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The Marche is a region where history, culture and landscape have helped shape a unique and extraordinary that deserves to be discovered.
Visit the hinterland is not only an opportunity to recover a serene and patriarchal, in the peace of the green hills, as a kind of inner and cultural enrichment resulted from the encounter with works of art, historical events, literary memories, legends , in the most unexpected points of this vast territory. The historical and cultural heritage is a bit ‘everywhere been preserved, as well as works of art, and because nobles and prelates made in each country a fief, and because the municipal history that for centuries divided the region, enabled artists to work in communal entities.

The writer Guido Piovene has judged the Marches the most typical of Italian landscapes calling it “filtered land, civil, indeed the most classic of our lands”.

In such a scenario come together extremely varied artistic excellence, expression of a cultural pluralism settled for centuries, which is located in the fractionated historical development of the region. And being a region “more than the sum Summary” of experience and sediments of various kinds, origin and influence, helps to make the Marche one of the richest cultural heritage of Italian regions.

180 Km. Of coastline, beautiful beaches, 26 towns bordering the Adriatic Sea where you can spend quiet holidays, the sea port of Ancona and 9 marinas.

The Marche coastline stretches from the promontory of Gabicce Mare at the mouth of the Tronto and is divided into two differently oriented, from the Monte Conero promontory that is the major uniqueness of the Adriatic coast north of Gargano. The coast could not escape the mutability that nature wanted to give the Marche landscape in every corner of its territory.

The wolf was always considered a great enemy of man. This resulted in an unjustified persecution that brought the species at risk of extinction. At the end of the 70 they remained Apennines very few examples, some of which the Sibilla hills. In the following years, thanks to the protection of the species, the number of wolves has increased significantly (400-500 specimens estimated in Italy). Today is consistently present throughout the Apennine chain and also re-colonized the Alps.

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