Arcevia Print
The city of Arcevia stands proud on the hill that marks the border of the Apennine chain with the valley of the Misa river. Its origins date back to the eleventh century, when it was called Rocca Contrada, and was one of the richest castles of the district. The city took the name of Arcevia in 1817, when Rocca was translated into latin as "Arce" and Contrada as "via." Today Arcevia boasts an area rich in nature, cultural heritage, accommodations and enogastronomic productions.