We all love Italy and its wonderful food and wines, but sometimes the more touristy destinations like Venice, Rome and all the hilltop villages in Tuscany don’t feel like the true Italy any longer.
We have gone on a trip to discover some of the more hidden away regions of Italy. Our trip started with a flight to Rome and a drive east through the scenic Appenine mountains. The three-hour drive (about 180 km) on the ancient Roman salt road, the Salaria,(or alternatively on the A14 highway through Abruzzo) is certainly worth it, we arrive at our first destination the Borgo Storico Seghetti Panichi and feel immediately at home. [Read More...]
It is only a few kilometres from Ascoli Piceno [Read More...]
Le Marche is one of the most culturally interesting Italian regions. It has the highest density of museums and galleries in Italy, with approximately 100 città d’arte, 106 castles and 71 important historic theatres. We visit Offida [Read More...]
Thee food and wine produce in this region have maintained their authenticity and originality and you can visit many of the small, privately owned vineyards and can even take part in the olive harvest at the end of October.
The hills of Le Marche slope gently down to the sea and thick tropic-like vegetation merges into the sandy beaches of the Adriatic coast, where you can enjoy some of the best seafood in the country and a typical, but less crowded beach holiday.
Via Mariano Pallottini