Le Marche located in the central-eastern part of Italy, just two hours from Rome or Bologna, has spectacular beaches along the Adriatic Riviera, to the west it is flanked by the Apennine mountain range, which crosses it from the north. to south. Ancona, capital of Le Marche, is one of the main ports of the Adriatic Sea, with great commercial and tourist traffic with ferry lines with international destinations: Greece, Turkey, Croatia, Albania and Montenegro.
The strong pillars of its economy are the cultivation of olive groves, vineyards and cruise ship tourism. This region produces some of the best white wines in Italy. Le Marche, a beautiful region that keeps innumerable treasures waiting to be discovered by those who seek the authentic and unique. Let yourself be enchanted by its walled towns, medieval fortifications, palaces, abbeys and small churches that make this region a hidden gem in the heart of Italian territory.


Along its Adriatic Riviera you will discover beautiful beaches such as Sirolo, Porto Renacati and Senigallia. Senigallia hosts the “Summer Jamboree” festival dedicated to American music and culture of the 40s and 50s. Under the subsoil of Ancona, magical protected caves are hidden within the “Gola della Rossa e Frasassi” natural park. Macerata and Pesaro host important opera festivals, such as the Rossini Opera Festival, held in spectacular open-air theaters, such as the “sferisterio di Macerata”. Several towns such as Urbino, Macerata and Fabriano preserve their medieval-renaissance identity by celebrating festivals that recall the times of jousting and knights such as the “Palio of San Giovanni Battista”.


The Marquesan gastronomy has as its main peculiarity, a combination of the best delicacies with simple and practical dishes that come from rural food. Fish, seafood, pasta, truffles, cheeses, beef, pork, vegetables and different fruits. Its most precious jewel is the white truffle, in addition to the ciauscolo, the lonza, the roast suckling pig called “porchetta”, the olive ascolana and the vincisgrassi lasagna , these being the most typical, without forgetting the most famous wine of the region the “Verdicchio di Jesi”.