The characteristic Rotonda a Mare , circular structure built on the beach of Senigallia in the second half of the nineteenth century, for hydrotherapy and recreational purposes, today has a multi-purpose function that hosts exhibitions and events.
Among the most interesting historical buildings of the city is the Rocca Roveresca , recognized as one of the most impressive buildings of Renaissance military architecture . Designed in 1480 with a square layout with large cylindrical towers, it incorporates earlier fortifications. In addition to the grand overview from the outside you should make a visit inside to see the underground, the escape routes, the rooms and decor.
The eighteenth-century cathedral , built by the Jesuits, undoubtedly deserves a visit: inside there are important works of art such as the paintings of Barocci, Corvi, Ramazzani and many other masters.
Palazzo Mastai with the Museo Pio IX is one of the key places of Senigallia. It is in fact here that Giovanni Maria Mastai Ferretti, who later became Pope Pius IX, was born on May 16, 1792.
The Palazzetto Baviera faces Piazza del Duca and was built by the will of Giovanni Giacomo Baviera , maternal uncle and lieutenant of Giovanni della Rovere, at the same time as the Rocca, probably with a Baccio Pontelli's project, as suggested by the harmonious proportion of the small courtyard.
The Frasassi Caves are underground karst caves that are located within the regional nature park of the Gola della rossa and of Frasassi, in the municipality of Genga in the province of Ancona. The discovery of the caves dates back to June 28, 1948 when a farmer discovered the entrance to the first cave called "Cave of the Wind", with a huge underground hall, lined with stalactites and stalagmites, artfully lit and large enough to contain the duomo from Milan.
Monte Conero : a promontory with a sinuous, wind-driven landscape overlooking the Adriatic Sea. To discover the dozens of beaches immersed in rock and vegetation, reachable by sea or through paths, or the naturalistic excursions that make you admire its wonderful landscapes.
Ostra and Corinaldo : villages in the Marche hinterland founded by the Romans and with suggestive walls and medieval bastions, large palaces, and beautiful churches, now recognized as two of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
Urbino : the birthplace of Raffaello Sanzio and defined as the pearl of the Renaissance, Urbino is the capital of spirit, art and poetry. In a few hundred square meters there is a concentration of heritage that has marked the art and architecture of Europe for many decades, it is infact protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.