The particularity of the Marche region is the proximity of the sea and mountains separated by a hilly landscape unique beauty and variety of colors. This allows, even during a short stay, he could devote to various activities.
Among the many routes you can choose the seaside resorts of the nearby coast of Marina di Altidona and Pedaso (just 3 minutes drive) or the famous Italian Riviera (Cupra Marittima, Grottammare and San Benedetto del Tronto) equipped with its beautiful beaches and the many chalets and restaurants offering entertainment throughout the day long.
Art lovers can visit the medieval villages of Torre di Palme, Campofilone, Moresco, Montefiore dell’Aso and Ripatransone. Also close the ancient city of Fermo, Offida and Ascoli Piceno, the city of hundred towers, the charming Piazza del Popolo and the Palazzo de’ Capitani.
Numerous in summer but also in the autumn events, pageants and festivals (each country will organize more than one), where you can sample the local specialtie
Mountain lovers can venture instead into one of the many nature trails of the Sibillini National Park where you can enjoy many activities from hiking to horseback ridin.
If you like shopping, you can not miss a single occasion of a visit in the many outlets of nearby Montegranaro and Cassette d’Ete in the most important footwear district of Italy. In this area are in fact manufactured quality shoes of the biggest fashion brands including Tod’s, Nero Giardini and Loriblu.
Attraction are not negligible gastronomic specialties valued in the summer, but also in the autumn by many other events and festivals. Our region is among the most appreciated for its culinary tradition which is a flagship of the Macaroni Campofilone, famous Olives Ascolane and Ciabuscolo.
In a territory voted to agriculture there also fruit and vegetables that can be purchased directly from the manufacturer, you Casa Argenta overlooks the famous Valley of the river Aso (Valdaso) area entirely covered by orchards. Are also valuable oils and DOC wines like Pecorino, Passerina and Rosso Piceno Superiore.
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