A small town, from the hills overlooking the sea, with a rich past of historiography, where the gastronomic tradition is inextricably linked to his people and to his celebrity. A lot of Piceni’s relics, Roman’s archaeological finds, great treasure of the Benedictine Abbey which stood on its hill, there are so many elements that make this little town an interesting place to explore. Fist among everything Campofilone is known throughout the world for its pasta. In ancient Benedictine recipes were cited the famous "Thin thin Maccheroncini ", which arrived to the present days thanks to the recipe handed down from generation to generation by families of the town.
If you want to find out why the Maccheroncini of Campofilone are so special, what it is the secret of this pasta made with eggs and wheat flour that has conquered the gourmets from all over the world, how you can cut by hand these thin strings and prepare succulent dishes, you should not miss the National Festival of Maccheroncino of Campofilone, on the first week of August, every year it collects thousands of visitors in the town, only the true pasta from le Marche lovers. We could not get this far to bring you one of the best local artisanal production: Pastificio Carassai, which has literally conquered us!