SUMMER JAMBOREE - 8 DAYS OF ROCK'N ROLL, MEDIEVAL VILLAGES AND FLAVOURS OF MARCHE
International Festival of 40s & 50s American Music and Culture. The festival will play host to around 46 free concerts, and DJs will be playing music every day from 12pm (on the beach) until late (around 4am). But not everything stops in Senigallia, you will be led to the discovery of the surrounding villages and their typical products.
- Possibility to live a different summer between Rock'n Roll and authentic Marche cuisine;
- Book your place on the Summer Jamboree Dance Camp with the best Italian and international professionals to refine the fundamental styles of rock and roll and swing;
- Visit the largest underground karst system of Europe - the Frasassi Caves;
- Ancient villages that preserve their history and traditions with different and evocative landscapes;
- See the rolling hills from the countryside to the coast;
- Visit the typical local producers and buy the excellences of this region directly from their laboratories or cellars.
- Possibility to modify program and services according to your needs.
DAY 1: Arrival and check-in at the hotel in Senigallia. Free time at your leisure to explore the city of Senigallia or relax on the beach.
DAY 2: After breakfast you will leave for a day dedicated to the exploration of suggestive natural landscapes. You will begin with a visit to the Frasassi Caves, a masterpiece of nature, with the presence of huge stalactites, streams and underground lakes. Open to the public in 1974, they involved more than 10 million tourists. The visit lasts approximately 70 minutes, with the possibility for enthusiasts and experts of speleological and adventurous routes. The caves are located within the Regional Natural Park of the Gola della Rossa and Frasassi, one of the most beautiful protected areas of Le Marche, with an intact and lush nature, ideal for excursions. Inside there is also the Hermitage of Grottafucile, suggestively overlooking the Red Gorge. In the park you can visit some architectural gems in symbiosis with the surrounding landscape, such as the Chapel of Santa Maria Infra Saxa and the small temple of Valadier.
DAY 3: Free day at your leisure; you can relax on the beach, get to know the city better or take an optional trip.
DAY 4: Half a day to stroll and lose yourself on the narrow streets (vicoli) of one of the most beautiful medieval villages in Italy and taste authentic products from the Marche region. Perched on the hills, the village of Corinaldo preserves its walls and the intact fifteenth-century towers. The center, with its typically medieval character, is a succession of narrow streets and houses; the most characteristic glimpse is the Piaggia, also called the Cento Scale, which climbs straight up to the top of the hill. In Corinaldo lived and worked in the seventeenth century the Venetian painter Claudio Ridolfi, to whom the Civic Art Collection is dedicated. Afterwards, a visit to the winery with tasting of wines and typical local products.
DAY 5: Free day at your leisure.
DAY 6: After having recharged your energy with a hearty breakfast, you leave for Mondavio. Its imposing fortress was built on the highest point of the hill, which allowed the control of possible enemy raids from the coast to the Apennines - symbol of the city and built by one of the best exponents of military architecture: Francesco di Giorgio de Martini. The medieval fortress of Mondavio houses inside a rich armory, a torture room with screenplays with wax mannequins. The visit then continues in a craft workshop of pecorino cheeses inside a renaissance tuff cave home to the local artisan's work. Following will be the visit of an old workshop of terracotta where you will have the pleasure to see potters and artisans work clay from the local hills as in their forefather's time.
DAY 7: Free day for swimming and relax.
DAY 8: Breakfast and check-out. End of services.
ON REQUEST: Transfer and transports (hire car driver, car rental, coach car rental), organize guided tours, tour leader on site, booking of meals in local restaurants, possibility to extend the tour with other visits or experiences like trekking activity with an environmental guide, sailboat tours on Conero Coast, yoga, hiking or cooking classes.
1. URBINO - UNESCO HERITAGE SITE, the pride of Italian Renaissance and the birthplace of architect Bramante and artist Raffaello. Its Palazzo Ducale, the jewel of Italian Renaissance, has been home to the National Gallery of the Marche region since 1912. Urbino also hosts the Academy of Raffaello, countless churches each of significant importance, as well as the Fortress of Albornoz.
2. GRADARA - WINNER OF "THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ITALIAN VILLAGE" OF 2018 - an extraordinary urban and architectural combination. Discover the tragic love story of Paolo and Francesca caught in each other’s arms and killed by Francesca’s husband.
3. PESARO WITH A PANORAMIC RIDE IN SAN BARTOLO NATURAL PARK Pesaro is the birthplace of the reknown Italian composer Gioachino Rossini, noted for his operas, particularly his comic operas, of which The Barber of Seville (1816), Cinderella (1817), and Semiramide (1823).
San Bartolo is a unique seaside promontory to enjoy near Pesaro Steep cliffs plunge into the sea, while panoramic roads wend along the ridge, offering beautiful flora and breathtaking views.
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