Marche, Italy



  • Ancona
  • Falconara
  • Bologna
  • Roma


On one side the Apennines, on the other the Adriatic coast and in the middle an expanse of gentle hills atop which sit century-old villages protected by medieval walls. The territory is mountainous and essentially hilly for a third of the Region yet in contrast features low-lying, sandy beaches.


Ancona (regional capital), Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Macerata, Pesaro and Urbino.


The dramatic Conero Riviera, with its natural white-pebble beaches backed by milky Dover-esque cliffs.
But It's inland where Le Marche really shines. Urbino, Raphael's hometown, presents a smorgasbord of Renaissance art and history up and down its vertical streets. Ascoli Piceno has beauty and history in excess. Equally walkable is Macerata, with a famous open-air opera theatre and festival. Covering its western reaches, and bleeding over into neighbouring Umbria, is the wild and wonderful Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini.


Le Marche has a wonderful climate. A spring that often is very pleasant in March. A long summer begins in June and often continues into September. And a nice autumn which can last often until late October. The months of July and August may well be hot. In short a region with a wonderful climate where it is lovely to go from early spring to autumn.

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The unmissable appointment for classical music lovers from all over the world.
Le Marche and its sagre (food festivals): there are feasts for snails, frogs, rabbits, veal, cheese, pasta and above all truffle.
Some of the most fantastic limestone caves visitable.
Who has not heard of Maria Montessori at least once?


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