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Discover this beautiful, yet relatively unknown region in central Italy. Find out what to do and see around our B&B Terra Mossa - Poggio San Marcello
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Bed & Breakfast Terra Mossa | Throttle back in Le Marche

Bed & Breakfast Terra Mossa | Throttle back in Le Marche | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

Because this topic talks about things to do around B&B Terra Mossa in Poggio San Marcello, the link to this bed and breakfast should also have a place here!

 

It's a small B&B in the Marche countryside, a 30-minute drive from Ancona Falconara Airport. The rooms offer panoramic views over the hills, and parking is free.

 

The three guest rooms are simple and airy, each featuring free Wi-Fi and a private bathroom. Breakfast is served on the terrace and includes homemade jams and fresh bread from a local bakery.

 

B&B Terra Mossa is owned by Annemarie and Mark, a Dutch couple. They will be pleased to assist you throughout your stay.

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To the Centre of the Earth, Series 3, Italy Unpacked - BBC Two

To the Centre of the Earth, Series 3, Italy Unpacked - BBC Two | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it
Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli visit the regions of Le Marche and Umbria.

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A lovely portrait of Le Marche

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Le Marche Carnival Cake: La Cicerchiata (small sized version)

The cicerchiata is a typical Le Marche and Abruzzo cake for carnival that is done by frying of the  small ball of dough  passed in the caramel honey.The Recipe is very simple just play and stop the video.


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The Temple of Valadier, a refuge for the soul

The Temple of Valadier, a refuge for the soul | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

An elegant octagonal church rises among the pointed and beveled rocks of a gorge between the mountains: it is the Temple of Valadier, in Genga, Marche. [...]


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127 Reasons why I love (and hate) Senigallia

127 Reasons why I love (and hate) Senigallia | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

Sadly, I was only in Senigallia for barely 4 days. I hate the fact that I could not be there the rest of the summer. There are those places where you wish you could stay longer but you have to leave. Senigallia is one of those.

I wish I could stay and spend my summer there. I wish I can go to the Summer Jamboree. I wish I can eat more Brodetto and seafood pasta.

I wish I could make every other trip I take feel as good as this.

 


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Meat rolls from Marche - Scaloppine ripiene marchigiana

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This recipe for meat rolls Marche as indicated by the use of the characteristic Ciauscolo salami which has a soft texture and a lightly smoky flavor spiced up with garlic and juniper. If you are not in central Italy, these sausages can be hard to find it.
Ingredients

300 g very thinly sliced beef or veal150 g Ciauscolo/soft salami80 g cured ham2 tbsp grated parmesanFresh sage, salt, pepper and olive oilFlour1 clove of garlic1 tbsp tomato paste200 ml red wineDirections
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Beaches in Le Marche, Italy by UsaToday

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Though the beaches of Le Marche are relatively unknown to foreign tourists, Italian flock by the thousands to this coastline in the summer. By far, the most sardine-can-packed conditions occurs around the mid-August Ferragosto holiday, when the cities empty out and Italians flee to the beach.

Getting There and Getting Around - Many guides tell you that you need a car to get around Le Marche, but if you are staying on the coast, public transportation is a viable option. The Italian state rail network operates high-speed frecciabianca trains between Milan and Lecce, in southern Abruzzo, passing through Ancona, the main coastal city in Le Marche. From Ancona, regional trains and buses connect to other cities along the coast. If you choose to rent a car when you arrive in Italy, the main coastal highway, Autostada 14, runs along the coast slightly inland, with minor roads connecting to the beaches. A little rougher, though more scenic, Strada Statale 16 runs directly along the coast, just darting inland around the elevated area south of Ancona.
Beach Towns - Eleven of Le Marche's beach towns have Blue Flag beaches: Civitanova Marche, Fano, Gabicce Mare, Grottammare, Numana, Pesaro, Porto Recanati, Porto San Giorgio, San Benedetto del Tronto, Senigallia and Sirolo. An international non-profit awards this designation to beaches based on their environmental management and education, safety services and superior water quality.
Protected Areas - The Parco Regionale di Monte Conero (parcodelconero.com) near Ancona, is a coastal regional park, includes three towns: Portonovo, Numana and Sirolo. Within the park, undeveloped beaches and their surrounding green hills lure in hikers and beachgoers who prefer seclusion, personal space and stunning vistas.


