More adventurous outdoorspeople will seek Conero Riviera, which contains hidden sanctuaries only reachable by sea or by precarious paths cutting through the green Mediterranean scrub.
Marche is known, above all, for its natural splendor, with a plethora of national and regional parks and WWF oases to visit. The parks on the Monti Sibillini and Monti della Laga offer superb hiking for all levels.
The wonderful caves created by Karst, like the Grotte di Frasassi, some of which have been inhabited since prehistory, lure tourists from all over Europe for their great speleological interest. Expanses of orchards and vineyards over the Picenum hills and in the Valle dell’Esino, meanwhile, surround farmhouses where you can rediscover the simplicity of rustic life.
Marche, a shifting region in central Italy, contains a variety of landscapes and territories: from harmonious and winding shapes, to cliffs and caves interspersed with unforgettable seashores, to hills that evoke history, tradition, and art, up to the excellent mountain ski resorts.
Running along the Adriatic coast, Marche offers many lovely beach resorts: Senigallia is renowned in particular for its long stretch of golden, thin sand and clear water, though Gabicce Mare, Pesaro, Fano, Civitanova Marche, and San Benedetto del Tronto are no less spectacular.
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