Urbisaglia is a small walled town in the vicinity of which the traces of an ancient Roman city are still clearly visible, as can be seen in the archaeological park Urbs Salvia. This park covers about 40 hectares and is the most important and spectacular in the Marche region. An extremely valuable testimony of the territory's past, it presents a visit route that descends along the hill and allows visitors to grasp the structure of the Roman city that, starting from the hill of San Biagio, slopes down to the valley floor. In the park you can visit the Reservoir, the Theatre, the Niche Building, the Temple-Criptoporticus complex dedicated to the Salus Augusta and the Amphitheatre built by Lucius Flavius Silva. More recent history, on the other hand, is recounted in the nearby Cistercian Abbey of S. Maria di Chiaravalle di Fiastra, which includes the Museum of Rural Civilisation, the Archaeological Museum and the Wine Museum.