• THE VILLAGES OF THE MARCHE REGION

    THE CHARM OF HISTORY AND TRADITIONS

    The Marche is a region full of ancient villages, each with its own unique history and traditions. These treasures, perched on the hills or overlooking the sea, represent a priceless cultural heritage and offer visitors an authentic and fascinating experience.

    Walking through the cobbled streets of the Marche villages, you can feel an old-fashioned atmosphere. The historic buildings, medieval churches and ancient walls tell the story of these communities, which for centuries have preserved their traditions and lifestyle.

Ancona

Ancona

One of the most important ports on the Adriatic, above which stands the Cathedral of San Ciriaco. Among the attractions: the church of Santa Maria della Piazza, Trajan's arch, the Vanvitelli Lazzaretto, the Loggia dei Mercanti, Piazza del Papa and the Le Muse Theatre. Thanks to its elbow shape, it’s the only city on the coast where it’s possible to see both sunrise and sunset over the sea.

Castelfidardo

Castelfidardo

Worldwide known for its musical instrument factories, in particular accordions, pianos and pipe organs. As a matter of fact, the city hosts the International Accordion Museum. The International Accordion Festival takes place every year: very important guests combine the accordion with many other forms of artistic expression.

Grotte di Frasassi

Frasassi Caves

The greatest karstic complex in Europe, of exceptional scientific and speleological interest. The caves offer a matchless sight of stalactites, stalagmites and other extraordinary concretions. 45-minutes drive far from Camping Bellamare, the caves represent a unique and unforgettable experience. They are open to the public all year round.

Loreto

Loreto

The basilica was built around the Holy House of Nazareth, and it’s an international destination for Marian pilgrimages. The best architects have worked in the basilica since the 15th century, such as Francesco di Giorgio Martini, Giuliano da Sangallo, Donato Bramante, Luigi Vanvitelli. One of the chapels was frescoed by the Porto Recanati painter Biagio Biagetti.

Macerata

Macerata

Rich in history, Macerata marks out for being a very calm and inviting city, ideal for short stays for families and for anyone who loves history and beautiful landscapes. The Sferisterio is a well-known open-air opera theater, renowned for its inner fabulous acoustics. Unique in its architectural genre, the theater hosts thousands of visitors every year.

Osimo

Osimo

Famous for being a bipolar city: in addition to the part that extends in broad daylight on the two hills where it’s located, Osimo also offers a fascinating underground world with more than 9 kilometers of labyrinths and tunnels that can partially be visited. An area in which human strength can be seen in all its greatness, with a charming and seductive energy that fascinates and excites.

Recanati

Recanati

It’s the hometown of Giacomo Leopardi, whose family palace is now designed as a museum, and where Leopardian locations are still intact and full of splendour. The Beniamino Gigli Museum saves the memoirs of the prestigious tenor, the Civic Art Gallery houses works by Lorenzo Lotto, and the Diocesan Museum keeps the art pieces of Mantegna, Guercino and Sassoferrato.

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