At the foot of the massif of Catria and crossed by the Via Flaminia, there is the small village of Cantiano, a few kilometers from the border with the neighbouring Umbria. Founded several centuries before Christ by the people of Ikuvini, boasts a rich and fascinating history that can be discovered walking through the streets of the historic center. From the ancient churches, the town hall in Renaissance style to the famous "Passerella", Cantiano is a wonderful town. Among many reasons that can lead to Cantiano is certainly the Turba, an ancient representation of the Good Friday, fascinating and charming. From the point of view of food and wine do not miss the bread Chiaserna, which owes its fame to the exceptional quality of the water with which it is produced and the total absence of additives and preservatives. No less famous are the amarena cherries of Cantiano, made with visciola, a species of wild cherry that grows wild along the ancient Via Flaminia. Tasting Marche that wants to offer the best products obtained from the processing of amarena cherry has chosen Cerasus Azienda Bussotto, which gives it the best amarena cherries in syrup, vino di visciole and acquavite di visciole prepared according to old traditional recipes.