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The towns of Montefeltro are never real cities, but the town of Frontino – awarded the Orange Flag by the Italian Touring Club of the brand – is really small, indeed among the smallest in terms of number of inhabitants in all the Marche. So, there are many excellent reasons to stroll through the village, where the stones of the Mutino stream are the same ones used to pave the roads, build walls and towers, and serve as raw material for the Fountain created by the Turin artist Franco Assetto. Although Assetto is not very well known in Italy, it is worth noting that at the end of the 1950s, one of his works was acquired by the Museum of Modern Art in New York along with others by greats, such as Léger, Pollock and Rothko.

On the edge of the village, the aquatic environment of the Pontevecchio Mill has mediaeval charm, while a few kilometres away you absolutely must see the convent of Montefiorentino, with its chapel commissioned by the Conti Oliva. The Sasso Simone and Simoncello Interregional Park extends around Frontino, where the Pian dei Prati Wildlife Park stands out. In Frontino itself, the park organisation manages a multipurpose centre with a guesthouse.


61021 Frontino PU, Italia

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