Morro d'Alba is a small town of very ancient origins located between Senigallia and Jesi. It preserves many testimonies of the past and boasts a record: it is the only Italian fortified village to have a patrol walkway, the Scarpa, along all the walls, covered and flanked by arches. The most interesting tourist sites are: The Town Hall, which houses the art gallery with important works by Claudio Ridolfi, the Church of the SS. Annunziata (now the Auditorium), the Parish Church of San Gaudenzio, an example of Marche religious architecture from the second half of the 18th century, and the Utensilia Museum, which houses a large selection of agricultural tools and implements. Morro d'Alba's most famous product is the DOC Lacrima di Morro d'Alba wine obtained from the indigenous 'lacrima' grape variety, already known in Roman times.