Club hotel Marotta sehenswertes MondolfoGradara lays only a short coach trip away from the Adriatic Sea. The city is one of the most striking landmarks from the northern Marche coastal strip. The fortress which dominates the town was owned by the Malatesta family. From its walls you may have a breathtaking view at the country. In July you can visit the famous antic market here.
Club hotel Marotta sehenswertes MondolfoThe dripstone cavern of Frasassi has a constant 14°C temperature inside. Discovered by chance in 1971, then opened three years later, the cavern is the largest in it's category in the whole country.