Morro d'Alba

The Staging Area

The Equipped Area has 20 Camper sites, lighted, Loading, Unloading and Electricity.
Access is granted through a free magnetic card, which can be obtained from the Pro Loco Bar in the center of town.
The Area is situated in green surroundings with adjacent children’s playground, center and stores in close proximity.


Via degli Orti -60030 Morro d’Alba (AN)


N 43.602150, AND 13.212630


Tel: +390731 63010


All Services

Accesso gratuito

Free Entrance

Apertura annuale

Annual Opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Electrical Connection

Carico Acqua

Water Load

Scarico acque reflue

Waste Water Discharge

Scarico wc chimico

Empty-Cassette Service

Fondo asfaltato

Asphalt bottom

Accesso con sbarra

Controlled Input


Illuminated Area

Parco Giochi


Animali ammessi

Pets Allowed

Centro commerciale

Nearby stores

More Info

Morro d’Alba is a small town with very ancient origins located between Senigallia and Jesi, 200 meters above sea level. It preserves many vestiges of the past and is the only Italian fortified village to have a patrol walkway, the Scarpa, along all the walls, covered and lined with arches.

Beneath the city is a complex labyrinth of caves, dug over the centuries by the inhabitants, connected by tunnels, forming a kind of second underground city.

The most interesting tourist sites are: the Palazzo Comunale, which houses the picture gallery with important works; the Church of SS. Annunziata (now Auditorium); the Parish Church of San Gaudenzio, dating from the second half of the 18th century; and the Utensilia Museum, set up in the castle’s basement under the Scarpa, which boasts a large selection of tools and agricultural implements from the sharecroppers of the Marche region.

Morro d’Alba’s most famous product is the DOC Lacrima di Morro d’Alba wine made from the native lacrima vine and known since Roman times. It owes its name to the peculiar drop (called a teardrop) that emerges from the grape cluster when it ripens.

The main events that take place in Morro d’Alba throughout the year are: the “Lacrima Wine Festival,” held every first weekend in May; the “Cantamaggio,” which celebrates the advent of spring and the new agricultural season (every third weekend in May); and the “Festival of the Lacrima di Morro d’Alba and Acqualagna Truffle,” held every third weekend in October.


Ostra Vetere

San Marcello

Serra de' Conti

Useful Links

Municipality of Morro d'Alba

Pro Loco

Tour Guide

The Most Beautiful Villages in Italy

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