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The itinerary takes in the entire eastern riviera of Fano and the overlooking hills.
Suitable for expert cyclists trained for 80 kilometres routes and over. A fascinating tour, plenty of ups and downs without any difficult climbs.


How to reach Marotta:
From the Coast: autostrada A14, Marotta Exit • follow road signs for “mare” 
From Inland: S.p. 424 Cesanense

Start:      The tour starts from Marotta at the Piazza Roma roundabout between the main Marotta traffic lights and the sea.

Here, there is a car park, public telephone, fountain and a number of tourist establishments.
km. 0      Starting from the roundabout: take the road that runs parallel to the beach (lungomare Colombo), turning right onto the cycle track (south).
km. 3      Pass under the railway bridge at the traffic lights.
km. 3,2   At the stop sign, turn left onto the S.S. 16. After 100 m, turn right towards Mondolfo.
km. 5,3   Turn right into via Campanella (side road). After 70 m, there is a fountain on the right.
km. 7,0   At the stop sign, cross the S.S. 424. Continue straight-on towards S.Costanzo [⬆️34]. The road starts to climb gently.
km. 11,6 At the stop sign, turn right towards San Costanzo.
km. 12,7 At the stop sign, turn left towards San Costanzo (S.p. 16). Enter San Costanzo [⬆️150].
km. 13,5 The road runs alongside the town walls. Turn left towards Orciano. The road passes through a succession of villages:
Cerasa [⬆️161], Piagge and S.Giorgio di Pesaro [⬆️212]. Continue towards Orciano di Pesaro.
km. 30,5 Orciano di Pesaro [⬆️264]. Continue along the main road.
km. 31,9 At the stop sign, turn left. Branch off to the right to visit the old centre of Orciano di Pesaro.
km. 34,6 Barchi. Short distance to the old centre [⬆️319]. Follow the walls.
km. 40,4 At the crossroads, turn left for Fratterosa.
km. 41    At the crossroads, turn right for Reforzate.
km. 41,6 After Reforzate [⬆️321] there is a short but dangerous downhill stretch. At the next stop sign, turn left.
km. 43,3 S.Ippolito. On leaving the village, the road starts going down towards Fossombrone.
km. 45,8 Take maximum care. At the crossroads, turn right towards the dual carriageway (Superstrada). Bottom of the hill [⬆️103].
km. 47,3 Pian di Rose. After the village, continue straight on. Don't turn left to the industrial zone!
km. 50    Turn right towards Montemaggiore al Metauro.
km. 50,9 At the stop sign, turn left towards Calcinelli. At the next crossroads, turn right towards Montemaggiore al Metauro.
km. 52,1 At the crossroads, turn left towards Orciano di Pesaro.
km. 53,7 At the stop sign, turn left towards Montemaggiore al Metauro.
km. 56,1 At the stop sign, turn right towards Montemaggiore al Metauro. The road starts to climb.
km. 57,2 Continue straight-on towards the townhall “municipio” (the old centre of Montemaggiore is on the left). At the next stop sign, turn left [⬆️175].
km. 60,1 At the stop sign, turn left towards Fano.
km. 65,8 At the crossroads, turn left for Caminate.
km. 69,2 In Caminate, turn left at the crossroads towards Fano, downhill.
km. 73,8 At the stop sign, turn left towards Fano [⬆️30].
km. 74,4 After a bar, turn right onto the “strada comunale di Ponte Alto”. Continue along this road.
km. 77,6 Turn left before the bridge towards the S.S. 16. Turn right at the stop sign on the S.S.16.
km. 78,9 Leave the S.S.16. Turn left and take the underpass in the direction of Torrette di Fano. Go through the underpass,
then turn immediately left alongside the car park. At the stop sign, turn left towards Marotta.
km. 83,6 After a long straight stretch alongside the railway line, turn left at the stop sign towards the sea (“mare”).
At the stop sign, turn right onto the cycle track and cycle for 1 km until reaching the roundabout where the tour started (Km 84.5).

tourist information

Sant’Ippolito ⬆️246 ➡️30
Sant'Ippolito is an ancient fortified hamlet standing on a hill on the right bank of the Metaurus River. It was here where, starting from the XIV Century, expert stone-cutters began working the magnificent sandstone from the town's quarries, which had been used as far back as Roman times. The craft, however, slowly declined until it disappeared completely at the start of the nineteen hundreds. Today, with the opening of the Stone Cutting Art Museum (Museo d'Arte degli Scalpellini), this artistic craft is slowly being revived. 
Information: Museo d'Arte degli Scalpellini, tel. 0721 728144; Tourist Office, tel. 0721 728329.

