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Ah, “la bella Italia”—full of historic architecture, delicious food, and beautiful beaches. Le Marche is a fascinating region, because it has each of these three things plus an incredible mountain landscape featuring the stunning Monte Conero, sitting majestically at 572 meters above sea level.
Italy is known for its stunning architecture, rich landscape, and of course—its delicious food. While each region has its specialty, Le Marche stands out for its diverse cuisine, stemming from its strategic location next to the sea and in the mountains. For this reason, it’s able to offer its locals and guests the best of both worlds…and let’s not forget about the wine, which deserves a separate blog post in itself!
Traveling to Italy has been the topic of various famous films, ranging from the classic Under the Tuscan Sun to the famous book-turned-movie, Eat, Pray, Love. Although these films were released in different decades, they both contain independent characters who choose to take a much-needed break in classic Italian style.
A road trip vacation in Italy is always a great time, but with so many culturally unique and exciting regions to explore (Tuscany, Umbria, Campania, and Calabria, just to name a few) it’s not always easy to experience the wide breadth of Italian culture and history in a single trip. That’s not the case with the Marche region though
November is prime truffle time and truffles represent the greatest culinary treasure of the gastronomic area of Le Marche. Le Marche Holiday organises specific gastronomic tours in order to know all the secrets of this edible treasure.
There’s a place that’s as much as beautiful as Florence, its landscape as various as Tuscany’s, its people that always warm and welcoming. I’m talking about Le Marche Region.