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Paradise Possible (www.paradisepossible.com) is the premier online guide to the best of Le Marche, covering Travel & Accommodation, Property, Food & Wine. It features an itinerary-building facility centered on a visitor's personal interests, with... More »

Why Le Marche? www.loveitaly.co.uk

“The lesser-known Marche (pronounced mahr-key) region is in the calf of Italy's long, tapering boot, next to the 'Chiantishire' of Tuscany and Umbria.

Here towns are on a human scale where life is slow and gentle and where the shining star is Urbino - the model of courtly life.

Those in the know come to The Marches in search of authentic Italy, set in a rural idyll of snow-capped peaks, rolling hills and meadows cloaked with olive groves and vineyards, charming old villages and plenty of splendid
walking and hiking country.

With an Adriatic coastline of 180 kilometres there are beaches for everyone - from the big, lively seaside centres such as
Pesaro, the region's provincial capital, to the smaller resorts, such as pretty Sirolo on the Conero peninsula.

'On the slopes of the Apennines, almost in the centre towards the Adriatic, is situated the little city of Urbino.. This jewel of a renaissance city remains little changed from the days when Duke Federico of Montefeltro set up his celebrated court here in the late 15th century.

Urbino's rose-coloured buildings are bathed in golden light high up among the mountains as if in a time warp.  

Just to the south is the courtly little town Cagli, framed by the twin peaks of Monte Acuto and Monte Catria, some of the highest peaks in the northern Le Marche area - an unspoiled wilderness with views to sigh for. Cagli's fame dates back over two thousand years when it was an important staging post on the Via Flaminia, one of Ancient Rome's most travelled roads.

You can still see the Roman grid plain in the town today where all roads lead to the central piazza. … More >

More than 38,000 consumers will visit Destinations  over 4 days at Olympia.   
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