A list of what you shouldn't miss in #destinationazionemarche
The solid palace was built in the second half of the XVI century by marquees Ranieri Del Monte, a general in the army of duke Guidobaldo II Della Rovere. The building was then owned by the Gozze, Baldassini and Castelbarco Albani families.
The rear façade of the building opens up with a loggia upon a wide formal garden made up of two adjacent enclosures. In the first one there is the most ancient garden, which replays the XVI century plant, shaped by boxwood hedges which design four wide perimetral compartments. Two columns bearing busts mark the central axe, while at the center of the composition there is a water basin. The garden is delimited by a short terracing and a bottom wall, against which lean the greenhouses of citrus trees. Further ahead on the central axe there is another, most simple, cross-shaped garden.
OPENING TIME: Contacting the marquees is necessary to visit the gardn.
Pesaro - Teatro Rossini (Rossini Theatre), Pesaro and Gioachino Rossini, Pesaro - Colle San Bartolo – Giardini di Villa Imperiale (Gardens of Imperial Villa), Pesaro - Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, Science Museum L. Guidi and Valerio Observatory, Municipal Museums (Musei Civici) in Palazzo Mosca, Pesaro – Giardini di Villa Miralfiore (Villa Miralfiore Gardens), Natural Park of Monte San Bartolo, Pesaro - Museum of the Diocese, Pesaro - Museo della Marineria "W. Patrignani" (Nautical Museum)
Flavors and Craft:
Pesaro and Gioachino Rossini, Colli Pesaresi DOC, Pesaro - Herb Market, Pesaro - Public Markets, Pesaro - Renata Tebaldi, Pesaro city of ceramics
Cozy or wild beaches, the sea for all tastes
The Marche Region in Blue
A journey into the past
Art and Culture
The Museum Church itinerary in Pesaro and Urbino Province
Art and Culture Spirituality and Meditation
Nature lovers will not be disappointed in the Marche!
Parks and Active Nature