Cities & Castles

All Giorgio's hospitality excursions combine several destinations and have one thing in common. Wherever we take our guests, they are surrounded by centuries of history and traditions. Cities and castle alike represent hidden gems of an history that goes back to the roots of human kind and are here to be discovered.

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Macerata overview

It is also called the Athens of the Marches The heart of the city is undoubtedly Liberty Square surrounded by the most beautiful buildings of Macerata..


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Montecassiano overview

The village of Montecassiano dominates the hill between the Monocchia river and the Potenza river.


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Fiastra overview

Fiastra Abbey was founded in 1142 by 12 Cistercensian Monks, it is surrounded by a natural environment that includes woods, a lake and two rivers.


Urbino views

Urbino overview

Urbino is about 30km from the Adriatic coast and is a picturesque Renaissance hill town. Urbino's historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


San Marino

San Marino overview

The Republic of San Marino is a microstate (61 sq. km) surrounded by Italy; it is said to be the oldest constitutional republic in the world. It lies between the borders of the regions Emilia Romagna and Marche, at only 10km from the Adriatic coast of Rimini.


Pesaro overview

Pesaro overview

Pesaro is famous for the Rossini Opera Festival, which every August brings in scene masterpieces of the composer and for the International Festival of New Cinema, held in June.


Cagli view

Cagli overview

Cagli is situated about 50km from Fano, on the Apennines hills in direction of Rome. Its history is 2000 years old and during the Roman age it was an important stronghold guarding the mountain pass which linked Rome to the Adriatic sea ports.


Gradara view

Gradara overview

Situated in the hinterland of Pesaro, not far away from the sea and since ever border land between the regions of Marche and Emilia Romagna; it stands on a hill ( 142m above sea level ) dominated by the majestic Rocca, surrounded by a small village and a double boundary wall.


Mondavio view

Mondavio overview

Mondavio is situated on a hill about 20km from the Adriatic coast, between the valleys of the river Metauro and Cesano; from here it is possible to see Mount Catria and Mount Nerone, the two highest peaks of the Apennines hills in the province of Pesaro-Urbino.


Senigallia view

Senigallia overview

Senigallia is in the province of Ancona, on the Adriatic coast, about 34km South of Pesaro. Its charm is tied to the clean sea, to its famous velvet beach, and to the vicinity of the historic centre, rich in monuments and history, to the sea.


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