Montemaggiore al Metauro ⬆️197 ➡️29
From its position on top of a wooded hill, this town of ancient origins dominates the entire right hand bank of the Metaurus River. In 1944, it was the setting for armed conflict between the retreating German troops and the advancing allies along the so-called “Gothic Line”. The panorama from the bastions of the city walls over the Metaurus valley and towards the coastal strip is breathtaking. Today, Montemaggiore is well-known for its cultivation of chrysanthemums, its precious Bianchello del Metauro white wine and its cheeses. The seventeenth century Palazzo Comunale stands in the town square. Further up stands the Torre Civica, destroyed during the last war it has since been completely rebuilt according to the original plans, and the parish church of S.Maria del Soccorso, which dates back to the fourteen hundreds. Places to visit include the Metaurus River History Museum (Museo Storico del Fiume Metauro). 
Information: Tourist Office, tel. 0721 895312.

Orciano di Pesaro ⬆️264 ➡️26
Today, the town has the appearance of a single built-up area that unites an ancient castle, with its two slender bell towers, and a more recent development. Just past the rather austere entrance to the town, dominated by the tall and dome roofed Torre Civica, stands the church of S.Maria Nuova, one of the most beautiful renaissance buildings in the Marche region. The church has a stone portal which, as tradition would have it, was designed by Raffaello Sanzio and a beautiful belltower, rebuilt in 1492 together with the church itself by Baccio Pontelli. 
Information: Tourist Office, tel. 0721 977071.
A Dynasty of Trade

Tenuta del Monsignore has its business center in San Giovanni in Marignano in the province of Rimini, on a gentle hill overlooking the sea. It covers an area of about 135 hectares, of which about 85 are vineyards and 13 are olive groves. The wines and extra virgin olive oil derive exclusively from grapes and olives of our production. The cellar is adjacent to the main house which still incorporates the remains of the old cellar from the first half of the 1800s. The current structure is an example of a combination of tradition and advanced technology.

Modern vacuum presses beautifully emulate the softness of our grandparents' feet, while rigorous control of the temperature of the wine in all its phases is fundamental for us in order to obtain product quality. All processes are followed with great care by us.

The characteristics of the land, the position, the exposure, the microclimate, combined with our centuries-old experience, have favored the birth of high quality wines, deriving from the choice of limiting the quantity of grapes per vine, as well as from the type of " free cordon ”, which does not force the shoots to be tied on the threads. The sun and air, in this way, easily penetrate inside the vegetation, favoring optimal ripening.

Over 15 hectares of land are cultivated by us with olive groves, obtaining a production of high quality extra virgin olive oil with the traditional method of cold pressing, with stone millstones. Our fields also host beehives from which we obtain natural and genuine honey.

At our facility it is possible to taste all our products and, for those who wish, buy them directly.


DEPARTURE from Palazzo del Turismo
61011 Gabicce Mare PU

Continue in the direction of Viale della Vittoria
2 min (700 m)

⬆️ Proceed south from Viale della Vittoria towards Via Giuseppe Verdi
350 m

At the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on Viale della Vittoria
350 m

Take Provincial Road 47 and Via Gambadoro towards Via Pietrafitta in Santa Maria In Pietrafitta
8 min (5.1 km)

⬆️At the roundabout, go straight to stay on Viale della Vittoria
Go through 2 roundabouts
800 m

➡️Turn right and take Provincial Road 47
Go through the roundabout
1.3 km

➡️At the roundabout, take the 1st exit and take Via S. Giovanni Marignano
1.0 km

↖️Via S. Giovanni Marignano turns slightly left and becomes Via Gambadoro
1.9 km

⬆️Continue on Via Pietrafitta. Drive in the direction of Via Patarino
2 min (800 m)

At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and take Via Pietrafitta
500 m

⬆️Continue on Via Patarino
➡️Your destination is on the right
290 m

Tenuta del Monsignore F.lli Bacchini
Via Patarino, 154,
(Loc. Santa Maria Pietrafitta)
47842 San Giovanni In Marignano RN