From the natural terraces of Montecarotto you can admire a wonderful landscape, that ranges from the Adriatic Sea to the Pre-Apennines mountains.
Visit | The wonderful Town Walls, built in 1509 according to the plan of the Architect Albertino di Giacomo from Cremona, is one of the most interesting fortifications of the Esino Valley. Particularly remarkable is the polygonal tower with its open gallery and the cylindrical turret.
The Collegiate Church - built at the end of the XVIII century on the ruins of the Medieval Castle. Inside the church, you can admire the remarkable and wonderful “Virgin with the Angels” painted by Ramazzani (XVI century), “Mary Immaculate with the Saints” by Sarti (XVII century) and a beautiful wooden statue of Christ (XVII century). The church boasts also extremely precious ornaments and vestments and an organ dating back to the beginning of the XVIII century. Inside the Crypt of Maria Leonia Baldoni, there are several relics of saints and martyrs.
The Conventual Church of St. Francis – built in 1612 but consecrated firstly in 1803. Here you can admire a “Nativity” by Antonio Massi from Jesi (XVII century) and a bas-relief with the “Adoration of St. Francis”.[...]
The Communal Theatre [...]
The Mail Art Museum [...]
Festivals: National Festival of the Pasquella Songs – January 6 th
Exhibition-Market of the Marches’ wines- 1st week of July Meeting, wines exhibitions, tasting, art exhibitions, musicals and plays – 1st week of July
St. Placido Fair – Last Sunday of September