Fermo is an ancient Roman colony, with numerous castles and monuments to visit, starting Piazza del Popolo, a Renaissance place where there is the “Assunta’s Cavalcata” in August 15th , the most ancient Palio of Italy, the first edition was published in 1182. The main building in the Piazza del Popolo is the Palazzo dei Priori, that today is home the Town Hall, the Art Gallery, the Library and Hall of the Globe. Equally interesting is Piazzale del Girifalco the views of the city, where you can admire the profile of the Sibillini Mountains and the Adriatic sea. Near the cathedral, you can also visit the Aquila Theatre, the historic theater of Fermo. In the rest of the province they are scattered archaeological remains of Piceni and Romans, abbeys, churches, medieval towers and palaces; starting from Grottazzolina and Belmonte, where is a center for processing amber. Roman remains are in Fermo called “Cisterne”, and you can also see Falerone and Monte Rinaldo, where a there is a Hellenistic temple. Along the coast there are Porto Sant’Elpidio, Lido di Fermo, Porto San Giorgio, Marina Palmense, Marina di Altidona, and Pedaso. On the promontory, it stands the village of Torre di Palme, originally fortification, then urban settlement tight around churches and convents, which offers stunning views of the sea.