The only region in the plural of Italy, overlooks the Adriatic Sea and the name suggests the many souls that populate it. From the sea to the mountains, passing through the ancient villages and cities of art, they remain in the heart of the traveler and invite him to get out of the chaos of the big cities to immerse himself in nature.
“ Love, who forgives no one loved to love, took me from this pleasure so strong, that, as you can see, it still does not abandon me”. One of the most famous love phrases in world literature was inspired by Dante from the story of Paolo and Francesca which took place in the castle of Gradara, the most important monument of the village and one of the most visited in Italy . Furthermore, its position halfway between the Marche and Emilia have made it a crossroads of commercial traffic and disputed by the Malatesta, Sforza, Della Rovere and Mosca families, who have left the marks of their passage.
this town, overlooking the Adriatic, preserves the traces of a great past that has seen the alternation of Roman and Byzantine Gauls. Among these traces, the Ducal Palace and the majestic Rocca Roveresca deserve a mention. Behind the fortress, you reach the modern promenade on which stands the elegant Rotonda a Mare, symbol of the city. Furthermore, Senigallia is renowned for its 14 km of beach, called velvet, golden and soft beach, and boasts the recognition of the Blue Flag.
Ascoli is a city of towers, churches, squares and palaces. The greatest beauty is found in Piazza del Popolo, one of the most beautiful squares in Italy , overlooked by the Church of San Francesco, the Palazzo dei Capitani del Popoli, medieval houses and arcades. Furthermore, Ascoli is also worth a visit for the traditional Marche welcome and excellent gastronomy.
birthplace of Gioachino Rossini, it houses the Rossini Conservatory, one of the most prestigious music schools in Italy. Its historic center is rich in important Roman archaeological finds, medieval walls and splendid Renaissance palaces. Furthermore, in Pesaro there is the Bicipolitan, a project developed over the years to make the city “bike friendly”. Not to be missed are:
it is the stretch of coast that from the port of the city of Ancona reaches that of Numana. Crystal clear sea, surprising coves dominated by Monte Conero, full of coves and small beaches, rocky or stony, all Blue Flag. The Spiaggia delle Due Sorelle of Sirolo is the emblem of the Conero Riviera. A magical place that takes its name from the two twin rocks emerging from the sea. (at this link a fantastic way to admire this beautiful area).
birthplace of Raffaello Sanzio, it is a unique jewel in the world of beauty and wisdom and since 1998 its historic center has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site . The Palazzo Ducale , today is the seat of the National Gallery of the Marche which houses one of the most beautiful and important art collections of the Italian Renaissance with works by Raphael, Piero della Francesca, Tiziano and Melozzo da Forlì. (click here to discover an interesting itinerary)
represent one of the largest underground complexes in Europe , they are located within the Regional Natural Park of the Gola della Rossa and Frasassi. These are underground karst caves, a sort of parallel universe, decorated with many stalagmites and stalactites, real natural sculptures of the most disparate shapes.
small village that gave birth to the famous poet Giacomo Leopardi, boasts an enchanting historic center that preserves Leopardi’s places : the Leopardi family’s palace with the precious library of over 20 thousand volumes (click here to find out more), the house di Silvia, the small square of Il Sabato in the village, the view on the top of Mount Tabor, the hedge in front of which Leopardi seems to have written The Infinite and the tower of Il Passero Solitario.
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The only region in the plural of Italy, overlooks the Adriatic Sea and the name suggests the many souls that populate it. From the sea to the mountains, passing through the ancient villages and cities of art, they remain in the heart of the traveler and invite him to get out of the chaos of […]
Le Marche, the only region in Italy in the plural able to reconcile historical, culinary and above all landscape needs. In the Marche to date there are 13 parks and nature reserves, which aim at the conservation of local flora and fauna. In addition, numerous trekking routes have been set up over the last few […]