The centre of the town still preserves the urban plan of the ancient medieval castle with houses built in the typical, white Conero stone and narrow alleyways surrounded by the city walls.
The central piazza is very well looked after and was stylishly restored at the end of the 1990s. It’s like a huge terrace balcony.
It is at the lively heart of the town and is the stage for numerous events and shows.
A daytime walk through the Piazza and along Corso Italia re-evokes the atmostphere of an ancient, lively village filled with tempting food and gift shops selling home made and locally produced products such as ceramics, paintings, clothes, jewelery and lots, lots more.
In the evening the piazza transforms into an elegant lounge with its ice-cream parlours and open air, seafood restaurants.
It is the “ place to go” on the Riviera…I highly reccommend it