The Guide Turistiche delle Marche group is very glad to suggest the following compilation of itineraries to discover the Marche through many different points of view:


San Ginesio

Known as “the balcony of the Sibillini mountains”, San Ginesio is a small medieval village overlooking the Sibillini mountain range. Its old town is one of the most ancient of the Marche.



Small inland town located in the province of Macerata, Treia is very famous thanks to its traditional sport: “Gioco del Pallone al Bracciale”, very similar to the Spanish pelota sport, reenacted every year by the local people.



A few kilometres away from the town of Macerata is Montecassiano, the small medieval town placed on the top of the hill whose unique skyline is marked by its bell towers and imposing defensive walls.



On the top of the hill, the town of Montelupone boasts a well-preserved town centre surrounded by defensive walls and bastions..


* Visso

Known as “the pearl of the Sibillini mountains”, the town of Visso is a very ancient medieval town that integrates the architectural and natural aspects in a harmonious way.



Small inland town of the province of Macerata, Cingoli enjoys a spectacular panoramic position thanks to which it is called “the balcony of the Marche”.



It is the home town of Verdicchio wine production and ENI Group [National Hydrocarbons Company] founder Enrico Mattei. Matelica still preserves a considerable and large archaeological heritage of its Roman period and a conspicuous and inspired local art production that testifies to the importance of the town over the centuries and where the surrounding landscape’s beauty is a wondrous result.



Small village overlooking the Chienti river valley, the town centre of Montecosaro was developed all around the main tower of the former castle, that is the one architectural element testifying to its historical memory.


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Province of Macerata
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