Hotels to remember: Marche

Castel di Luco

Acquasanta Terme

Hotel Leone

Montelparo

From € 150.00

Il Sambuco

Morrovalle

From € 100.00

Residenza 100 Torri

Ascoli Piceno

From € 87.00

Santomaro Sea Loft

Civitanova Marche

Villa Cicchi

Ascoli Piceno - Abbazia di Rosara

Castello di Monterado

Monterado

From € 79.00

Locanda di Villa Torraccia

Pesaro

From € 65.00

Hotel Excelsior

Pesaro

From € 119.00

Marche: suggestions from the insiders

Debby Manz

(Insider)

Debby Manz

A part of Italy that will truly satisfy your search for authentic Italian food experiences. (Le Marche - A Secret Haven for Lovers of Italian Food) →

Madeline Jones

(Owner)

Hotel Leone

Small Boutique Hotels

Madeline Jones

Montelparo, in the foothills of the Sibillini Mountains, is not only on the doorstep to three national parks, but is also the perfect gateway to the many nearby historic towns including Ascoli Piceno and Fermo, blue flag beaches and more. (Hotel Leone) →

Orlando Rodano

(Proprietario)

Castello di Monterado

Historical Residences

Orlando Rodano

Monterado is a quiet village, located in the typical hills of Marche region, far 12 km from the city of Senigallia. It's an excellent starting point to the beach or to the hill, to beautiful places like Urbino, Corinaldo and Monte Conero. (Castello di Monterado) →

Anna Passi

(Proprietario)

Relais Villa Giulia

Historical Residences

Anna Passi

Le Marche is one of the Italy's best kept secrets, with miles of sandy beaches, gentle sloping hills, rugged mountain peaks and cultural and artistic centres. Beside delighting the eye offers also a fine regional cuisine and superb wines! (Relais Villa Giulia) →

Others

Marche at a glance

Marche Hotel

Delicate and sunny, like its hillside and beaches. Intimate like one of Leopardi's poems, poignantly seductive like a Rossini opera, unforgettably beautiful like the art of Raphael.

Ancient stone hill villages, renaissance cities, and old fashioned seaside resorts: Italy’s Marche is a region of rich and varied landscapes where to find sandy beaches, rocky precipices, rolling hills, mysterious caves, and immense nature reserves. 
Lying between the Appenines and the Adriatic, Marche is home to cities of great architectural and artistic value, the most famous of which is the hilltop Urbino, "ideal city" and renaissance art capital created by Federico da Montefeltro. Quietly vying for tourists’ attention, Ancona, Pesaro, Ascoli Piceno and Recanati, the city of the poet Giacomo Leopardi, are all more than worthy of visit as is the university town of Macerata, which boasts a magnificent open air arena where the Sferisterio Opera Festival is held.