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    Discover our region by staying at our Campsite near Pesaro

    There are a number of towns and historical places you can visit within a few kilometers. Discover and travel through the landscapes and admire the seaside, make cultural trips in villages and castles, where the ancient tradition of craftmanschip and ceramics flourishes, or try our local food and wine to enjoy the tastes and aromas of our local products, like the "brodetto di pesce" soup or our olive oil, our "Formaggio di fossa" cheese, the Acqualagna truffles, special wines and much more.

    There are many themed parks in the nearby reagion of "Emilia-Romagna", like: Acquafan, Oltremare in Riccione, the acquarium "Le Navi" in Cattolica etc.. While sports fans can choose between Wind-surf, golf, mountain bike, skydiving and many more.



6 km

Fano is the third most populous city in the Marche region, and it is known across Italy for hosting the country's oldest Carnival. It was named "Fanum Fortunae," or "Temple of Fortune," by the Romans who founded it. Emperor Augustus created the Augustus Arch and the city walls, which are among the ancient structures worth mentioning. A visit to the  Art Gallery and Archaeological Museum at the Corte Malatestiana, as well as the Malatesta tombs, are well recommended.


18 km

Pesaro is the provincial capital and hometown of Gioacchino Rossini, whose house is now a museum. The city is known for the Oliveriano Archeological Museum and the precious mosaics of the cathedral, The Maioliche museum, the imperial Villa on top of San Bartolo hill and the Villa Caprile.


25 km

Gradara is a pristine citadel with a beautiful castle that evokes Dante's Divine Comedy's passionate love story of Paolo and Francesca. The stronghold that stands on top of the town and dominates the surrounding area gives the feeling of enormous majesty when you first arrive in this town.


25 km

Mondavio, with its fortress, rises proudly above the Metauro and Cesano valleys, and you can still breathe in the ambiance of a bygone era: the rooms are inhabited by wax knights and ladies, complete with period costumes and lighting. In addition to a civic museum the town also has the Church of Santa Maria della Quercia, which is well worth a visit.


35 km

Urbino is the universal capital of art, as well as one of the most important Renaissance centres and from the 1998 is UNESCO World Heritage. Its ""Palazzo Ducale"", built for Federico da Montefeltro, contains the National Gallery with precious paintings of Piero della Francesca, Tiziano, Paolo Uccello and Raffaello.
Gola del Furlo


40 km

Gola del Furlo lies on the via Flaminia, and since 2001 it is a State-owned Nature Reserve and it is considered a natural paradise. The rock walls of the Pietralata and Paganuccio mountains are the result of the erosion carried out by the Cadigliano river, they rise up to the sky giving the gorge a unique and mesmerizing look. The Natural Reserve is inhabited by Golden Eagles, Peregrine falcons, eagle owls, wolves and roe deers.
San Marino
San Marino is the world's oldest republic, located a few kilometers from Rimini on Mount Titano. The panorama from here stretches from the upper Marecchia Valley to the Adriatic coast, and from Ravenna to Gabicce. Small stores abound in the ancient town center, selling anything from traditional souvenirs to the finest jewelry. Ceramics, as well as original philatelic and numismatic issues, are typical.


70 km

Loreto is famous for being the home of the Basilica of the "Santa Casa"(Holy House) and is one of the most important and ancient pilgrimage sites in the Catholic world. The Holy House has been the subject of numerous studies, which have attested to its origin, and remains one of the strongest symbols of Christianity, identifying this place as the place where Mary received the Annunciation from the Archangel Gabriel.
Grotte di Frasassi

80 km

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