One of the most important centers of the Italian Renaissance. An historic city, home of Unesco and a university center, nestled among the hills of Montefeltro. A few kilometers from Casale di Nicolò, you can visit its museums, the Palazzo Ducale, the Duomo, and the many sights that characterize it.
Pesaro-Urbino province is scattered of little and suggestive villages of medieval origins and ancient strongholds which awaits to be visited every day thanks to their alleys and landscapes. The most famous are: Gradara, Mondaino, Mondavio and many more.
One of the most important and ancient places of pilgrimage of the Catholic world. City to visit also for non-religious people, located in a little upland where stands out the majestic and famous Basilica. Here you can see an amazing landscape , from Mare Adriatico to Monte Conero and Appennino umbro-marchigiano, too.
San Marino and San Leo
The first one is an actual state, where you can visit the ancient village inside the walls and the modern city which developed around them.
San Leo, not less important and suggestive, is on the contrary a little and delightful village located on a rock of Valmarecchia, in the province of Rimini.