Monte San Vito


ID: #13625
Type: Receptivity
Città Monte San Vito (AN)
Location: Senigallia, Corinaldo and Frasassi
Area: Monte San Vito (AN)
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What to see in Monte San Vito:

The Collegiate Church of St. Peter the Apostle;

Palazzo Malatesta;

Civic Tower;

La Fortuna Theater;

Church of the Clarisse.

Where to sleep in Monte San Vito: Hotel, Residence, Farmhouses, Country House, Bed and Breakfast (choose the recommended structure in the left column)

Distance from the sea: 13 Km

How to get to Monte San Vito by car: From North and South: Take the A14 motorway (from the north in the direction of Ancona and from the south in the direction of Naples), exit at Ancona Nord, follow the direction Jesi-Fabriano-Rome, continue on the SS 76, exit towards Jesi est, turn onto the SP 76 and follow the direction to Monte San Vito.

How to get to Monte San Vito by train: The recommended railway stations are those of Falconara Marittima and Chiaravalle on the Ancona-Rome line. Continue with the Conerobus Bus Lines (

How to get to Monte San Vito by bus: Conerobus bus services (

How to get to Monte San Vito by plane: Ancona Falconara Airport (10 Km).


For families with children and strollers, it is possible to visit the city on foot.

The city is accessible partly to disabled people.



Municipality of Monte San Vito

via Matteotti, 2 60037 Monte San Vito (AN)

Switchboard: 071.748931

Fax: 071.7489334



Monte San Vito stands on a hill and looks towards the Adriatic Sea in the province of Ancona in the Marche.

Monte San Vito is famous for the production of olive oil.

The ancient village is surrounded by ancient walls and preserves: The Collegiate Church of St. Peter the Apostle, with the church in Baroque style and surmounted by a large dome covered with lead slabs that dominates the whole village and the surrounding landscape. The plan is a Latin cross with a single nave and enriched by side chapels. There are paintings by Giovanni Lazzarini, Filippo Bellini and a canvas depicting the Virgin with Child attributed to the School of Perugino.

The Malatesta Palace, seat of the Municipality, was erected in the fifteenth century with the tower above the civic tower.

Monte San Vito also offers the opportunity to visit the splendid La Fortuna Theater built in the place where once stood an old mill. Same fate for the ancient oil mill adjacent to the ancient village that was transformed into a church, Church of the Clarisse, after the Napoleonic suppressions was used as an exhibition and conference room.

Ultime da Monte San Vito