Ancona, Le Marche

ANCONA Ancona is the capital of the Le Marche region, and therefore it's clearly a must visit during a trip to this region. Those travelling...

Perfect Spots for a Medieval Cottage in Italy

MEDIEVAL COTTAGE The central Italian regions of Le Marche, Umbria, Tuscany, and Lazio have some lovely spots to search for a medieval cottage. Italy is...

Le Marche: Italy’s hidden tourist gem

This region might be less visited, but those who venture beyond Tuscany and Umbria will be rewarded with a hidden tourist gem. The name of...

Most Beautiful Italian Piazzas

AMAZING ITALIAN PIAZZAS The following article is a list of our favorite Italian piazzas. While the famous cities of Italy are...

The Best Le Marche Beaches

THE BEST LE MARCHE BEACHESDue Sorelle Beach Mezzavalle San Michele Portonovo Spiaggia della Scalaccia Numana e Marcelli Spiaggia UrbaniIf you’re traveling to this...

Lacrima di Morro d’Alba Wine

Lacrima di Morro d’Alba wine is a red wine from the Marche region of central Italy. It has a distinctive aroma and taste. The...

Why do Italians think Le Marche is the New Tuscany?

Le Marche is the new Tuscany because there are many similarities between the two regions. Le Marche is at the same latitude as Tuscany...

Macerata, Le Marche

MACERATA, LE MARCHE On a hilltop in the Le Marche region, sits Macerata. It’s a beautiful and quiet town full of light brick buildings and...

Why Should You Give the Marche Wine Region a Chance?

Called “the New Tuscany”, the Marche wine region is one of Italy’s last untouched wine regions and a must see for gourmet travellers. Le...

Urbino, Le Marche

URBINO, LE MARCHE When thinking of an artistic Italian city to visit, especially in the central regions, many flock to Florence, Assisi, or Siena. However,...

The Aficionados Guide to Le Marche Wines

LE MARCHE WINES Going Against the Trend When searching for a destination for wine-lovers, Italy has plenty of options to offer. Many will recommend Chianti, Tuscany,...

A Silvia by Giacomo Leopardi

Giacomo Leopardi, probably the best-loved Italian poet, was born in Recanati, Macerata, Le Marche. Leopardi wrote A Silvia in 1828, moved by the untimely...