The 23 Orange Flags

The Touring Club Italiano has now awarded 24 of its prestigious "Orange Flag" awards to Marche towns (Acquaviva Picena, Amandola, Camerino, Cantiano, Cingoli, Corinaldo, Frontino, Genga, Gradara, Mercatello sul Metauro, Mondavio, Montecassiano, Montelupone, Monterubbiano, Offagna, Ostra, Ripatransone, San Ginesio, Sarnano, Serra San Quirico, Staffolo, Urbisaglia, Valfornace, Visso). The Bandiere Arancioni are given to small inland comuni across Italy in recognition of the quality of what they offer the tourist while not sacrificing the environment. They must meet certain requirements, including hospitality, events, etc. 


Visit the web site of Orange Flags flying in the Marche:



The 23 Orange Flags



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Discover the town of Gradara


A few miles from the Adriatic beach resorts, Gradara is one of the most popular Marche’s tourist destinations....

Discover the town of Mercatello sul Metauro

Mercatello sul Metauro

Mercatello sul Metauro, where flies the Bandiera Arancione (Orange Flag), that is a recognition of quality awarded by...

Discover the town of Mondavio


Mondavio is a beautifully preserved, red-brick medieval hill town. It belongs to the association of  The most...

Discover the town of Ostra


Situated on a hill with a fascinating view over Misa valley, Ostra belongs to the National Association of Wine Cities,...

Discover the town of Cingoli


Cingoli has earned the title of "the Balcony of the Marche" for its breathtaking sweeping panoramas. It was a Roman...

Discover the town of Montecassiano


It's a pretty hill town, just north of Macerata; it  belongs to the association of “The most beautiful...

Discover the town of Sarnano


Sarnano, where  the Orange Flag flies,  is situated in the middle of a beautiful valley at the foot of...

Discover the town of Acquaviva Picena

Acquaviva Picena

Acquaviva Picena is a small town located in the hinterland of San Benedetto del Tronto; it  lies on a...

Discover the town of Monterubbiano


The origin of Monterubbiano can be traced back to the 3rd century BC; this delightful hill town has lost most of...