We devised some itineraries in each area to conveniently enjoy the tourist attractions in Le Marche Italy. We highlighted some of the main point of interest but don’t be afraid to get off the beaten path.
Le Marche is a very safe area and offers unsuspected treasures at every turn!
Ancona and the Conero Promontory
Ancona is a busy port. Most travelers arrive here only to catch a ferry to Greece, Croatia or Turkey but nevertheless, Ancona has some interesting monuments and tourist attractions that are worth a visit.
The Conero Riviera is one of the most beautiful natural environment of the Adriatic Riviera.
Here limestone outcroppings from the Apennines plunge into the sea creating stunning views. The Monte Conero is rich of wildlife and is now a natural park.
The area is also famous for the outstanding red wines and a wine tasting tour is a must for any keen enologist.
What to Visit Around Ancona
Here is an interesting tour of Ancona province.
Jesi is at the center of an area that produces excellent white wines.
Senigallia, thanks to its velvet beaches, many attractions and events is an appreciated beach resort, one of the tourist attractions in Italy.
Loreto is one of the main religious pilgrimage towns in Europe. Records of a holy shrine in Loreto go back to the 1294. Discover the legend of the holy house of Loreto.
Pesaro and its Surroundings
Pesaro is the city of birth of Gioacchino Rossini, the famous composer of Il Barbiere di Siviglia. Every year this town celebrates its most famous son with an international festival.
The walls of Gradara enclose a perfect castle and a perfect medieval world restored lovingly in 1923.
Federico da Montefeltro made of the jewel town of Urbino one of the culture centers of the Renaissance.
The Palazzo Ducale looks like a fairy tale castle and hosts some of the most important works of art of the Renaissance.
Acqualangna is the undisputed capital of truffle, here you can find fresh truffle year round.
The Montefeltro is a rugged and beautiful area in the Northwest of Le Marche Italy.
San Leo is the imposing and inaccessible fortress were the mysterious Count Cagliostro, alchemist and medium of the 18th century, was imprisoned and finally died. According to the legend is a body was never found.
This area is also a mecca for the gourmet with the Ambra di Talamello cheese and the formidable Carpegna ham.