Turistic Itinerary in Marche region. Hotel Prestige in Fano direct on Marche Sea
LAND AND TRAILS
Le Marche, Italy in a region.
In fact, the Marche is the region that offers the greatest variety of environments of the peninsula, from the mountain heights to the sandy beaches of the coast, passing through a hilly sweet interlude.
Are protected Marche:
Park of Sasso Simone and Somoncello - Distance: 94km
Natural Park of Monte San Bartolo - Distance: 26km
Furlo Gorge Nature Reserve - Distance: 45km
Reserve Ripanbianca - Distance: 44km
Natural Park of Monte Conero - Distance: 60km
Natural Park of Gola della Rossa and Frasassi - Distance: 70km
Abbadia Nature Reserve - Distance: 110km
State Reserve Torricchio Mountain - Distance: 90km
Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini - Distance: 165km
Bilge Nature Reserve - Distance: 135km
National Park of Gran Sasso - Distance: 175km
Corinth, a small but charming village that was the birthplace of St. Maria Goretti, located a few miles from Marotta, is still a place untouched, surrounded by green hills.
Protected by its medieval walls, rich in art and tradition, faith and culture, is the ideal destination for a day trip. Awarded by the Italian Touring Club, stands for quality of life and environment, earning the "green flag of agriculture" ... for this and many reasons that he was appointed, in 2007, the most beautiful village in Italy .
Many events of all kinds that take place during the year, the historical re-enactment "of the Well Fought Polenta" in July, or the most mysterious "Halloween" in October, attracts thousands of people from all over Italy, exhibitions, prestigious competitions and food and wine events throughout the year that cheer the charming village.
Gigantic concretions, white stalactites, stalagmites high: a magical underworld by the fascinating shapes. The caves are part of a complex cave system that stretches for about 18 kilometers inside the Regional Park of Gola della Rossa and Frasassi, a green oasis rich in history and art. Discovered in 1971 and opened to the public since 1974, the spectacular caves have already been visited by over ten million people. In about an hour of quiet and easy route you can admire the masterpieces of the involuntary nature enhanced by a clever use of lighting, the work of production designer Cesarini from Senigallia. Small lakes, stalactites, stalagmites shining, with arabesques salt crystal and alabaster. Just a kilometer and a half from the caves also on foot going towards the cavity suggestive: his cave, you will find an ancient monastery and the nineteenth-century temple of Valadier.
Urbino , Pesaro together , is the capital of the province of Pesaro and Urbino boasts ancient origins, evidenced by the discovery of archaeological material dating from the fourth century BC Urbino enjoyed a heyday during the Renaissance , a period marked by the presence of the family of Montefeltro.
The return of the powerful family in Urbino in 1375 , with the annexation of Gubbio and its territory in 1384 , were instrumental in the formation of the state of Urbino. The most famous member of the Montefeltro was Federico , lord of Urbino from 1444 to 1482 , and leader of diplomatic success , as well as passionate about the arts and literature . Federico da Montefeltro called to his court many artists and writers , including Piero della Francesca, who portrayed the Duke several times, but always in profile, as in a battle or a tournament he was struck in the face, losing his right eye.
The historical and artistic events that have contributed to the prestige of Urbino , in addition to being linked to Federico da Montefeltro , are interwoven with the events that have characterized the life of other important personalities , from Raphael to Pope Clement XI. www.urbinoculturaturismo.it
The town of Pergola is located about 300 meters above sea level on the 'area that sovrata the Cinisco in Cesano, not far from the Catria massif (1702 m.) It' was founded in 1234 in a territory inhabited since prehistoric times and then by Umbrians, Etruscans, Celts, Romani.Edifici relogiosi, portals with pointed arches, bas-reliefs, houses, towers and stone buildings are typical architectural testimony of the Middle Ages.
Do not miss the Golden and Bronze Museum of the city of Pergola with its equestrian group.
Two peasants who were digging in their field located in the parish of Cartoceto within the town of Pergola discovered by accident several hundred fragments of bronze gild weighing 9 tons June 26, 1946 and since then the museum is visited by thousands visitors throughout the year.
The name Mondavio that comes from "Mons Avium" (Mount of Birds) is found for the first time in a document of 1178, and subsequently in a register of the Vatican 1289.Mondavio stands on a hill from which you can admire Mount Catria and Monte Nerone.A 20 km from the Adriatic Sea is situated in the valley between the river and the river Cesano Metaurus.
What to see:
Former Capuchin monastery
Church of St. Francis
Coleggiata of Saints Peter and Paterniano
Riviera del Conero
Distance : 60km
The Riviera del Conero unique in the entire Adriatic coast drew the profile of the beaches , tracing a unique setting that passes by creeks and coves accessible only by sea as the beach of the Two Sisters in most expanses of sand and pebbles as the Portonovo beach and Numana to Porto Recanati . Awarded with the Blue Flag, the Riviera del Conero is distinguished by its clear water and cristalline.La Conero Riviera is not only one of the sea and the beaches. It ' also one of the inland villages clinging to the hills , is one of the underground cities that unroll beneath the city streets, is one of the castles and fortresses .
The Conero Regional Park offers a variety of special botanical features such as arborescent euphorbia , wallflower and fennel selvatico.Tra mammal species in the area are badgers, foxes , polecats , hedgehogs , weasels .
Fonte Avellana Monastery
The monastery of Fonte Avellana is located on the slopes of Mount Catria 700 meters above sea level Its origins lie around 980 A.D. when some hermits chose to build the first cell of a hermitage which over the centuries became the present monastery.
St. Romuald of Ravenna, the father of the Camaldolese Benedictine congregation greatly influenced the spirituality of the monks. He lived and worked between the tenth and eleventh centuries in areas near to Fonte Avellana, which Sitria, Petrano and San Vincenzo al Furlo.
When you arrive at the Monastery of Fonte Avellana, one is struck by its unique architecture, its history, its beauty that attracts and impresses with its simplicity. The stone of which it is composed habitat creates a totally unique and reflects that of the desert: a strange feeling of emptiness.