Le Marche Italy: Discovering an Unexplored Region of Italy
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May and June and September and October can be great months to travel in this region to best avoid the heat, rain, and crowds. Le Marche region receives much fewer visitors compared to other more popular tourist areas in Italy so crowds are less of a concern in this region.
There are a number of local products and dishes that you can try throughout the area, and you are likely to discover them on menus throughout your trip.
Le Marche is a proud agricultural region and the major crops of the region are olives, wheat, and wine. The region is also known well-known for its seafood as it sits along the Adriatic Sea, and for its mushrooms, anise-flavored liqueurs, and cured and grilled meats. The Adriatic coast is famous for brodetto, a fish stew, and many of the coastal towns in Le Marche have their own popular local versions of fish stew and you can taste the local variations up and down the coast.
Where Should I go in Le Marche? First, it depends on how long you have and what are your sightseeing priorities.
You could visit a number of towns during a week with a focused itinerary and explore a good chunk of the region if you had two weeks or longer. Le Marche is broken up into five administrative provinces Ancona, Pesaro and Urbino, Macerata, Fermo and Ascoli Picenoand these can be good for helping to organize your trip.
The area is great for those with a number of interests, including, beach holidays, castles and medieval villages, art history, boating, nature and archaeological sites, beautiful villages you can see a list of all members of the club of beautiful villages in Italy by regionbiking holidays, spiritual trips, etc.
There are a number of options in this area for accommodation, including hotels, resorts, pensioni, farmhouses, apartment rentals, and campsites.
The Marche Region tourism board has put together a good resource on accommodation options in Le Marche. Check out local tourism board websites and offices for further information on specific cities and events.
We did this is a frenzied three-day trip the joys of a being a travel writer! Gabicce Mare Our first stop after leaving Rimini was the seaside town of Gabicce Mare, which is a seaside town in the northern coastal region of Le Marche. The town has a wide array of hotels and restaurants and is a popular place for hikers, cycling, and mountain biking. Great scenic views can be found at Gabicce Monte. The town is located about 5km from the coast and the most significant attraction at Gradara is its medieval atmosphere and its beautiful castle typically referred to as a fortress.
For more information about Gradara check out the local city website: The park is an important place for bird migration and wintering for several species and is a good site for bird watchers. We admired the beauty of the park and also stopped to take a guided tour of the archaeological site of Colombarone which is located along the ancient Roman route of Via Flaminia.
We could see evidence of several rooms and even well-preserved tiles from the mosaic floors. This was also the site of an important early Christian basilica. Within this large nature reserve and park, there sits a number of small old villages and settlements, including Gabicce Monte, Casteldimezzo, and Fiorenzuola di Focara, which offer good views overlooking the Adriatic Sea.
Before dinner, we actually visited a winery in Fiorenzuola di Focara called Tenuta Carlini for a tour, wine tasting, and wonderful spread of local Italian foods.
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Andrea and Angela were a very engaging and lovely couple, the wine and food was great, and it was a perfect location to experience the Italian apertivo! We specifically followed a panoramic section of this road from Gabicce Mare to Pesaro. In terms of food, Pesaro is very serious about its fish stew and we enjoyed a lunch of the local fish stew and wine in the city market. Probably my favorite part of our visit was when Laurence and I strolled along the seemingly endless beach for about an hour, admiring the views, chatting, and finishing gelato.
Rimangono le opere di artisti meno noti ma non per questo prive di interesse come gli affreschi di scuola giottesca del cappellone della chiesa di S. Nicola a Tolentino di autore ignoto ma indicato dalla storiografia con il termine convenzionale di "Il maestro di Tolentino". Le opere di un suo contemporaneo, Diotallevi di Angeluccio sono in mostra alla pinacoteca di San Severino Marche e alla chiesa di S.
Notevole importanza rivestono le opere di Olivuccio di Ciccarello "scoperto" nel prima era noto con il nome erroneo di Carlo da Camerino. Parecchie delle opere di Olivuccio sono esposte alla pinacoteca vaticana, altre sono disperse in vari musei italiani. AgostinoMacerata Feltria Chiesa di S. La pinacoteca civica di San Severino Marche raccoglie opere di Lorenzo Salimbeni —tra i principali esponenti del gotico in Italia insieme al fratello Jacopo.
Cappellone di San Nicola Predica di S.
- Le Marche Italy: Discovering an Unexplored Region of Italy
Caterina di Lorenzo Salimbeni allapinacoteca di San Severino. Carlo Crivelli, polittico di Sant'Emidio Madonna con bambino di Carlo Crivelli a palazzo Buonaccorsi di Macerata Architettura gotica — Esempi di architettura gotica sono la facciata della loggia dei Mercanti di Anconaopera dell'architetto Giorgio da Sebenico Ancona - Loggia dei mercanti Ancona - Portale della chiesa di S.Turismo - Infinito Marche ITA
Nel palazzo ha sede la galleria nazionale delle Marche ove sono esposte opere di Piero della Francesca, di Raffaelo.