Fano is a delightful medieval town to discover on your own or with your guide to learn about the history of the city ot the secrets of the underground city of 2000 years ago. You will appreciate its narrow streets and its secrets while walking or cycling, by day or by night.
Once again, the city of Fano has obtained the "Blue Flag" mark, a guarantee of the quality of sea water, beaches and services.
The beautiful promenade, full of restaurants, bars, cafes and ice-cream parlours invites its guests to taste the typical local dishes, such as the famous ";Brodetto";, a fish soup prepared with about 11 varieties of fresh fish, or the "Moretta"; a coffee with 3 liqueurs and a lemon rind...
What makes this city amiable and active are not only its historical beauties, its mostly cultural, musical, gastronomic events and its beaches, but also a long panoramic cycle-pedestrian path suitable for everyone, which goes all the way to Pesaro, the city of the great composer Gioacchino Rossini. . .
A "MUST" not to be missed is Urbino, a famous Renaissance city, which gave birth to the great painter Raffaello Sanzio, known as the great Raffaello and since 1998 declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco..
To dream and enjoy a wonderful view, Gradara and its castle, where the famous love story between Paolo and Francesca was born and mentioned by Dante in the Divine Comedy. Particularly in the month of August, Gradara is coloured by many events for adults and children.
And San Marino for shopping, San Leo, located between Urbino and Rimini, with its fortress, inaccessible from any side . . . In summer Senigallia lights up to the sound of Rock'n Roll with its popular Summer Jamboree Festival and while you are there why not visit some of the most beautiful medieval villages in Italy? Corinaldo, also known as ;"The Stage City"; and Mondavio, where time seems to have stood still, will welcome you to show you all their history and tell you their legends. Don't forget Acqualagna, famous for its truffles and organized excursions for truffle hunting, an experience dedicated to lovers of "the gold of the woods"...all this and still more....
The interior of the Province of Pesaro Urbino lends itself to splendid mountain bike excursions for mountainbike lovers of all levels: Furlo Gorge - Fossombrone - Urbino, Panoramica San Bartolo -Pesaro, MTB CAI Pesaro - San Bartolo and the other hills, Pesaro-Trebbiantico-Mombaroccio. . . these are just some of the many itineraries that can be covered.
All this and much more in Fano and its surroundings. By the way, since Fano is also known as Fanum Fortunae, or City of Fortune, a name dedicated to the temple of the cult of the goddess Fortuna, why not take advantage of it and try your luck? Who knows...
Happy holidays to all