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About Le Marche

Our small special patch of Italy lies in the region of Le Marche, on the eastern side of central Italy.  Wedged between the Adriatic sea and the spectacular Apennine mountains. A bucolic and varied region with untrammeled beaches, and dramatic atmospheric medieval hill-top villages, and pristine renaissance art-filled towns.

 

A region whose insider status has safeguarded its cultured ease and rural seclusion. The Italian writer Guido Piovene wrote that if he were compelled to pinpoint a single region in Italy that best represented the whole of Italy, that still possessed the archetypal Italian landscape, then he would have to choose Le Marche.

 

A region whose treasures can only be enjoyed, like the hills can be seen, in increments through a progression of miles and minutes as they are scattered right across the region. Gems like the spectacular Sibillini mountains on the border with Umbria or the white pebble beaches of Monte Conero on the Adriatic coast only accessible by foot or boat; from the catalyst of the Italian Renaissance and birthplace of Raphael, Urbino, in the north to the travertine marvel that is Ascoli Piceno in the south.

With its medieval hilltop towns, lush countryside, hearty cuisine and longstanding traditions, Le Marche is region that deserves to be recognized for its own history and cultural identity. That's all of Italy wrapped up into one region.

A large number of Blue Flag certifications guarantee the good quality of bathing water and facilities. With 180 km of coastline, more than 20 cities situated along the Adriatic Sea, the port of Ancona and other 9 tourist ports: this is the wide tourist offer of the Marche region for a unique seaside holiday!

Holiday amongst some of the most beautiful villages of Italy and castles of a unique region, characterised by ancient traditions. A must-see for those who want to dive into the past and discover fascinating legends.

Our small special patch of Italy lies in the region of Le Marche, on the eastern side of central Italy.  Wedged between the Adriatic sea and the spectacular Apennine mountains. A bucolic and varied region with untrammeled beaches, and dramatic atmospheric medieval hill-top villages, and pristine renaissance art-filled towns.

Italian Adventures - San Ginesio
Local Places to Eat Out

Read about some of our favourite restaurants local to Magari Domani and further afield. Some of the best olive oil, olives and wine in Italy come from this beautiful region.  Dishes are strictly based on local produce, each local area has its own distinctive typical gastronomy.
 

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