A small medieval village near Senigallia that has kept its defensive walls virtually intact. This gem nestled in the hills of the Marche is a multiple award winner: Green Flag for Agriculture, Orange Flag of the Touring Club and listed as one of the Most Beautiful Villages in Italy.
Formerly called Montenovo, it is a small town about 21 km from Senigallia, in the hilly hinterland of Le Marche, 252 metres above sea level. Its distinctive panorama stretches across the green countryside.
The Frasassi Caves are one of the most beautiful underground structures in Europe. Located in the municipality of Genga, they are an essential tourist destination for both the marvels underground and the area's natural, environmental, artistic and cultural riches.
It is one of the most famous destinations of religious Catholic pilgrimages. In fact, Loreto is the location of the Sanctuary of the Holy House of Loreto and the Basilica was built around the Holy House where Mary received the announcement of Jesus' birth.
Urbino is located between the valleys of the Metauro and Foglia rivers, on two hills 451 metres above sea level, from which there is a stunning panorama embracing green hills and majestic mountains. The historical centre has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Castelleone di Suasa
Not to be missed are the guided visits to the Archaeological Park of the Roman city of Suasa and the museums in the Misa and Cesano Valleys.
The fame of Gradara is linked to Dante's poem in which the overwhelming love story between Paolo and Francesca began. A fortress built by the Malatesta family as from 1260 that can still be visited today. The surrounding walls have walkways that allow visitors to enjoy a truly suggestive panorama.