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To find the big clubs and parties, you may have to go down the road to Grottammare or San Benedetto. However, Cupra Marittima is home to a number of nice bars offering cocktails, music and beach-centric parties.
Morrison's Music Pub is a popular hangour for locals from the area. It is packed on Fridays and Saturdays with an interior like an Irish pub but with Italian crowd and DJs playing house. Food is also served:
Rumour has it that this is a large venue full of young and beautiful Italians. Three rooms of music: Latino, house and light techno. Open late. (Has a smoking room).
The www.inlemarche.com website lists attractions for kids:
Water Park, zoo, kid?s festivals, and horse riding.
Most shops close between 1 and 4: Open from 8-1 and 4-8 approx.
Good local wines on sale at Tigre Supermarket include Rosso Piceno and Verdicchio from Jesi. All the basics, plus fresh veg, Tigre also has a good variety of cheeses, cold meats and fish.
Also on the Via Adriatica you will find a Bike shop and a first rate fresh fish shop.
Local food markets are very much a feature of life in Le Marche.
The coast along Le Marche is mostly quite flat and therefore cycling is easy. There is a cycle path stretching from Cupra through Grottamare and on to San Benedetto, but cycling is only one highlight of Le Marche's many offerings. More...
Le Marche prides itself on having one of the fullest calendars of musical events that you will find in Italy. But that's not all. You'll find things like opera, food & drink festivals and even frog racing in wheelbarrows. More...
Le Marche boasts the bounty of the sea and the wealth of the farm. Regional fish and meat dishes are often done either in a porchetta style using fennel, garlic and rosemary or potacchio (with onion, tomato, white wine and rosemary). More...