Senigallia: the Marche region for families and sports enthusiasts

One of the first towns on the Adriatic Coast to permanently lose its “Romagna accent”, Senigallia is known for its velvet beach, stretching along 13 kilometres of calm and clean sea, recognised with the prestigious Blue Flag award on more than one occasion. Families are welcome in a city that offers a range of attractions for sports enthusiasts – from wind surfing to water skiing – but also for lovers of culinary tourism and outings between the folds of history. In particular, the delightful town centre preserves testimonies of the Renaissance and boasts the famous “Portici Ercolani” arcade – home of the “Fiera Franca” exhibition – and the Foro Annonario, where the fish and herbs market is still held.