AN itinerary across sea and mountains

The itinerary
  • Welcome to Ancona, the chief town welcomes you with its charming position lying on Astagno and Guasco hills overlooking its gulf. You will have the chance to get around the city on a visited tour by e-bike. In the evening, we take you out for dinner for a traditional experience: we do suggest you try "Brodetto" a typical, and well known,  seafood soup of Ancona. Tonight you will sleep here. 

  • We're shifting to Jesi, important town located in Esino valley. Jesi it's an important artistic and cultural centre of the region; in fact on top of hosting some great architecture Jesi was the birthplace of composer Giovanni Battista Pergolesi and King Frederic the 2nd. During your guided tour you will have the chance ti discover all of this. In the afternoon we move on to Fabriano, in the very heart of the Appenines mountains. On the way to the mountains we booked a wine tasting experience so you can tray some local great ones. You will also have the chance to enjoy some free time to explore the area as you wish. Overnight will be in Fabriano. 

  • Today we''re exploring Fabriano and its surroundings: this city became famous for its paper production (even the one for banknotes). We're taking you to discover the paper production process so you can experience how this material was made, directly with a master at the paper museum. In the afternoon we are going to visit the Frasassi Caves: this is a real natural breathtaking wonder, probably the most famous attraction of the whole region. In the evening, to chillout a we booked an aperitivo in a cool place in Fabriano.

  • It's time to travel back towards the sea: on the way we'll stop to some other places to show you more of this territory. The first stop will be Sassoferrato another cute medieval town close to the mountains. You will have time to get around, before visiting an ancient mill on the river. Moving on, the next stop we suggest as a "hotspot" is Corinaldo. It's a stunning walled city incredibly well preserved that absolutely deserves the visit on the way to Morro D'Alba. Here in Morro, a specific type of red wine is produced (Lacrima) and we’re taking you for a taste. Final destination of the day will be Senigallia where you will sleep. 

  • You’re in Senigallia and it’s your last day: this city has a beautiful, long, golden, sandy beach (called the “Velvet beach”) and a lively city centre. The day is free so you have freedom to do whatever you like. Before heading back home there is a last typical seafood lunch waiting for you. It’s our way to say goodbye.

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