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Sant Elpidio A Mare, Sant'Elpidio a Mare

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  • Whatever is lovely to walk after he walked in the front door, through the narrow streets of the historic center of Sant'Elpidio a Mare. The medieval village, contrary to what one might think, it is by no means a seaside (seaside is Porto Sant'Elpidio). It rises in the marches on a hill that dominates the campaign, the Conero riviera and in the distance you can see the Sibillini mountains. A beautiful village full of palaces, churches, artisan shops. In recent days, coinciding with the gastronomic event <Tipicità marche="">I had the pleasure of meeting the leaders of the noble Contrada of San Giovanni in August every year participates <Palio del="" secchio="">. The district takes its name from the Church of the Benedictine monastery dedicated to Saint John. And here, in their seats, I was privileged to participate in the medieval banquet prepared for the occasion. Charming, traditional dishes, music of the time, courtesy and friendliness on the part of numerous costumed characters involved. Delicious appetizers: ciauscolo, liver sausage, pecorino and cup salad of Castelsantangelo sul Nera. Yummy beans with pork rind, peasant-style tripe, chickpeas and the bruschetta with herbs. By applause the first dish: the maccheroncini di Campofilone pasta sauce and the chicken farmer in potacchio with mixed salad. Last but not least, the donut with vin cotto. What else to add? Simply chapeau. Long live the Contrada di San Giovanni. (GIUSEPPE CASAGRANDE)</Palio> </Tipicità>
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  • I wandered in there while I was passing and I was fine after eating and I did advise the operators on the daily menu board this task even to my friends and I will be back soon
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  • I came to visit this village with my partner who already knew him. What can we say? Beautiful!! Its districts, streets, the beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. not to mention the churches! The collegiate church is beautiful and contains an altar dedicated to our Lady of Loreto 1702 that takes up an entire wall! Pity that the village is little known. because it really is a gem to visit!
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