Marche, an Italian Region of beauty, good food, peace, tranquility but also sea and nature, what else do you need? However, Marche are a region which is undervalued by a lot of people: let’s discover 10 beauties not-to-be-missed, to be visited with the family, friends or as a couple.
Monte Conero, Ancona
Monte Conero is located on the Adriatic Sea’s coast: characterized by a majestic aspect in spite of its 572 of altitude, it has amazing and very high cliffs and boasts the highest maritime regions of the overall eastern coast. This Mountain represents the only section of limestone rock from Trieste to the Gargano.
Monte Catria, Cagli (Pesaro e Urbino)
A mountain with its 1701 of altitude, which is a tourism destination both during summer, is also one of the highest peaks of the Apennine route. In addition to ski, Monte Catria is a winter location, ideal also for who loved to snowshoe. There is also a thematic playground for kids located at 1.400 meters of height, Kinderland.
Palazzo Pianetti, Jesi (Ancona)
Building, both residential and patrician, Palazzo Pianetti represents the most impressive example of the eighteenth century architecture in Jesi. It develops itself, essentially, on two floors: at the first one it is possible to admire the amazing Galleria degli Stucchi, more than 70 meters long and entirely covered by pastel stucco alternatively to painted scenes. On the second floor, you will be able to find, instead, the family rooms.
Borgo di Corinaldo (Ancona)
Corinaldo is the home of Santa Maria Goretti and in 2007 was awarded with the title of “Most beautiful village of Italy”. Surrounded by ancient walls dated XIV Century and still now well conserved, the village presents several amazing sites among which the Sanctuary of Maria Goretti, the Municipal Theatre Carlo Gondoni and the Municipal Palace.
Grotte di Frasassi, Genga (Ancona)
Underground karst caves, visited by thousand of people every year: the discover of these grottoes is due to the Gruppo Speleologico CAI in 1971. inside the grottoes it is possible to admire rank natural sculptures, born during millions of years thanks to calcareous stratification.
Grottammare (Ascoli Piceno)
The town center of Grotammare extends itself from the coast until the hillsides, where the amazing medieval village comes to life. This town, in fact, has ancient origins, dated even Neolithic period.
Famous hometown of the poet Giacomo Leopardi, Recanati arises itself over a hill and it is 10 kilometers far from the sea. There are many places linked to Leopardi that are possible to be visited: Leopardi Palace, the Piazzetta of the Sabato del Villaggio, the Colle of Infinito, the Torre of Passero Solitario.