Marche is a region where nature undoubtedly makes it a landlady. The national parks, among the most beautiful in the world, and the areas protected by the WWF allow the visitor to immerse themselves in the boundless and more peaceful flora and fauna. A landscape heritage enriched here and there by the presence of wonderful medieval villages, perched on rocky spurs or lying on the hills, such as Montefortino, Treia or the romantic Gradara, the village of Paolo and Francesca. In addition, Marche region also offers seaside entertainment, as it overlooks the Adriatic Sea. In short, such a charming land deserves to be seen with one's own eyes.
The village of Altidona, in the Marche region, is located on a hill overlooking the entrance gate of Val d'Aso.
the village of Camerano is located inside the Regional Park of Conero in Marche Region.
rested on the top of Mount Circe, the village of tracks is called the Balcony of Marche Region.
The village of Corinaldo in the hinterland of the Conero, in the Marche region, is especially known for its Verdicchio.
the small village of Elcito is located in the territory of San Severino Marche.
The village of Frontino rises at the sight of the Monte di Carpegna and imposes itself for its characteristic and picturesque form.
Pesaro e Urbino
The village of Frontone and its imposing fortress are located in the historical region of Montefeltro.
Pesaro e Urbino
Genga, located in the heart of the Regional Park of the Gola della Rossa and Frasassi, is famous for the largest living nativity scene in the world.
Italian village located in the hinterland of the Marche-Romagna Riviera, not far from the sea and with a pleasant hilly landscape
Pesaro e Urbino
Grottammare, the village loved by Franz Liszt, who stayed there 6 weeks in the summer of 1868, is the frame of the festival dedicated to the great Hungarian composer.
Monte Vidon Corrado
The small village of Monte Vidon Corrado, birthplace of Osvaldo Licini, is located on the hilly ridge overlooking the Tenna Valley, halfway between the Sibillini mountains and the Adriatic.
The village of Montecassiano overlooks the valley of the River Potenza, in the Marche region.
Between leopardian horizons, in "a ondeggiar glad packages", we ascend to Montefiore dell'Aso along the valley of the Aso river, that from the Adriatic leads to the Sibillini Mountains.
Located on the slopes of the Sibillini Mountains, the village of Montefortino is a handful of old stone and brick houses, with a charming medieval character.
The castle of Moresco is located in a strategic position on the top of a hill that controls the underlying Aso valley, in the Marche.
The village of Offida in the Marche region is famous for its carnival and for the art of Merletto.
The village of Pierosara is located in the territory of Genga, in the Marche region.
Nestled between the green of the mountain and the blue of the sea, Sirolo is considered "the pearl of the Adriatic": a precious treasure chest of art set in a breathtaking landscape.
Halfway between the Sibilini mountains and the Adriatic, the mountain village of Smerillo stands on a rocky spur.
Torre di Palme
In an elevated position and close to the sea, the Marche village of Torre di Palme enjoys a remarkable view of the Adriatic coast.
The village of Treia is located in Marche to the north of the Potenza valley.
The village of Visso is located in the Marche region.