Sirolo, art & culture

Discover Sirolo's history, art and culture

Sirolo sits on the Monte Conero's side, 125m above the Adriatic Sea. Every corner of the medieval towncenter with reveals beautiful and inspiring views.

"I Pini" archaeological site

The famous "Picenes Queen's tomb" was found in our archaeological site, with its circle of 40 metres diameter it's the largest aristocratic tomb ever discovered. A chariot and a horse-drawn carriage, two mules, furnishing and numerous ornaments were the Queen's funeral kit.

Teatro Cortesi

Built in 1908 "Teatro Cortesi" has 280 seats and it is a jewel of architecture and acoustics.

Teatro alle Cave

An abandoned quarry on Monte Conero becomes  a premium theater every year, from june to september. Since 1985 and with its 2500 seats it have hosted shows with the best italian artists within the wild nature of Monte Conero's natural park.

Chiesa di San Nicola di Bari

Built in the 18th century our main church stands in Piazza Vittorio Veneto, is flanked by an high tower topped by a dome-shaped-roof. Inside the church contains a 16th century wooden crucifix and a 18th century church organ recently renovated.

Chiesa di San Pietro al Conero

Near the Monte Conero's summit, its origins lie around the first half of the 11th century, when Benedictine monks built a monastery as a refuge. San Pietro al Conero has a basilica shape with three naves and marble-stone capitals adorn the columns with acanthus leaves, pine berries, flowers and animals.

Chiesa di S.S. Rosario

This church is located near the Gothic Arch that marks the town's southern entrance. Almost hidden among houses, the Baroque style Church was built in 1613.

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