A holiday in Senigallia also means the chance to visit the house where Pope Pius IX was born and to admire Perugino's painting of the Madonna on the Throne and Saints in the Church of the Grazie.
Senigallia is not only sea and culture though, it is also an excellent place to enjoy delicious Marche cuisine. Traditional and simple dishes comprising top-quality blue-fish and fine Verdicchio wine. One of the most famous is roast suckling pig accompanied by a glass of Lacrima di Morro d'Alba.
Just a few km from Senigallia are acclaimed Frasassi Caves and, less than one hour's drive away, Loreto, Urbino, Gradara and Gubbio. Fascinating and intriguing is the "Rotonda a mare", symbol of Senigallia as a holiday town and a virtually unique example of seaside architecture.