The italian region of Le Marche
The name of this Italian region comes from mark, which in the middle ages meant a border region of the Holy Roman Empire. The land, situated the Appennines mountains and the sea is one of the greenest, prettiest and most civilized parts of Italy.
The many beaches and old medieval tows melt together with hilly landscapes and are generally populated by fewer tourists than the neighbour regions of Tuscany and Umbria. The coast is generally little indented except for the promontory of Conero and wide beaches prompted the development of well equipped bathing resorts. The culture of the region is also very interesting.
The region is served by daily direct flights to Ancona from London Stansted, and from other cities abroad like Munich, Moscow and Paris.
More detailed information about the region of Le Marche, local attractions, nature, historical monuments, accommodation and properties for sale and for rent can be found at this external page.