Le Marche is a beautiful region of central Italy, washed by Adriatic Sea to the east and by the mountains of the central Apennines to the west. It is rich in places to visit and is dotted with pretty medieval villages that have kept their ancient architecture intact. In recent years it has become the favorite destination of many tourists, coming from all over the world, who love to immerse themselves in our tradition, discover our artistic heritage and participate in the cultural events that regularly take place.

From La Melusina it is easy to organize trips, excursions and trekking on the Sibillini mountain, in particular, on Mount Vettore with its prehistoric Lago di Pilato (Lake of Pontious Pilate), or discovering mountain villages and admire breathtaking views, where the view extends to the sea.

You can easily reach the nearest cities: Ascoli Piceno and its marvelous Piazza del Popolo – known as Il Salotto d’Italia, the Living Room of Italy. There is San Benedetto del Tronto with the famous riviera of palm trees and its beaches, or Fermo with the Duomo overlooking the whole valley of the river Tenna. You will find Macerata and its spectacular Teatro Sferisterio and Offida, the city of tombolo lace.

For lovers of the sea, we recommend a trip to Ancona, the regional capital, where they can bathe in the crystal clear waters of the Conero Riviera and appreciate the beauty of its cliffs overlooking the sea and the pebble beaches.

Also worth visiting is the Fermano zone, world center of authentic Made in Italy footwear. Shopping enthusiasts can go to the outlet of the most prestigious fashion brands and shop at truly advantageous prices.

Le Marche is considered one of the Italian regions with the richest variety of excellencent food and wine.

In the many restaurants scattered all over the territory or in the festive seasonal festivals, you can taste the typical traditional dishes: dishes based on white and black truffles, the famous minced meat stuffed olive Ascolane, “Vincisgrassi”, the macaroni of Campofilone, the lamb scallops of the Sibillini and the various fish dishes such as the typical broth or equisitely fried paranza, accompanied with the fine regional wines: Rosso Piceno Superiore, Verdicchio, Passerina and Pecorino.

We assure you that in our beloved region you will not be bored, and you will be spoiled by the multitude of choices in planning your stay, and you can always count on our friendly support, with information and advice, to make your holiday special and unforgettable.