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Destinazione Marche


Cities of art

From the Cathedral of San Ciriaco of Ancona , the travertine of Romanesque and Gothic ruins of Ascoli Piceno , by the historical buildings of Macerata , the sixteenth-century arcades of Fermo , the ceramic art of Pesaro , the Ducal Palace in Urbino . The art cities of Marche offer unique suggestions !

  • Ancona, the region's capital, is located on the central Adriatic coast.SEA TOURIST OFFER: The city has several beaches. The most central is called Passetto, with large white ro... >>
  • Arcevia is a noble town which rises on a ridge in the Apennine foothills of the central Marche, not far from Senigallia. It’s surrounded by strong walls, built between the 13th and... >>
  • The enchanting town of Ascoli Piceno is one of the most important art towns in southern Marche and in central Italy. Travertine was widely used to pave the historic centre. Not to ... >>
  • Located on a ridge between the Chienti and Potenza river valleys, Camerino boasts a well preserved medieval historic centre, that has little changed over the last few centuries. Ca... >>
  • Fabriano is famous worldwide for the production of paper and watermark; this invention was introduced by papermakers from Fabriano in the second half of the thirteenth century. The... >>
  • Fano is a popular seaside resort in the north of the Marche region, famous for its Carnival, that is claimed to be some of the oldest in Italy and featuring a cavalcade of massive ... >>
  • Fermo is situated on the slopes of Sabulo Hill (319 above sea level). The city is now divided into two parts: the old town, that has remained almost intact through the centuries, a... >>
  • Fossombrone, once the Roman settlement of Forum Sempronii, looks splendid from afar on the slopes of the Metauro Valley. Named after the plebeian tribune Gaius Sempronius Gracco wh... >>
  • Jesi is one of the most beguiling towns in Ancona’s inland and boasts a sophisticated old centre and lively cultural life. As you arrive you must look at its most striking feature ... >>
  • Loreto and the Holy HouseThe town of Loreto developed around the famous Basilica that contains the “Santa Casa” (the Holy House of Nazareth) where, according to tradition, the Virg... >>
  • Macerata is known across the world for its annual open-air opera festival, taking place in its open-air Arena Sferisterio - a neo-classical arena erected by private subscription in... >>
  • Matelica is located in the centre of the High Esino Valley, surrounded to the East by the Mount San Vicino and to the West  by The Marche Apennines chain of mountains. The ancient ... >>
  • This beguiling hill town is one of the southern Marche's smaller gems and belongs to the association The most beautiful villages in Italy. The triangular main piazza is dominat... >>
  • Osimo is situated on the hills between the valleys of Aspio and Musone, 18 km from Ancona. It is an ancient town, surrounded by medieval and Roman walls. The historic centre has ch... >>
  • Overlooking the Adriatic Sea, Pesaro, an attractive seaside resort, a thriving fishing port and an important manufacturing centre, is crossed by the Foglia river and is situated be... >>
  • Recanati is a remarkably hill town, just inland from the Adriatic Sea. It is situated on a ridge between the valleys of the Potenza and the Musone rivers, with a wonderful view tha... >>
  • High on a ridge above the northern slopes of the attractive valley of the Tesino river stands the small hill town of Ripatransone. Here you can enjoy stunning views of the surround... >>
  • San Severino Marche is located on the Montenero hill, in the Potenza valley. It has medieval monuments, most of which were built during the years of independence of the municipalit... >>
  • Senigallia is located on the Mid-Adriatic coast at the mouth of the Misa river. Its territory is mostly flat but surrounded by hills sloping towards the sea; the old town follows t... >>
  • Tolentino is situated in the heartland of the southern-central Marche and is a thriving medieval town set in rolling hills. It is surrounded by a long stretch of thirteenth-century... >>
  • Attractively sited on the fast-flowing Metauro river, Urbania formerly known as "Casteldurante", is a striking small town, famous for or the production of pottery and maj... >>
  • Urbino is situated between the valleys of the Metauro and Foglia rivers. Its historic centre now boasts the honour of being included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. It ... >>

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