Located in central Italy, on the shores of the Adriatic Sea, between Emilia Romagna, Umbria, Lazio and Abruzzo, with a not very extensive territory (about 9,400 sq km) for a population of about 1,500,000 inhabitants, the Marche Region has been for years far from mass tourism, little known despite some of its illustrious sons (Leopardi, Raffaello, Rossini and many others) and not very popular.
And perhaps this has allowed its inhabitants to maintain their character of industrious, silent and shy people, but very active, respectful of their territory, of which they know well the value, and for this reason they care and protect the variety with the utmost attention. landscape, flora and fauna, the various ecosystems that characterize it. Yes, because the Marche has everything: crystal clear sea and splendid beaches, gentle hills and cultivated plains with a great variety of plants, lakes and spas for total relaxation, mountains (the Apennine chain) to climb and discover in every path and ravine.
Without forgetting the history of its inhabitants, an ancient history, which starts from afar, from the Roman era, through the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, the Unification of Italy up to the contemporary era, with technology and companies of international value. Those who arrive in the Marche discover a treasure, a treasure chest hidden in a corner that he did not know he had, and which once discovered reveals priceless treasures. Not for nothing has the international magazine Lonely Planet classified the Marche region as the second region to visit in 2020 (... and we add in 2021, 2022, 2023 and beyond ...)