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"Grottammare, called the pearl of Adriatic, rich with vegetation composed of palms, eucalyptus, oleander trees and flowers is a lovely town situated in the center of the “Palm Riviera”.... "


Grottammare has been awarded with the Blue Flag since 1999 and is considered the “Pearl of the Adriatic sea” located in one of the most prestigious stretch of this coast. Restaurants, shops and craftsman’s laboratories liven up the old town with its antique and magic atmosphere and its breathtaking view over the coast.

Distinctive features of this lovely town located in the middle of the Palms Riviera are the Palms, the Oleanders and the Orange trees.

Grottammare is connected to San Benedetto del Tronto by a splendid walk along the beach side, for bicycle or pedestrians and is the ideal starting point in order to visit the evocative medieval towns of the Piceno area. Ascoli Piceno, the city made of travertine, Acquaviva Picena, Offida and Ripatransone are just few kilometres far and they all conserve perfectly their historical centres.

In Ripatransone you can find the narrowest alley in Italy, another interesting locations is Cupra Marittima and Amandola with Sibillini’s Park.

Grottammare has been a tourist destination for more than a century and every summer it fills up with tourists from all over Italy and more.

Among celebrities we remind the musician Franz Liszt, who spent their holiday in Grottammare in 1868. Every summer the classical musical “Festival Liszt” takes place in the old town in his honour and attract many fans.

The tiny old town has been the source of inspiration for many writers, painters and musicians , as well as home town of Pope Sixtus V born Felice Peretti in 1585 and also of the great carver Pericle Fazzini, author of the impressive and magnificent “Resurrection” in the Nervi hall in Vaticano.