What to see in Senigallia in a weekend

Visit Senigallia in winter

Senigallia is a city to be discovered slowly, especially in winter when its golden beach seems dormant while waiting for the summer energy.

A city to explore through the five senses

Taste: what to eat in Senigallia

The fish market of Senigallia is located directly on the harbor between the moored vessels where the fish is presented in wooden banquets from which it can be purchased at kilometer zero . Here we can perceive the well-rooted maritime tradition of Senigallia that moves directly from the market to the local cuisine.

The sea is like a vegetable garden and like the fruits of a tree the fish are also available seasonally

Choosing seasonal fish is to the benefit of the environment and its balance, always of quality is – moreover – cheaper. Gallinelle di mare, mullet, cicadas and snails are some of the protagonists in seasonal dishes that can be tasted in the restaurants of the city. Here in Senigallia, in addition to traditional recipes, chefs indulge themselves by creating imaginative dishes with unforgettable flavors.

Some examples? Cicala di mare or mullet sushi, rolls of chicken in bacon or the legendary and tasty snails, a slow appetizer , to be enjoyed with patience.

Vista: what to see in Senigallia

Step by step, this short itinerary will take you to visit some of the highlights that make Senigallia so special.

This is the link to view the itinerary on the phone-> Google map

A thousand words are worth less than a picture

Palazzetto Baviera is a fifteenth-century palace, overlooking Piazza Del Duca, built by the will of Giovanni Giacomo Baviera. The extraordinary nature of this place is undoubtedly represented by the beautiful stuccoes of Federico Brandani that adorn the vaults of five rooms of this building.

Senigallia is considered a city of photography. “The deceived Reality ” is a wonderful exhibition by Ferruccio Ferroni, Mario Giacomelli and Aristide Salvalai, where every shot excites the visitor, projecting him on a journey between present and past, between shadows and reflections. This exhibition is located in Palazzo del Duca

This city is also famous for the Summer Jamboree : the biggest European music festival dedicated to the forties and fifties. Every year the whole city returns to that period between period clothes, concerts and dances. If you want to take a dip in those years, I recommend visiting the Graffiti Store (Via Corfù 3) of Angelo: the artistic director of the Jamboree.

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