Polverigi is a small village lying on the hills of the Conero Riviera. In antiquity it was called Pulverisium from the Latin “Pulvis, Pulviris” (dust) because of the sandy and dusty land where it is located. It was a small inhabited center and therefore a destination for hermits. Now the historic center is characterized by caverns and enchanting alleys that give the visitor the sensation of being in a “romantic atmosphere”.
We suggest you visit the Sacrament Church (St. Mary Magdalene), built in the 14th century, which preserves some elements of Gothic-Romanesque architecture.