Park of the 'Two Bridges'. Marina of Altidona

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Marina of Altidona
Viale Delle Querce, 63824 Marina di Altidona FM, Altidona, Province of Fermo, Marches, Italy. Maps, Gallery, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, Post, Twitter, Linkedin, Tripadvisor, Reviews.
Park of the 'Two Bridges' Marina of Altidona Copyright “All rights reserved” © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe visual storytelling.
Those looking for a green area remember the Park of the 'Two Bridges'. It is surrounded by ancient trees and has games for children. It is also crossed by the cycle path that connects with the beach and Pedaso la the bike path and bridge. 
At Altidona in the hills, one can see well preserved are the medieval walls of the castle. Also worth seeing is the Belvedere, a medieval lookout tower overlooking the Valle dell'Aso, and the table, attributed to Vincenzo Pagani, depicting the Madonna with Child, two saints and donor kept at the parish church. Villa Montana and the Roman cistern are located in the ancient district of Barbolano. Every year, in summer, there is "The festival of polenta with snails" to remember the frugality of peasant and village soup kitchens, even if over time it has been enriched with appetizing typical local dishes based on meat and fish.


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