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The Marche on The Spectator | It's always meant to be the next Tuscany. It's still blessedly quiet

The Marche  on The Spectator | It's always meant to be the next Tuscany. It's still blessedly quiet | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

When I first visited the Marche a dozen years ago, folk who knew about such things tapped their noses and confidently predicted that it was to be Italy’s ‘next big thing’. The British would tire of Tuscany and Umbria, they said, and would head in Boden-clad hordes further east. They said exactly the same thing when I returned five years later and yet again more recently.
The invasion has yet to happen. Few of the top travel companies push or promote the Marche and the Brits have stayed wedded to Chiantishire. I really can’t understand why.
After all, the Marche has everything that Tuscany and Umbria have. There are handsome medieval walled towns and enchanting hilltop villages complete with — so the Marchigiani like to boast — 500 squares, 106 castles, 37 fortresses and 15 strongholds; there are the remarkable Frasassi caves; there are the rugged Apennines on one side, with the cobalt-blue Adriatic on the other; there are secluded sandy beaches and the myriad islands of Croatia are only a few hours’ sail away; there is great food and great wine. I mean, what’s not to like?[...]


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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, February 13, 2014 11:46 AM

This article first appeared in the print edition of The Spectator magazine, dated 15 February 2014

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Introduction to skiiing in the Italian Appenines, Le Marche, Italy

Introduction to skiiing in the Italian Appenines, Le Marche, Italy | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

Having experienced skiiing for the very first time, I would like to share some information about Sassotetto, high in the Sibillini mountains near Sarnano, Le Marche, and part of the Italian Appenines. For novice skiers, this resort is ideal since it is relatively inexpensive and accessible. It is possible to stay at the resort itself - there are several hotels, although we chose to stay near Sarnano and take the daily shuttle bus to the resort. There are two main centres at Sasso Tetto; Sasso Tetto and La Maddalena. We went to the latter and having walked the short distance from the bus to the ski school, enquired about an hour's lesson.
We were surprised that the lesson price was so reasonable; €30 for an hour for an individual but €40 for two people (See the detailed Sibillini Ski School price list). Our instructor was Domenico; although he probably spoke a little English we opted for our lesson in Italian. The hire of ski boots, skis and sticks was a reasonable €10 per person for the day, and once we were kitted out, he took us to the nursery slope for some tuition.


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Grahame Edwards's curator insight, February 1, 2014 3:49 AM

All this (and more) is an easy 15 minute drive from Bellavallone - www.bellavallone.com - reservations@bellavallone.com

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Iesi (Jesi in Italian): The City of a Holy Emperor and Divine Wine

Iesi (Jesi in Italian): The City of a Holy Emperor and Divine Wine | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

The old centre of Iesi is surrounded by fortified walls that were build in the 14th century to replace the Roman ones.  The famous white wine in this area is, of course, the fantastic Verdecchio dei Castelli di Jesi. The best place to taste the local wines is the Regional wine cellar (Enoteca Regionale di Jesi) situated in the Baroque palace of Balleani.  The legend has it that Frederick II, the most powerful Holy Roman Emperor of the Middle Ages, was born in the public square, now named after him. [...]


