Fano is a town and comune of the province of Pesaro and Urbino in the Marche region of Italy. It is a beach resort 12 km southeast of Pesaro, located where the Via Flaminia reaches the Adriatic Sea. It is the third city in the region by population after Ancona and Pesaro.
- The Roman gate called Arco d'Augusto.
- The Corte Malatestiana, built after 1357 by Galeotto I Malatesta.
- The Rocca Malatestiana (Malatesta Castle) was partially destroyed in 1944.
- The Museo Civico (Archeological Museum and Art Gallery), located inside the Palazzo Malatestiano, contains paintings by Guercino, Michele Giambono, and Giovanni Santi.
- The Cathedral (12th century), which was erected over a pre-existing cathedral destroyed by a fire in 1111.
- Palazzo del Podestà or della Ragione (built from 1229 in Romanesque-Gothic style).
- The church of St. Francis.
- The church of Santa Maria Nuova (1521).
- The church of San Paterniano (16th century) with a Renaissance cloister.
- The Fontana della Fortuna (Fountain of Fortune) (17th century).
Outside the city, in the place called Bellocchi, is the church of St. Sebastian (16th century), for the construction of which parts of the ancient cathedral were used.