The Marches are a region of central Italy, wonderful as unusual for their diversity of landscape and territory: harmonious and sinuous shapes, crags and caves that alternate with unforgettable beaches, hills that recall history, tradition, art and mountains equipped with facilities ski lift for ski enthusiasts.
The territory is predominantly hilly and mountainous, embracing the Adriatic coast of the Umbrian-Marche Archipelago with its shallow and sandy beaches. Renowned is the long expanse of fine and golden sand, washed by crystal clear water, located in Senigallia, with its lively and secluded waterfront all hours of the day.
They are not far from Gabicce Mare, Pesaro, Fano, Civitanova Marche and San Benedetto del Tronto, which are an ideal destination for those who want to relax and find refreshment among the many bathing establishments, while for those who love extreme nature, the Riviera Riviera Conero offers scenic scenery and wilderness flips, sometimes reachable only by sea or among trails cut out in the green of Mediterranean scrub.
The Marche are a unique region especially for nature. The region hosts numerous national and regional parks and WWF’s oasis to discover; the parks of the Sibillini Mountains and the Laga Mountains offer a unique spectacle for trekking enthusiasts. The Caves of Frasassi can not be missed, with visits from all over Europe and of great speleological interest to the karst phenomenon that originated beautiful caves, some of which have been inhabited since prehistoric times.
Spentes of orchards and vineyards on the Picentine hills and in the Valle dell’Esino surround colony houses from the ancient heat where it is possible to rediscover the simple taste of genuine things. Ladies’ houses or ancient half-timbered houses used in agritourism tell about the life of the past, and welcome travelers and tourists in search of authentic emotions.
The provinces are: Ancona (capital), Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Macerata, Pesaro and Urbino