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The port town of Senigallia on Italy’s Adriatic Coast is a scenic, historic city with plenty of things to do, from medieval sites to beaches with modern amenities and museums. Those looking to just relax in the sun with soft sand and clear waters have come to the right place. Spots like Bagni Gisella, Stabilimento balneare Baia Canaria and Spiaggia di Velluto – Danza Sportiva offer elegant beachfront relaxation with warm waters. For history fans, a visit to Rocca Roveresca allows exploration of a former duke’s fortress dating to the 15th century.

Visitors will find lots of museums to explore here as well, including the Museo Nori de’Nobili and Musinf, both of which showcase visual arts in a variety of media over hundreds of years of history. Other museums showcasing local history include the Bastione Sant’Anna, Museo Cvico Cittadino, and Museo del Giocattolo Antico Teatro Fatati. Family fun can also be found here at spots like Mini Gran Prix, where kids will enjoy steering mini cars.

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