Le Marche is a central region of Italy on the east coast composed of rolling hills and fertile plains at the base of the Apennine mountains. It is bordered by Umbria in the west, Emilia-Romagna to the north, and Abruzzo to the south.
Ian and Jo moved out to Le Marche 12 years ago, having grown tired of what was available in the UK. Upon settling down, and amid restoring 3 houses and helping others with theirs, they began to explore the surrounding area. Ian is now under threat from Jo to not do another restoration job so, he turned his attention to sharing his knowledge of the wonders of the Le Marche region.
This area has so much to offer. From Ancient Roman ruins to Medieval Castles on hill top towns. Explore deep caves, Paper Factory museums, Beach front restaurants, Top class clothing outlets from the likes of Tods, Prada, Geox and Hugo Boss. Not to mention the Hat factories and accessories made in the area. Why not take in a day out to the various wineries, or try a Gourmet 14 course degustation meal? We can plan anything you fancy.
For the more energetic among you, why not hire a bike or canoe? Fly across a lake on a zip wire.Go trekking, either on foot or by pony? Come over for a special Valentines break or Christmas.
Stay for the Blues and Rock season or try the Open Air Opera.
We will accommodate you in either a Top Class Hotel, or if you prefer, self catering accommodation in one of many farmhouses around.
Whatever you desire, we CAN DO IT.
In conjunction with hotels and self catering villas, they will put together a holiday of a lifetime. All you have to do is tell us what you want of of your holiday in Le Marche, and when you want it.
Why do we love Le Marche, Italy
Beautiful Adriatic beaches and ancient towns perched on hilltops, or nestled deep between rolling farmland, give travelers to Le Marche a real taste of central Italy.
Two main highways traveling along the coast facilitate transportation to the larger cities. One of the most valuable parts of visiting Marche is driving through the interior, visiting smaller towns and exploring areas where there are virtually no tourists.
Recently a buzz word in Britain and a ex-pat destination for vacation home buying. Le Marche has been compared to Tuscany as having all the attributes, with none of the hassles of high prices and large crowds.