As the New York Times wisely put it back in 2005: “Le Marche feels like Tuscany must have 10 or 20 years ago, before a million tourists polished its cobbles”. So if you are the kind of curious soul seeking the road less travelled, you’ve come to the right place.
In Le Marche you can avoid the hordes of tourists without compromising on great services, find an outstanding gastro tradition and superb landscapes. And despite more and more travellers come here every year and the number of expats going up steadily, the New York Times’ statement has magically remained true to this day.
Le Marche in Numbers
UNESCO World Heritage Site - Urbino
KM of Coastline
DOC & DOCG Wines
UNESCO City of Music - Pesaro
National, Regional Parks & Natural Reserves
Michelin Star Restaurants
Festivals & Sagras
UNESCO City of Creativity - Fabriano
Best Ice-Cream Shops in Italy
Of the Prettiest Villages in Italy