Welcome to the Marche Region

The most beautiful villages of Italy located in the Marche

THE MARCHE a peninsular land within the Italian peninsula, an Italian region which lies along the Adriatic coast and belongs to the Mediterranean basin, a safe landing-place for all those who look for a dimension of past times in a region being deeply rooted in the present. A modern region where creativeness is strongly connected to local industry; an easy destination where you can think about the future

“…our beloved land is very beautiful…hill upon hill, which is never too steep: a sweet sloping down or even better, an angelic ascending of hills…”
Luigi Bartolini

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Pesaro Urbino
Ancona
Macerata
Fermo
Ascoli Piceno

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Come and discover the charm of Sant’Angelo in Pontano a delightful mediaeval village steeped in art, music and beauty in the company of the specialised Le Marche Guides and friends from Holland,...

Guided tours of Macerata every week end of the Sferisterio Opera Festival from 5.30 to 7.00 pm. 5.00 € adults, children under 12 free, min. 8 pax. Reservation required up to 24h beofre the visit. Me...

The International Tourist Guide Day is held on 21st February of every year and it is an initiative of World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations and in Italy, it is promoted by National Tourist Gu...

The Marche

A quick look at the Region

5 unique and remarkable provinces
180 km of beaches
70 historical theatres
500 ancient squares
200 Romanesque style churches
100 sanctuaries and abbeys
400 museums and art galleries
106 castles
7 archaeological sites
315 libraries
2 national parks

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The Marche tour gives you the possibility to unveil a real jewel-case of beauty through local authorised tour guides who propose many different itineraries in order to meet the most demanding of tourists’ expectations letting you discover an original and exclusive experience in this region.

 

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From the mountains to the sea you will discover an area rich in nature, art, culture, history, traditions, food and wine.