Marche is a region of central Italy, wonderful as unusual for their diversity of landscape and territory: crags and caves alternating with unforgettable beaches, mountains and hills that recall history, tradition and art. The territory is predominantly hilly and mountainous; the Adriatic coast it has low and sandy beaches, washed by crystalline water. For those who love extreme nature, Riviera del Conero offers evocative scenery and wilderness flips, sometimes reachable only by sea or trails traced in the green of the mediterranean scrub. Numerous are the national and regional parks and WWF oases to be discovered.
Ancona, overlooking the Adriatic Sea, owns one of the largest Italian ports. Art cities rich in monuments and with 2.400 years of history, is one of the major economic centers in the region, as well as its main urban center by size and population. Leaning towards the sea, the city rises on a bend-shaped bend that protects the largest natural harbor in the central Adriatic. It is worth mentioning Urbino: it was one of the most important centers of the Italian Renaissance, which completely preserves its architectural heritage. Since 1998, its historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Marches are formed by 5 provinces and 236 municipalities. The provinces are Ancora, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Macerata and Pesaro and Urbino.