Le Marche … a region with a plural name designed for the individual. A region where inside there is a unique dimension enclosed in that middle ground of the beautiful country that seems to be suspended there, as if by magic, between the hill and the sea, between the rich art cities and the small historical squares of the lost medieval villages, between the Sibillini hills and the Adriatic coast, between the vinyards of Verdicchio and the cutting boards of ciauscolo salami and pecorino cheese.
Here is all a succession of emotions. Try to turn your back on the medieval Duomo of Ancona, dedicated to San Ciriaco, and look from there to the horizon. The view on the harbor will be incredible. Do not miss the Mole Vanvitelliana, a place not only beautiful to see but a cultural hub that opens its doors to unique exhibitions and events. Not far away you will see the Conero, with its promontory overlooking the sea.
Go and visit Urbino, the first ducal city of a land that was the cradle of the Renaissance. Push yourself up to the Frasassi Caves, unique throughout Italy, to take you into those spaces, discovered by chance, that never seem to end and that, between history and legend, tell of fairies, madonnas, bears and other fairy presences that, not to In the event, even the Sibillini mountains have made places of florets and enchantments.
Go and discover the history of Jesi and its castles, that of the many abbeys of the territory: from Fiastra to Santa Maria Pie ‘di Chienti. Treat yourself to a walk along the velvet beach of Senigallia up to the enchanting Rotonda on the sea.
Towards the inland you can not miss Recanati, the city of the poet Giacomo Leopardi, or that of San Severino Marche, with its beautiful Piazza Del Popolo or the historic village of Elcito, the hamlet of a few houses built on a rock spur. Or take a walk in Fabriano to discover the secrets of who once produced fine paper working cellulose.
And then do not miss the city of Macerata, with its Sferisterio, or that of Ascoli, with the marvelous Piazza Del Popolo, or the seafront of San Benedetto with its long avenue of palm trees.
In the Santa Casa di Loreto you will find one of the most evocative places of the spirituality of Italy.
In this region conceived in the plural, its inhabitants are also singular. Le Marche are sincere and made by sincere people. Each county speaks a different dialect, each city boasts unique dishes and traditions. Look for the singularity of this piece of land, you will discover a plurality of emotions.