Le Marche...everything you need
Is a town in the province of Ancona, born and developed around the Shrine of the Madonna, to whom it owes its fame in the world.
Here important is the importance of religion, but also of art and culture.
Among the main attractions not to be missed are the Scala Santa 400 steps, where to follow it meets the Military Cemetery of Polish which overlooks the panorama of the bay below.
Once at the top there is a world to discover: the Walkways, the Historical Museum of the air force, the works of the “Madonnari” in the Square of our Lady, the way of the cribs and Nativity scenes Permanent Benedict XVI, and of course, the Sanctuary within which is placed the Holy House of Nazareth, and the symbolic to the Black Madonna.
Fiastra is a mountain resort town of macerata full of natural and manmade attractions, such as Lake Fiastra, the Blades are Red, the Throat of the Fiastrone and the romanesque Church of St. Paul, from where you can admire the breathtaking mountain views.
Not to forget the food and wine specialties, based on wild boar, hare, cold cuts, and cheese that you can taste in the farm premises.
San Benedetto del Tronto
San Benedetto del Tronto in the province of Ascoli Piceno, it is a seaside town that sees it as symbolic elements in the fish, with the typical Brodetto alla Sambenedettese and the Historic Lighthouse, from the top of which you can see the whole city and the surrounding landscape.
The cycle track alongside the promenade along the Riviera of the Palms, which has 9000 specimens, among which stands the palm is recognized as the largest in the world.
Also, not far from San Benedetto, precisely to Cupra Marittima is the Malacological Museum that presents the largest exhibition of shells from around the world.
Ascoli Piceno and Fermo
Genga and Frasassi Caves
The village of Genga is a small medieval castle built on the rock, which has been awarded the Orange Flag by the Italian Touring Club.
You can't miss here are the Valley Scappuccia, the Temple of Valadier, and the nearby Frasassi Caves that allow you to enjoy an unparalleled experience.
Torre di Palme
Recanati is located in the center of the Region of Marche, between the coast and the inland area, and is the typical “city balcony” wide panorama that we see.
Here were born Giacomo Leopardi, one of the greatest poets in Italian literature and Beniamino Gigli, a well-known opera singer. Recanati was a candidate to the Italian Capital of Culture 2018.
Among the main tourist sites are the places leopardian: the square of the “Saturday of the village”, which is surrounded by the eighteenth-century Palazzo Leopardi, the birthplace of the poet that holds the precious Library, the “Casa di Silvia” and the “Colle dell'infinito”.
Ancona is the capital of the region and offers its visitors plenty of scenarios ranging from the sea to the mountain, culture, and gastronomy.
Among the most fascinating sights are the Cathedral of San Ciriaco, which is oriented towards the gulf, showing the naval port of Ancona, Mole Vanvitelliana; the Corso Garibaldi, where you can do shopping; the Monument to the Fallen and the small passage that leads down to the sea.
Here are must-see ancient Caves of the Fishermen who over the years have helped to affirm the typical dishes like the Cod in the march of Ancona, and the Soup, a typical fish soup.
Known is also the Mosciolo Selvatico, Portonovo, a Slow Food presidium, which is a mussel that you play, of course, and live attached to submerged reefs of the coast of Conero.