The Best Corner Of Italy That You’ve Never Heard Of: Le Marche
YOU DON’T NEED A THERAPIST, JUST A GOOD TRAVEL TO THE MAGIC ITALY.
Italian Lifestyle Experiences
The word “Italian” is a common prefix to Food, Wine, Art, Design, Cars and Motorbikes so it’s no wonder more and more of your clients are wanting to experience this Italian lifestyle while in Italy.
Some of our more popular Italian lifestyle options revolve around iconic Italian cars and motorbikes like exploring the Chianti area of Tuscany in a vintage Fiat 500, Alfa Romeo, or Masserati or the excitement on the back of a Vespa. There is also the Italian design and fashion experience with a visit to the Milan fashion show and art, design and architecture tours with an expert guide.
I am really glad that our purpose to spread love for our amazing Country and, especially, for Le Marche region, is much appreciated by the Americans. Ann Abel tells her unforgettable experience at the Agriturismo Ramusè, where she watched with delight as Paolo Ciccioli (the owner) spent a full 30 seconds shaving a black truffle over her pasta, a bit like falling in love. Truffles are the point of Ciccioli’s agriturismo, a charming house that once belonged to his grandparents in these hills around Ascoli Piceno in Le Marche, before being the owner of Ramusè, Paolo was working as an exporter of his region’s black and white truffles for London restaurants and the Borough Market. Jamie Oliver, Giorgio Locatelli, Gordon Ramsay and Raymond Blanc were among his clients, just to say.
LE MARCHE REGION, AN AUTHENTIC PARADISE
During my interview with Ann, I pointed out just few of the plenty of love words I can use to describe my Country and region: “Le Marche is a place that’s undiscovered for Americans,” I said “It’s a little gem off the classic tourist route where agriculture, artisanship and local life are in perfect rhythm.” Throughout this article we tried to give Le Marche what it deserves, painting the Sibillini Mountains with all their marvels and cinematographic landscapes, and talking about the locals and how they welcome guests, gifting as much love as possible (and Slow Food, of course!).
Dreaming big, using what was around to create something beautiful, and to welcome guests from all over the world and introduce them to his small corner of Italy. This is what Italycharme and all the Km0 farms and local companies do.