Background

Marche region are famous all over the world for their beautiful cities of art like Urbino, considered the birthplace of Renaissance and UNESCO heritage, Fabriano, Jesi, Loreto, Recanati, Urbania, Macerata, Fermo and Ascoli Piceno. Guests will be advised to visit the Sant’Angelo in Vado and Visso villages and St. Leo monastery. For nature and outdoor lovers we recommend a visit of Della Rossa Pass parks and the Sibillini mountains, the amazing Frasassi caves and theFurlo Pass. For sea lovers, the Riviera del Conero, close to Ancona, and the beaches of Senigallia, Portonovo, Ancona, Pesaro, Porto San Giorgio and San Benedetto del Tronto represent destinations that cannot be avoided. Marche region also hosts the oldest republic in the world: the Republic of San Marino.

Marche: what you can’t miss…

Excursions......

A couple of hours excursions:

Within 30 kilometers you can visit Jesi Castles and Vallesina region.

Half-day excursions:

Within 50 kilometers, the regions offers a wide range of cities of art, archeological sites and natural areas located in the province of Ancona and close to the city of Macerata.

Full-day excursions:

Within 150 kilometers, you will have the chance to see many art and history siteslocated close to Umbria and Emilia Romagna regions.

Features:

And for nature lovers…

The Conero Regional Park, the Della Rossa Pass Park and Frasassi Park: at about ten kilometers south of the city of Macerata there is the Nature Reserve Addadia Fiastra which still preserves a medieval atmosphere.

And for sea lovers…

The Adriatic coast will lead you from the velvet beach of Senigallia directly to the small bay of Portonovo with its white beaches, and the most famous resorts of Conero Riviera: Sirolo, Numana and the lively city of Marcelli.

And for art lovers…

Fabriano, Matelica with its famous wine Verdicchio di Matelica, San Severino Marche and Tolentino with their amazing old town centers. Macerata, famous for SPHAERISTERIUM, which hosts every summer lots of sport and entertainment events. Lirica, with its famous Municipal Library, one of the richest of the Region.