Porto San Giorgio is a small city in the Province of Fermo, in the Marche region of Italy.
It is really Bella Citta
Located on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Now it’s pleasant seaside resort with a small working port.
13th century fortress Tiepolo with towers. Stands near the town’s central square. Was built by Lorenzo Tiepolo, later Doge of Venice.
But the town’s main attractions are its fish and its attractive beaches. There are plenty of moderately priced restaurants serving brodetto (the Marche fish stew) to choose from.
To the south of Porto San Giorgio is Pedaso, the Marche’s “mussel beach” – these molluscs are cultivated on concrete pillars that lie just off its short, gravely beach. Apart from being a popular place for skin-diving, it is also conveniently close to the motorway exit.
To the north of Porto San Giorgio is the narrow beach of Porto Sant’Elpidio. This resort’s main attractions are its pine woods at the northern end and plenty of enormous shoe shops on the main road (it is the heartland of the Marche’s shoe industry).