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Alley in Montecassiano

Fascinating places and characteristic atmosphere… welcome to Le Marche region.

Do you love getting lost in tiny alleys, turning in front of an astonishing and unexpected view between brick walls?

Or do you prefer finding yourself in a typical products’ market?

Maybe you are the kind of person looking for green landscapes or a mountain bike itinerary?

If you answered ‘yes’ to one of these questions we have the right Le Marche village for you!

The perfect coast itinerary for sea-lovers and fish chalet’s hunters starts from S. Benedetto del Tronto, then stops in Porto San Giorgio antiques’ market, to Porto Recanati’s colourful and lively seafront. Then the white walls of Sirolo centre open on Monte Conero unspoiled beaches and green landscapes till arriving in Senigallia: a vintage-allure town known worldwide for its Summer Jamboree festival and romantic round terrace on the Adriatic sea.

If a map and a guidebook suit better your idea of self-made trip, the list is really long and will bring you through the hinterland. Castles with lovers’ stories to tell as Gradara or Medieval towns held in high walls. Osimo, Treia, Sarnano are really treasure chests: inside the walls, it is all in your discovery’s spirit to find white Romanic churches, tiny historical theatres and, of course, typical taverns.

Every village has amazing undisclosed surprises, so there is no need to plan too much: get lost and wander is the best idea!

Adventure awaits wild travellers in tiny villages at Sibillini’s slopes: Pretare, Montefortino and Amandola are the starting points of trails in the woods through the realm of enchantress Sibilla… because any journey needs a touch of magic!

And if you are riding a bike or wearing trekking shoes watch your back… because fairies might be following you. There are tracks for all tastes (and physical training!), our favourite usually takes to primitive lakes with ancient extinct animals (Pilato Lakes) or monasteries built on cliffs even hosting hermits (S. Leonardo Hermitage).

Keep up this journey with us on Italian Storytellers: this is just the beginning.

Eleonora

I'm a Italy lover, mom of two, living in central Italy and I love travelling. I have a degree in Tourism economics and management and now I'm a consultant helping businesses working in tourism.

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