With its medieval hilltop towns, lush countryside, hearty cuisine and longstanding traditions, Le Marche is region that deserves to be recognized for its own history and cultural identity. That's all of Italy wrapped up into one region. Here is a list of 30 must-places.
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Civitanova Marche is a popular seaside resort on the Adriatic coast, boasting a fishing port and a marina. The northern shore is wide and sandy and the water is shallow: it is suitable for children, who can bathe and play safely; the southern shore, instead, is both sandy and pebbled. The long beach is divided by the fishing port and the marina. Three biking trails are available: the Castellaro trail, the Chienti trail and the third trail along the promenade to the north and south. The town centre is around wide Piazza XX Settembre and offers plenty of stylish window-shopping, green public gardens and Liberty style apartment houses. The northern area is characterized by tree-lined Vittorio Veneto street, where stands the former House of Balilla, now housing the Civic Library and the Teatro E. Cecchetti Cinema. 4 km inland from the town stands the medieval hilltop borgo of Civitanova Marche Alta, partly surrounded by its old walls; here you can visit the historic theatre Annibal Caro; the Municipal Art Gallery Moretti, boasting the collection of contemporary art especially carvings; the former Church of St. Augustine; the Church of St Francis; the Church of St Paul. It's worth visiting the Tramway Station in Art Nouveau style, the Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions and the Historical Museum of Trot, few miles from the town centre. Nestled between the hilltop town and the resort is Villa Conti, an Art Nouveau villa built in 1910, surrounded by a park with an Italian style garden. Nearby is Palazzina San Michele, a rare example of Art Nouveau style in the area of Macerata. A large amount of fashionable shoe shops and outlets can be found near Civitanova Marche: the town is actually in the heartland of the Marche’s shoe industry. Different sports can be practiced: sailing, golf and horseback riding. The most important events taking place in Civitanova Marche are : Civitanova Danza, an International Dance Festival, offering forms of modern dance of different countries in the world ; the Sea Festival, a good opportunity to sample fish dishes and discover the local fish recipes.
Civitanova Marche - Golf Club Agrigolf, Civitanova Marche - Hippodrome - Ippoparco San Marone, Marina Civitanova Marche, Civitanova Marche –In Civitanova Marche from the waterfront to the hills
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Porto Civitanova- Civitanova Alta- Cycling trail ( about 9 miles long)Civitanova Marche is a lively little town which, despite the traffic, can be easily...
Along the coast different sports can be practiced: windsurf, water skiing, sailing, scuba diving, kitesurfing, swimming and beach volley. The sea, with its rich...
Civitanova Alta is an ancient village built on a hill surrounded by the walls of a medieval castle. Here lies the historic theater Annibal...
The marina of Civitanova Marche is protected by three quays piers: the north pier, the south pier and the east pier. There are numerous floating docks with 600...
Founded in Civitanova Marche in 1992, the Golf Club Agrigolf joins Italian Golf Federation; it is one of Italy's most popular golf clubs both for the top...
The villa raises in the Marina Picena neighborhood, in Porto Sant’Elpidio, close to the sea shore. It is named after its last owners, a family the...
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The Marche Region in Blue
The Marche Region in Blue
Artisan excellence in the Marche
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Art and characteristic villages a stone's throw from the coast
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