and everything our beautiful region has to offer. From poetry to paintings, opera to osteria's, hilltop towns and villages, markets and museums. Something for all the family. Have a look at this wonderful Le Marche Video to learn more!
Our beautiful Amandola and all she has to offer. If you haven’t visited yet, then here is a glimpse of our stunning area. Something for everyone to enjoy. From horse riding to hiking, yoga to fishing, skiing to sun set watching. You really don’t know what your are missing!
We round up some of the best guided and self-guided walks that explore the continent’s high peaks, deep fjords and rare wildlife
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© CLAUDIO MORTINI™◊ Il paese della fiorita è Castelluccio di Norcia, in Umbria, nel cuore del Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini, un posto dove favole
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The title of the Italian province of Le Marche literally means “the borderlands”, a neutral region neighbouring more important places. This makes a lot of sense when you consider that Tuscany lies to the north and Umbria to the south. Next to these titans of the tourist trade so beloved of the inglese, and hemmed in by the mountains and the sea on either side, you might call Le Marche something of a poor relation, rarely visited.
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Three European hotspots Tim Palmer explores a trio of less familiar European destinations for buyers who want a bit of buzz to go with their sunshine Raise the roof: Budva’s old town (Alamy) Ascoli Piceno […]…
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A wonderful mention in The Times newspaper yesterday for our beautiful Ascoli Piceno and Le Marche. And the article only features 3 places in the whole of Europe!
Come and find out for yourselves how special it really is. Whether you are looking for property or just coming for a well deserved holiday, to sip appetitive in the stunning Piazza Del Popolo at the famous Meletti Cafe, we are only 25 minutes away.
So a stay at The Hideaway is perfect for exploring Ascoli and all its surroundings. http://hideawaylemarche.com
Along the coast of Italy our readers sidestep the tourist traps to find expansive beaches, pristine marine reserves, the freshest seafood and stretches the locals have been trying to keep to themselves
So great to see Le Marche’s stunning Conero National Park being featured in the Guardian today. Its really is worth a visit as is much of the Marche coastline.
Only 80 minutes from The Hideaway, you can dine on some of the best mussels in the world whilst watching the deep blue ocean surrounded by pine forests.
Do go and explore the Conero National Park – you certainly won’t be disappointed!
Our tiny theatre in Amandola is just one of the many beautiful theatres in the Le Marche region and throughout the year hosts a variety of events. So why not come and stay at The Hideaway this summer and treat yourself to an evening out. Thank you for the wonderful photos Baldhiker! http://www.amandolateatro.it/wordpress/
It was time to visit Italy again.. but away from the usual hotspots you hear of, it was time to head to a beautiful area in the mountains of the Region of Le Marche. A home from home for me, great open countryside, and a perfect greeting of snow tipped mountain tops with lush green and quiet valleys below. […]
Our local town of Amandola explored by Paul Steel, a blogger who came to visit last weekend as part of the Pensieri Fatti A Mano event. Lots of great experiences and demonstrations and a good turnout.
Today the little city is still situated along the Tronto river and surrounded by mountains on three sides. Two Natural Parks are bordering to the area: Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini and Parco Nazionale dei Monti della Laga. […]
Our beautiful nearby city of Ascoli Piceno. Perfect for strolling round or sitting in one of the may cafes and watching life go by. Don’t forget the antique market he’d the 3rd weekend of the month.