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Explore the Marche Region

The Hotel Tritone at Senigallia is your seaside hotel, strategically located for visiting a whole region and attending fantastic events, easy to get to by train, by car or on your motorbike or bike. As a couple, with your children or with friends, you’ll have a holiday in the Marches region you will never forget.
What’s more, from our hotel guests can book customised trips and guided tours even for small groups.

Ancona

the city consists of two separate parts, the old historic centre, with its medieval streets, steep slopes and steps, built on the slopes of the Guasco hill, with the Romanesque Cathedral of San Ciriaco (Saint Cyriacus) on its summit, and the modern part, which has grown up since the late 18th century. Visitors should not miss the Mole Vanvitelliana, the Palazzo del Governo, the Pinacoteca civica and the Galleria d'Arte moderna (historic and modern art galleries) and the Museo Archeologico Nazionale delle Marche (Marches Region National Archaeological Museum). A walk to the Passetto, ending with a long series of steps leading straight to the sea, is a must. Near Ancona are the Riviera del Conero seaside resort area, home to the Monte Conero Regional Park, and the Sanctuary of Loreto, one of Italy’s, and Europe’s most famous pilgrimage centres.

Ancona
Pesaro

Pesaro

visitors should not miss the Palazzo Ducale (Ducal Palace), the Pinacoteca (Picture Gallery), the Ceramics Museum and the birthplace of Gioacchino Rossini. The Rossini Opera Festival is held here in summer each year. Pesaro is near to Gradara, with the famous Castle which was the location of the famous love story between Paolo and Francesca, recounted by Dante in Canto V of “Inferno” of his “Divina Commedia”. Near Pesaro is the San Bartolo Marine Park, which can be visited by ferry from the sea or by the splendid scenic road that links the Marches region to Romagna, famous with cyclists and motorcyclists but also a favourite with walkers. In the hinterland is the Sasso Simone and Simoncello Park, a magnificent mountain area with fine trails.

Urbino

the city, still enclosed within the polygonal ramparts built in 1507, stands on two hills divided by the hollow occupied by the Piazza della Repubblica, one to the south east, with the Cathedral and Ducal Palace, and one to the north west, with Piazza Roma. Most of the buildings date from the XV and XVI Centuries. Urbino became a dukedom under the Montefeltro dynasty. It was the birthplace of Raphael and Bramante. It is now a famous university town. The Galleria Nazionale delle Marche (National Gallery of the Marches Region) is also well worth a visit. Not far from Urbino is San Leo, a delightful, perfectly preserved medieval town; Giuseppe Balsamo, known as the Count of Cagliostro, was imprisoned in its Fort and died there in 1795.

Urbino
Macerata

Macerata

the urban fabric of the old centre was all built during the XVI-XIX Centuries. The Sferisterio, a majestic neoclassical building where the Opera Season is held every year in summer, is well worth a visit. Recanati, birthplace of the poet Giacomo Leopardi, is not far from Macerata. Nature lovers may visit the Abbadia di Fiastra Nature Reserve at Urbisaglia and the Monti Sibillini Park, with its headquarters at Visso, which reaches all the way to the southern borders of the Marches region and contains lovely places like Lake Pilato.

Ascoli Piceno

this is a lovely medieval town standing on Roman remains. The Travertine stone used in their construction gives a particularly warm, mellow colour to the houses, palazzi, churches, bridges and towers, with some Renaissance additions. Another feature of artistic interest is provided by the paintings of the Venetian Carlo Crivelli, who headed a large workshop in the Region. Visitors should not miss the Pinacoteca Civica (City Art Gallery), the Palazzo Malaspina, the Palazzo dei Capitani del Popolo, the Loggia dei Mercanti and the city’s many squares.
The famous historical re-enactment of the Quintana (quintain) jousting game is held every summer.

Ascoli Piceno
Fermo

Fermo

the city retains its Renaissance layout intact. The Piazza del Popolo is one of the finest in the Marches region, its Pinacoteca (Art Gallery) contains the famous Rubens Adoration of the Shepherds, its Library has one of Italy’s finest collections of ancient books, and beneath the streets is one of the world’s most important complexes of Roman Cisterns, dating from the Augustan era. The Town Theatre, or “Teatro Comunale dell’Aquila”, is one of the Region's finest and largest.

We are customers for the past four years. Every season it confirms and strengthens our appreciation towards the Paialunga family that runs the hotel. Hospitality, accuracy and precision are the characteristics that distinguish them. The cleanliness and service are great. Girls this year room staff were of a gentleness and extreme professionalism.
Marianiin4 13-09-2015 - 20:48
Great website! I am loving it!! Will be back later to read some more.
Smithk199 29-04-2015 - 10:23
“Summer is ending and a(nother) year (spent at the Tritone) is drawing to its close.” Once again, this year we spent a week’s holiday with our family at the Hotel Tritone in Senigallia. After seven years of coming here without a break, we can really say we’ve chosen this excellent hotel as “our” home by the sea. Definitely so, because we feel at home every year, thanks above all to the family that’s been managing the hotel for so long (centuries, isn’t it, Maria Teresa?); they and their staff put you at your ease at once to ensure you have a great holiday. Don’t worry Silvia, I won’t forget to praise the spacious rooms, always clean, the excellent, varied cuisine (and in view of my size I’m quite a connoisseur) and the sumptuous breakfasts that awaits the guests every morning. And then the beach right outside the hotel, the bus passes provided free of charge by the management, the new bikes for clients’ use (but you have to pedal for yourself!). That’s enough; I feel as if I’m being sponsored by the Senigallia tourist board! But I’m not joking; it’s a great hotel and the people who run it are fantastic (we now look on them as friends); you can count on it for an ideal holiday. I advise you to try it, you won’t regret it.
FerraniaSV 25-03-2015 - 10:42
“I’ve seen the Madonnina” On holiday in Senigallia with our family this year as usual, we happened to book at the La Madonnina Country House, under the same ownership as the Hotel Tritone, our usual holiday location. What a pleasant discovery, a typical Marches region farmhouse, renovated as holiday accommodation, with just a few rooms tastefully furnished and with every amenity. But what really strikes you is the place, a green “sea” of spectacular natural surroundings with stunning views, especially in the morning and at sunset. It’s difficult to believe that this peaceful, tranquil place is just a few kilometres from the seafront (of the blue sea, of course). Try sitting under the large porch on the main front of the building and see if I’m not right. By the way, lunch and dinner are at the hotel in Senigallia, but I assure you that you’ll be happy to live on sandwiches just to stay in your chair on the porch. Stayed in August 2014, travelling with family
FerraniaSV 25-03-2015 - 10:42