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Accommodation

La Locanda del Golf - Farm Holiday - www

Federico II - Hotel - www

L'Orchidea - Restaurant - www

Activities

Scuola Sibilla - Climbing, Ski and Snoboarding - www

Italcook - Cookery School - www

Noir Club - DiscoDinner - www

Club Scherma - Fencing - www

Campo Pratica Golf - Golf - www

Museo Archeologico e del territorio di San Floriano - Museum

Museo Diocesano - Museum

Pinacoteca e Musei Civici - Museum

Studio per le Arti della Stampa - Museum

Teatro G.B.Pergolesi - Theatre

Teatro Studio V.Moriconi - Theatre

Assivip - L'enoteca di Jesi - Wine Tasting - www

Shopping

Caseificio Piandelmedico - Cheeses - www

Cooperlat - Cheeses - www

Plebani Furniturewww

Fattorie Donzelli - Salamis - www

Salumi Tomassoni - Salamis - www

Cioccolato di BruCo - Typical Products - www

Montecappone - Wines - www

Alessia Plutino's curator insight, January 16, 2014 4:21 AM

Nice piece on Jesi highlighting historic background and providing a useful description of town. Not to forget a visit to the little gem BIBLIOTECA PLANETTIANA, you can book a guided tour with an enthusiastic member of staff with great knowledge who will show you around and show fantastic  and fascinating old books and maps.

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Italian food in Italy: not your mother's meatballs - World food - Lonely Planet

Italian food in Italy: not your mother's meatballs - World food - Lonely Planet | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it
Read Italian food in Italy: not your mother's meatballs for travel tips, advice, news and articles from all around the world by Lonely Planet
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The Italian Dish | Six Pasta Rules

The Italian Dish | Six Pasta Rules | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

Let's have a review of pasta rules, shall we? I still hear far too many people ask whether they should rinse their cooked pasta or not. Really? Haven't we settled this long ago? I guess some myths still remain. So let's just touch on some helpful rules of cooking pasta:

Six Rules of Pasta

Weigh your pasta...Salt your water...Be wary of pasta package directions...Don't pour out your pasta water...Don't oversauce your pasta...Let the sauce and pasta cook together for a couple of minutes...

These are the most important rules of cooking pasta that I think you should keep in mind. What are your pasta rules?


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Best Le Marche Restaurants: Ristorante Da Maria, Genga

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This Restaurant Ranked on Tripsdvisor #11 of 2,307 in Le Marche and Ranked #1 of 10 in town of Genga in proximity of the Frasassi Caves. Here 4 of the 243 positive reviews

"Very kind and friendly staff, offering both services and useful information. Clean and comfortable, with the very best home made kitchen representing Le Marche region and its culture. Attractive prices for good food. Great experience, I recommend it."

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"Wonderful home made pastas, nice friendly environment, excellent local wines (especially the white Verdicchio della casa), good marchigiano fair. We recommend the gnocchi verdi with spicy tomato sauce, the tagliolini with porcini, the ravioli with tartufo. The family is very hospitable, the portions are large and you must end the meal with a 'Da Maria' amaro."

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"The owners doesn't speak English but they have a menu in English. The foor is very good and the prices are reasonable."

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"I went to this seemingly nondescript osteria in a small, picturesque village on a hilltop above San Vittore-Frassasi on my birthday in August. The meal was outstanding. In a group of 7 we had 4 "primi" and 3 "secondi" and shared amongst each other. For the first courses we had passatelli with fossa ("buried") cheese, truffle tagliatelle, wild boar pappardelle and ravioli with a butter sauce. All the pastas were exquisite,and the sauces delicate and tasty. Loved especially the fossa cheese pasta. The second plates were equally good. The duck was flavourful and tender. The veal and beef were superb, as were the "contorni" (roast potatoes, zucchini). The origins of the meat were provided and the freshness was obvious. Had no room for desert.
The service was excellent -- our waiter spoke fluent English -- and Maria came out to make sure everything was to our liking. Housewines (local Marches) were excellent."


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Le Marche as seen by Samantha Cristoforetti

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Hello Ancona, capital city of Marche region in #Italy. / Saluti ad Ancona e le Marche con questa foto di gennaio. pic.twitter.com/OZXKTJ6RxB


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Bisbocci Abroad: Pretty Towns in Tuscany and the Marche

Bisbocci Abroad: Pretty Towns in Tuscany and the Marche | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

On my ten day vacation visiting family in Italy, I took the opportunity to visit some of the lesser-konwn attractions in my family's backyard. Tuscany is beautiful, and the world knows it. But the Marche are just as beautiful and, in comparison, relatively undiscovered. My family lives in Fabriano, a small town nestled in the Apennines. [...]


