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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Fiorenzuola di Focara is an hamlet rich with medieval atmospheres, also known by Dante Alighieri. Its name originates perhaps from the fires that were lit to show the way to sailors, or maybe from the presence of little furnaces used to glaze bricks. It boasts ancient origins, dating back to the X and XIII centuries, when the castle and its ramparts, still visible today, characterized the defence system of the place. Beautiful landscapes, set into the St. Bartolo Park, offer unforgettable emotions to those who decide to celebrate their wedding here, in the middle of a green lush nature and in front of the blue Adriatic sea.
Pesaro - Teatro Rossini (Rossini Theatre), Pesaro - Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, Pesaro and Gioachino Rossini, Pesaro - Colle San Bartolo – Giardini di Villa Imperiale (Gardens of Imperial Villa), Natural Park of Monte San Bartolo, Municipal Museums (Musei Civici) in Palazzo Mosca, Pesaro – Giardini di Villa Miralfiore (Villa Miralfiore Gardens), Pesaro - "Rossini’s birthplace", Pesaro - Museum of the Diocese, Pesaro - Museo della Marineria "W. Patrignani" (Nautical Museum)
Flavors and Craft:
Pesaro and Gioachino Rossini, Colli Pesaresi DOC, Pesaro - Herb Market, Pesaro - Public Markets, Pesaro - Renata Tebaldi, Pesaro city of ceramics
Cozy or wild beaches, the sea for all tastes
The Marche Region in Blue
A journey into the past
Art and Culture
The Museum Church itinerary in Pesaro and Urbino Province
Art and Culture Spirituality and Meditation
Nature lovers will not be disappointed in the Marche!
Parks and Active Nature