The Cantinone Bed and Breakfast and Holiday Apartments are just a short 30 minute drive to five or six different beaches. There are many to choose from so see our feature on beaches suitable for young families to visit near Cantinone B&B and Apartments.
The caves and the area around the caves offer a wonderful day out for children. Even young children are fascinated by the beautiful and enormous caves. Teenagers may be interested in the caving trips where they can experience a real adventure as they are taken away from the tourist trail and have to get dirty!. For more information read our feature on the Frasassi Caves for families to visit near Cantinone B&B and Apartments.
Take a walk around the historic centre of Cupramontana with our Tourist Guide which is downloadable from our site. See the panel on the right side of this page. Find the Roman Cistern is in Cupramontana, and the meaning of the pattern of coloured flagstones on the Piazza 4 November.
With trails adapted for children from 5 years old up to even adults, the Cingoli Adventure Park is a wonderful destination for all the family to enjoy. Just 10kms from the Cantinone B&B and Holiday Apartments, teh Adventure Park is located at Cingoli Lake. Read here the Adventure Park website (in Italian).
Between Apiro and Cingoli lies the man-made lake called Lago Di Cingoli or Lago Castriccioni which was built to create a fresh-water resource for Rome. There is a large damn holding back acres of water, which has resulted in a pleasant location for walking, swimming, canoeing and eating at many small restaurants nearby. It is also a great place to go for a picnic with good facilities. Lago Di Castriccioni in Italian
Fabriano has a lovely historic centre to explore, and two fascinating places to visit. Not stuffy museums but real hands-on experiences of making paper the way it was made 600 years ago. For more information read our feature on visiting the Museum of Paper Making at Fabriano near Cantinone B&B and Apartments.
While in Fabriano be sure not to miss the Bicycle Museum. Here your children can discover how tradesmen travelled from one village to another to perform a business, long before Amazon and shopping malls existed. For more information read our feature on visiting the Working Bicycle Museum at Fabriano near Cantinone B&B and Apartments.
To get away for family fun and to expend a bit of energy there is a Ten Pin Bowling alley in Jesi, just 25 minutes away from the Cantinone Bed and Breakfast and Holiday Apartments. There is always something to do on a rainy day here in Le Marche! Read here the Paradise Centre Bowling in Jesi (in Italian).
Perhaps not for everyone, but teenage boys with a passion for paintball, or who would like to try it, can visit the Camp Phoenix SoftAir Dromo is situated in the comune of Urbisaglia (Province of Macerata), in the Marches, Italy.
Battlegrounds and paintfights at a site near Jesi.
Nearby is the Paradise Playground offering other activities for any people not interested in paint balling!
Osimo and Camerino both contain underground caves and passages to explore. read about the Mysterious Underground Caves at Osimo.
There are many Roman sites to explore near the Cantinone, the largest being the Archaeological Park of Urbs Salvia is situated in the comune of Urbisaglia (Province of Macerata), in the Marches, Italy.
The Archaeological Park of Urbs Salvia is exceptional on account of the ease with which the overall building plan can be seen. There is an excellent museum of treasures and discoveries at the site.
Other Roman sites can be found at Sassoferrato (Sentinium), at Castellone Di Suasa, Cagli, Cingoli, Fano, Ascoli Picano and San Severino Marche (Septempeda).
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