Unmissable tourist sites
Fermo Travel guide
Fermo : Michelin's recommendations
Overlooking the sea and surrounding countryside, Fermo was once a prosperous Roman colony. The town experienced a golden age during the Middle Ages and Renaissance period, when many of the splendid churches and monuments that can still be admired today were built. Fermo's traditional craft of shoe-making is still an important industry for the modern town.
Tourist attractions Fermo : Things to see and do
V. degli Aceti I - 63023 Fermo
This was an enormous project undertaken in the 1C AD, a water reservoir for the town and the port composed of 30 interconnected tanks with a combined surface area of 2 000m2.
Palazzo dei Priori I - 63023 Fermo
This art gallery unites a lovely collection of works by the Marches and the Venetian school. The most important being Lu Marguttu , a wooden statue of a Saracen which was used as a tournament target, Tales of Saint Lucy by Jacobello del Fiore (1..
Corso Cefalonia I - 63023 Fermo
This the main thoroughfare of the old town is bordered by two lovely Renaissance palaces (Azzolino and Vitali Rosati) and Matteucci tower which dates back to the 13C.
Via Vittorio Veneto 8 I - 63900 Fermo
This 7-storey building is located in the centre of Fermo, 5 km from the sandy beaches of the Adriatic coast. The hotel offers a furnished terrace, and air-conditioned accommodation with private balcony. The rooms come with work desk, minibar, and TV..
piazza Piccolomini 3, al lido I - 63023 Fermo
via Girardi 1, località Casabianca I - 63023 Fermo
There's a spacious free car park just in front of this elegant restaurant, which is decorated with contemporary art work. Fish dishes based on traditional Adriatic specialities take pride of place with numerous specials announced daily at the table.