In the middle of Italy, the Le Marche region is located on the Adriatic Sea, with a 170 kilometre long coastline. The coast contains mainly sand and pebbles, but is interrupted in two places by rugged rocks. These wild parts of the coast can be found south of the regional capital Ancona, and north of Pesaro. Ancona is considered to be the only major port of Le Marche. Discover this beautiful region from your own holiday home in Le Marche.
To the north, Le Marche borders Emilia-Romagna and San Marino, and to the west, the regions of Tuscany and Umbria. The Apennine mountain range occupies the western part of the region. The highest peak in La Marche is the Monte Vettore and is part of the Monti Sibillini massif, which has been declared a national park. From your holiday home in Le Marche, you can enjoy the varied surroundings. Between the high mountains and the coast, the landscape of Le Marche is mainly very hilly and contains important agricultural areas, including vineyards, olive trees and fruit trees. So it's no surprise that you'll be pampered with delicious wine and Italian dishes during your holiday in Le Marche!
In the Le Marche region, you can still enjoy pure Italian life, undisturbed. Delicious food, drinks and tranquillity are central here.The region is still undiscovered by many tourists, and offers a fantastic starting point for a relaxing holiday. Both the mountains and the sea can be found in La Marche, making it a versatile environment in which to stay. With a holiday home in Le Marche, you have a typical Italian home base during your holiday. The immense olive trees and vineyards are signs that you truly are in Italy.
From your holiday home in Le Marche, you can go in all directions for a wonderfully relaxed and versatile walk. The hills and mountains are the ideal backdrop for a trip on foot or by bike. At the foot of the mountains, you will find most of the hiking trails, which will take you to the most beautiful spots of Le Marche. On the coast, there are a number of beautiful paths with a particularly beautiful view of the sea too. In the south of the region you will find the most famous hiking area, Monte Sibilinni. This place is a true hiking paradise! Whether you're a novice hiker, walking with children, or already have a lot of experience with long walks, Le Marche has hiking trails for all levels! Dive into our offer, and book your own holiday home in Le Marche for a versatile holiday!
There is plenty to see during your holiday in Le Marche. The region is full of typical Italian villages. All have city walls, small streets, cute squares, nice restaurants and beautiful surroundings.Ancona, Urbino and Ascoli Piceno in the south, are important cities. But Jesi is also very popular thanks to the production of Verdicchio wine. This beautiful city full of alleys and winding streets is surrounded by a city wall and a pleasantly busy city centre where you can enjoy shopping. Almost all of Le Marche's cities have a theatre, one more beautiful than the other. Do you like art, culture and history? The many museums will gladly teach you something about the past and present of the region. After an impressive day in the open air, nothing beats recovering in your own holiday home in Le Marche!