Breakfast at B & B in Ancona Province

INN OF THE WOODPECKER (Bed and Breakfast)
Loreto (AN) Station Area
Viadelcampo (Bed and Breakfast)
Monte San Vito (AN)
WHEAT AND THE STARS (Bed and Breakfast)
Senigallia (AN) EVE HILL Zone
SWALLOW NEST (Bed and Breakfast)
Senigallia (AN) SANT'ANGELO
HOME AWAY FROM HOME B & B (Bed and Breakfast)
Senigallia (AN) Area motorway exit
PANORAMA (Bed and Breakfast)
Senigallia (AN) Cesano
GUNS BED & BREAKFAST (Bed and Breakfast)
Osimo (AN) SAN BIAGIO Zone campaign
ZARATAN (Bed and Breakfast)
Sirolo (NA) Area Centro
FLAT ROOF TILE (Appartament - AP)
Sirolo (AN) Area suburbs
HOUSE OF THE SUN AND THE MOON (Bed and Breakfast)
Ancona (AN)
AURORA (Bed and Breakfast)
Ancona (AN) Area Centro
IN THE HOUSE OF ART (Bed and Breakfast)
Castelplanio (AN) Area Centro
GIULIO VILLA B & B (Bed and Breakfast)
Monsano (AN)
BED & BREAKFAST Bellafiora (Bed and Breakfast)
Osimo (AN) SANTO STEFANO
DOREMI (Bed and Breakfast)
Osimo (AN) Area Collina HOBBY overview
CATHEDRAL (Appartament - AP)
Ancona (AN) Area Centro
THE CENTER (Bed and Breakfast)
Ancona (AN) Area Centro
THE TASTE OF HOME (Bed and Breakfast)
Ancona (AN) Zone center
Agriturismo Le Bucoliche (Farmhouse - Country House)
Osimo (AN) SANTO STEFANO Zone campaign
BY ROBY B & B (Bed and Breakfast)
Corinth (AN)
IL COLLE (Bed and Breakfast)
Serra San Quirico (AN) Area Centro
BREAKFAST IN THE GARDEN (Bed and Breakfast)
Jesi (AN)

BED AND BREAKFAST VILLA GIGLI (Bed and Breakfast)
Sirolo (NA) Area Centro

Ancon

The City

".. A few windows are reflected stralucente eyes. Then if it passes a cloud, zebra turns into a kneeling camel, and he expects to see him turn up at any moment, with the canopy of San Ciriaco on the hump, the saint who leans dress Rajah "(Dino Garrone Myth Ancona in Etruscan Smile)

* The town is characterized by alternating bands of hills and valleys, directly overlooking the sea, including the Guasco hill on which stands the Cathedral, the Colle dei Cappuccini with Faro, Monte Cardeto with its fortifications immersed in the green park the same name. Farther south lies the valley once called Piana degli Orti, today crossed by the three main courses and Viale della Vittoria.
To the south of this valley there is then the second range of hills, with the Astagno hill, on which stands the Citadel, a large green lung in the city. The hill of Santo Stefano, with the Pincio park, Monte Clean, with the head of the Admiralty, Monte Pelago, with a small astronomical observatory, and finally the Monte Santa Margherita, overlooking the sea, occupied its slopes in North Park Passetto. The valley is still in the South Valley is made up of Miano and Piano San Lazzaro, occupied by the district of the same name, the only flat city. Even in the south range of hills devices and finally the valley of the Plans of Baraccola [ more .. ].

Kitchen

# The universally recognized symbol of the culinary traditions of Ancona is the stockfish all'anconetana celebrated by recurring events during the year and protected by a special academy. Featuring a delicious fragrance, from a long cooking, the presence of potatoes into large pieces and an abundance of wine and olive oil mill.

Mussels and anemones on the bottom of Portonovo (Ancona).

After the stockfish the other king of the kitchen is the Anconitana mosciolo, local name of the mussel or mussel, which is bred in these parts, but you are fishing on natural reefs. Recently, the "mosciolo Portonovo" was recognized as "protected designation of origin product." During the summer, a typical sight of the high coast Anconitana is the large number of people fishing for mussels in apnea, clean them on the shore with equipment manufactured by hand, cook them in various ways (you do pasta sauces, prepare breaded, grilled or simply marinara (tarantina), with garlic parsley and lemon, taste them in large tables on the beach with friends and family. [ more .. ]

Sources: # Wilkipedia

* Municipality of Ancona


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