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Tasting Marche: regional excellence online

Tasting Marche: regional excellence online | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

Italy is a country full of talent and excellence, too often hidden by hard work and humility of its people, a land as much beautiful as enthusiastic. In the Marche Region, it is just passion that led a group of neo-entrepreneurs to discover local treasures, great foodstuffs and wines, often unknown, but able to satisfy even the most demanding palates.

Tasting Marche (www.tastingmarche.com) was founded with the ambitious mission to bring the food of “Le  Marche”, the most long lived Italian Region, on tables all over the World [...]


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How to Pronounce Le Marche

Learn how to say Le Marche correctly


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Le Marche, the new Tuscany - Wall Street International

Le Marche, the new Tuscany - Wall Street International | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

I have always believed at love at first site. I know exactly what I like and when I walk into a hotel or a restaurant I immediately sense whether or not I will have a good experience. This is exactly what happened when I visited le Marche. Most people fall in love with Italy because of its beautiful landscape, great food and picturesque cities. I was one of them. But let me tell you something: as beautiful as it may be it is incredibly unappealing to walk in the main piazza of any town and hear every language but Italian. Passionate and discerning travellers always seek and treasure authenticity, which is what in my opinion, differentiates a holiday from an experience.

Welcome to Le Marche. A stunning, soulful and undiscovered region that will take you back in time and make you instantly fall in love with the so called “stile di vita Italiano”. [...]


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VerdicchioTV_ep.01: Cantina Cavalieri, Matelica - Tradizione familiare - YouTube

Matelica è un piccolo paese delle Marche. Questo format è dedicato alla cultura enogastronomica di questo splendido territorio. In questa prima puntata dedic...

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Go-to-Wine Tuesday: Sartarelli Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi ...

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The wine that I've chosen today is one of the wines found in Passion on the Vine: Sartarelli Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico. Today's bottling comes from the 2012 vintage. Verdicchio is a wine that can achieve very high ...
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Le Marche Travel Guide

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Le Marche is a microcosm of everything tourists love about Italy—breathtaking landscapes, medieval architecture and terrific wine and food—minus the crowds.

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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, February 12, 2014 3:28 AM

This is one of the best articles of the season about Le Marche, it is a sort of a mini guide for everyone but especially for gourmands and wine lovers, for lovers of genuine people and the originality of the products. For all lovers of life and beauty. 

Sarah Topps's curator insight, February 12, 2014 9:48 AM

A great travel guide for anyone who loves Le Marche and is thinking about coming here for a visit.


Carolyn Kyprios at Villa Miramonti, Le Marche's curator insight, February 12, 2014 10:11 AM

A useful guide to our local wine growing areas. Murola and Dezi are near to Villa Miramonti and the Ciu ciu shop is in nearby Montegiorgio!

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Italiaanse verkeersregels - DitIsItalie.nl

Italiaanse verkeersregels - DitIsItalie.nl | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it
Verkeersregels neemt men in Italië niet zo nauw. Dat komt doordat de Italianen heel anders denken dan de meeste Europeanen.
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Le Marche on ITALIA Magazine: holidays, property, food, wine, Culture, People

Le Marche on ITALIA Magazine: holidays, property, food, wine, Culture, People | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

Escape the January grey skies to the shores of Italy, with inspiration and ideas for your next Italian getaway in the new issue of Italia magazine. Property-wise we are mad for Le Marche, and with Fleur Kinson’s guide to getting the most for your money in this stunning region, you’d be mad to miss it too! Whether you are interested in restoration or finished properties, it’s easy to see the best of what is available in issue 111 of Italia. If you are thinking of relocating, you’ll find tips and advice from those in the know on what to look our for and consider when making the move to Italy.


