International Festival of brodetto and fish soups

For taste lovers, not to be missed is the Festival of “brodetto” (a typical fish stew) and fish soups in september, where in an "International Competition of Brodetto” , well known chefs from all over Italy and abroad will discuss about culinary themes with a unique formula. This all happens in the city of Fano (ancient and noble Fanum Fortunae), an equipped seaside resort and a marina, with an old town center rich in art of different eras: Roman, Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque.

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The Attractions of Fano

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Discover the attraction Fano - Nautical Club Viviani

Fano - Nautical Club Viviani

The Club Nautico Fanese G.Vivani A.s.d. is located on the western beach of Fano (Lido Beach). It was founded at the beginning of the 21th century; since...

Discover the attraction Marina dei Cesari - Fano

Marina dei Cesari - Fano

"Marina dei Cesari" has a total capacity of 450 boats and is located within the port of Fano, just north of the new dock. It's a just a short walk from the...

Discover the attraction Fano - The Malatestiana Fortress

Fano - The Malatestiana Fortress

The Malatestiana Fortress is situated at the northern corner of Fano's Roman wall, which presumably embeds a tower. The structure was already in use in the...

Discover the attraction Circolo Windsurfing Fano

Circolo Windsurfing Fano

Along the coast different sports can be practiced: windsurf, water skiing, sailing, scuba diving, kitesurfing, swimming and beach volley. The sea, with its rich...

Discover the attraction Mediateca Montanari - MeMo

Mediateca Montanari - MeMo

Mediateca Montanari stands on a very important site of Roman Fano. It is a wide area surrounded by “Portici” having colums made of brick, where the...

Discover the attraction Fano: The Montanari audiovisual library

Fano: The Montanari audiovisual library

The Montanari audiovisual Library is housed in a building which was designed by Giuseppe Balducci. He recycled the materials coming from the demolished convent...