"The Creator made Italy from designs by Michaelangelo", these words belong to Mark Twain, who was a famous American author and humorist.
Lovely Nest on Adriatic Coast
Senigallia (in Old Italian it is Sinigaglia ) is a comune and port town in the Marche region of the province of Ancona on Italy's Adriatic coast. Senigalia was established in the 4th century BC by the Gallic tribe of the Senones. All the town is spread out along the coast the river Misa, which flows through the town and forms a small port. Senigallia used to hold one of the largest fairs in Italy, which dated originally from 1200; this fair used to be visited by merchants from Europe, which tell a lot about the importance of the town from the old times. Nowadays the town has quite a modern appearance with wide streets and lot of beautiful buildings.
Best Quality and Price Value
Senigallia has to offer a large number of cheap hotels. You can get free Wi-Fi and comfortable rooms in hotels in Senigallia. Usually you can find cheap hotels which offer free and tasty breakfast as well as free parking place and more services. You will meet a friendly staff in Sanigallia hotels and will have one of the best holiday ever. One of the easiest way to find hotels in Sanigalia is to explore online. If not, choose one of these options: Hotel Moretti, Hotel Fiorella or B&B casa fuori casa.
Nice Places for Every Kind of Traveler
If you are looking for a romantic, charming or family-friendly place to stay, Sanigallia hotels definitely have to offer a lot. Peaceful and relaxing atmosphere as well as great service and nice staff will make your holiday one of the best you ever had. You can find a lot of nice places to stay just near the beach with picturesque views. A lot of great options can be found online or you may choose from one of the hotels in the list: Il grano e le stelle B & B, Locanda Strada della Marina, Locanda Olivi or Ambasciatori Hotel.
Lots of Attractions for Everyone
Sennigallia attracts with beautiful architecture sites and sandy beaches. Actually, the sand in Sanigalia is uncommonly soft and that is why the town is also known as Spiaggia di Velluto" ("Velvet beach"). The beach of Senigallia attracts not only with its great sand, but also with a recently renovated Palazzo Comunale, from the 17th century, where the visitors can enjoy the music and have a drink. Summer Jamboree is a summer a free-to-all openair festival which takes place in Senigalia. They can transform your looks to 1950's Italian style at the festival and of course it suggests a lot of nice music and large number of dancing stages there. Sanigallia has to offer a lot for architecture lovers as well, as there are several historical sites in the town such as Rocca Roveresca - castle of Gothic origin or Santa Maria delle Grazie - one of the only two churches attributed to Baccio Pontelli.