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Frittata di maccheroni avanzati - Leftover pasta Omelette

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Leftover pasta is generally pretty bad when reheated. But there is one great way to recycle leftover pasta: as a frittata. All you do is mix your leftovers with eggs and grated cheese, perhaps some minced parsley for color, and a bit of salt and pepper if it needs it. Then proceed as you would for any frittata, although I like to let this kind of frittata brown quite a bit more on each side.

Ingredients

For each 100-150g (4-5 oz) of leftover pasta, add:

2 medium eggs2 heaping Tablespoons of grated parmesan or pecorino, as you preferSalt and pepper, to tasteA few sprigs of fresh parsley, finely minced (optional)Olive oil for frying

 

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10 Reasons to Travel to Urbino: A UNESCO Site in Le Marche

10 Reasons to Travel to Urbino: A UNESCO Site in Le Marche | Discover Le Marche - Italy | Scoop.it

In Le Marche, not far from the Adriatic Sea, the savvy traveler will find the small hill town of Urbino. It is perched between the Foglio and Metauro Rivers.
Le Marche enjoys more than 100 miles of clean Adriatic coastline with long stretches of sandy beaches. The regional capital is Ancona where an annual “Summer Jamboree Festival” is held with bands from all over the world. www.summerjamboree.com 
Urbino was declared a dukedom in the middle of the 15th century. Raphael and Bramante were famous local Renaissance artists. Urbino’s historic center has a magnificent array of medieval and well-preserved Renaissance buildings nestled in a picturesque countryside setting that was unscribed by UNESCO in 1998.

Urbino was the birthplace of Raffaello Sanzio in 1483.[...]Visit the elegantly proportioned Palazzo Ducale that was built for Duke Federico da Montefeltro and his wife Battista Sforza as a defensive structure in 1460 designed by architect by Luciano da Laurana and Francesco di Giorgio Martini..[...]The palace houses the Galleria Nazionale delle Marche (The Marche National Gallery) and holds the most significant collection of Marchigiana art. This museum is the home to works by Raphael, Piero della Francesca, Tizano, Paolo Uccello and Luca Signorelli..[...]The elegant, Neo-Classical Duomo was rebuilt after the earthquake of 1789. It was done by Giuseppe Valadier, Architect of the Holy See..[...]Have a “Vino con Vista” at La Vecchia Fornarina close to Piazza della Republica. It is the oldest restaurant in Urbino. Order some fish stew with a glass of Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi (DOC) , a crisp white wine. Order some red Piceno (DOC) vino at the Mamiani Hotel on Via Bernini and enjoy the beautiful view..[...]Visit the Umani Ronchi Winery. Try some Medoro Marche Sangiovese or Le Busche Marche Bianco (www.unmanironchi.com). Visit the International Wine Label Museum in Cupramontana.[...]A haven for Foodies, the cuisine has been influenced by Romagna to the north and Abruzzi to the south. From polenta to porchetta and white truffles, the regional specialties of the Marches include:In August, attend the “Sagra delle Frittelle” of Massignano in the Ascoli Piceno fortress. This Fritter Fest is a 50 year old Italian Food Festival. The Macerata Opera Festival is held in Sferisterio from July 15 to August 15 www.maceratagallery.it..[...]More notable holy places include: the 14th-century Oratory of St John the Baptist with outstanding frescoes by Luca Signorelli and the 14th century Church of San Francesco with an interior that was redesigned in the 18th century. .[...]Attend glorious “Holiday Festivals and Events” in the town of Candelara in December in the province of Macerata and also in the town of Fano in Giardini Amiani..[...]



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Grahame Edwards 's curator insight, April 8, 2013 1:38 AM

We still have a couple of weeks available this Summer - so drop us a line at info@bellavallone.com - see you soon :)

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Scroccafusi, traditional Le Marche Video-Recipe

Scroccafusi, traditional Le Marche Recipe

Ingredients

6 eggs6 tablespoons of sugar150 grams of butter500 ml of milkgrated lemon2-4 tablespoons of Mistrà (or Anisetta, Ouzo, Pastis, Sambuca)2 packets of baking powder800 grams of flourAlkermes liquor


Easy Directions = Follow the video


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