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Le Marche -Stunning central Italy from the Adriatic Riviera to the Appenines

tourism Le Marche Italy sibillini mountainsThe geography of Le Marche

The Italians describe Le Marche as "all of Italy in one region" as it combines history and culture with dramatic mountains, rolling hills and the wonderful Adriatic coast. A Le Marche property is a house and a home in a region with a vibrant economy with rich agriculture, fashion, shoemaking and newer industries. The Le Marche region is bordered by neighbours Tuscany, Umbria, Abruzzo and Emilia Romana and shares many of their best geographical features, yet is relatively undiscovered and surprisingly accessible. In the past Le Marche was traditionally a holiday area for Italians but more recently the secret's out and the area's beauty is becoming more widely appreciated-and Le Marche is often referred to as the new Tuscany. Take a look at our houses for sale in Le Marche.

The Sibillini Mountains of Le Marche

Most of our Le Marche property is in the South West of the region near to the Sibillini Mountains which are one of the highest sections of the Appenines. They are 40km long, contain 10 peaks in excess of 2000m- the whole area is home to many species of rare wildlife and is protected by the Sibillini National Park. The geography of Le Marche between mountains and sea consists of vine-clad hills, medieval villages and a rich mosaic of farmland.

Le Marche culture

The people of Le Marche remain closely linked to the land, many people still live in farmhouses and life here is family based with self-sufficient communities of farmers and craftsmen. You will see from our Le Marche Houses that much of the architecture has remained unchanged for centuries and wonderful medieval Le Marche towns offer the visitor an amazing range of history, are home to wonderful art, over 1000 working theatres, fantastic markets and year round festas where you can sing and dance, eat and drink great local fayre, and enjoy the local crafts and customs.

The Le Marche landscape

Property in Le Marche is ideal for people who love beach holidays as Le Marche boasts 180km of Adriatic coastline and a host of seaside resorts. Before buying our collection of Le Marche properties, villas, houses & apartments, we scoured the whole region and were captivated by the rolling hills, mountain ranges, grottos and lakes, good food and wine, spectacular art and architecture, as well as the hiking, skiing, horse riding and other leisure pursuits. It is easy to see why Property in Le Marche has steadily become a popular choice with overseas buyers.

Why buy a Le Marche property?

Our Le Marche houses for sale lie in a particular part of Le Marche around Sarnano which offers rolling hills, medieval villages and incredibly dramatic scenery due to its proximity to the National Park and the Sibillini Mountains. Sarnano has been named as one the most beautiful villages in Italy and has year round tourism thanks to its beauty, communication links, its Spa, ski resort and fantastic array of ristorante and shops. The le Marche property is in an area equi-distant from both Ancona, Perugia and Pescara airports (1.5 hrs), it's 2 hours to Rimini and under 3 to Rome, Forli and Bologna. It is a paradise for those who enjoy mountain holidays, hiking, walking holidays, or a cycling holiday.

Le Marche - Sightseeing highlights near to our Le Marche property

You will be astounded by the incredible beauty and variety of places to visit and events to experience in Le Marche, here's a short list of must see places;

Tolentino: A lovely Marche town that’s home to Saint Nicholas, a Napoleonic battle.

Ascoli Piceno: Fantastic travertine Piazza, sophisticated bars, cathedral, art & great wines.

Macerata: Classy historic centre, theatre and the amazing open air Sferisterio opera house.

Urbisaglia/Abbadia di Fiastra: Roman ruins, castle, monastery, museums, park & ristorante.

Jesi: A beautiful preserved fortified medieval town that’s home to Verdicchio wine.

Fano: Roman and medieval architecture mix in this classy town.

Pesaro: One of the main Northern Marche towns, lovely beach and shopping.

Civitanova Marche: Buzzing seaside town that comes alive in the Summer.

Ancona: Large Italian port and the Le Marche capital.

Senigallia: Largest Marche beach resort, lovely historic centre, great ristorante and nightlife.

Urbino: Well heeled town in the North of Le Marche famed for its renaissance art.

Sarnano: The local medieval town, one of Italy's most beautiful & only a ten minute walk away.

San Ginesio: A small local town with lovely centro storico

Conero National Park: On the Adriatic Riviera near Ancona, home to Sirolo and Numana- sandy coves, long beaches, shopping, eating and the home of Rosso Conero wines- great for wine holidays or wine tours.