This Renaissance town is called and known to be “the balcony” of Le Marche, thanks to its prime location, over a 600m above sea level hill. If there are no clouds, You can enjoy a 360° panorama, from the snow-capped Sibillini until Monte Conero and the sea.
Camerino, Tolentino and San Severino
These towns represent the history of the Marche region. In a circle area of 30KM, those cities originally from the Roman Empire and the Medieval Age, are real jewels; they survived to the hearthquakes of 2016, preserving their original beauty.
Fiastra Lake and Lame Rosse geo-site
Get ready to be amazed by the beauty and the colors of Fiastra lake. This is the nerve center of this area, from here you can start to visit different places, such as Lame Rosse geo-site, and the Sibillini National Park.
Surely one of the most famous and beautiful natural beauties in Le Marche, but also in Italy. Its light effects, and especially its limestone formations will delight your eyes and fill your hearth.
One of the most famous towns in Italy is Assisi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and, above all, the homeland of San Francesco. Today it is well-known to pilgrims from all over the world, but the Basilica draws attention from all kind of tourists, as it is a monument of great artistic value.
The invention of paper is traditionally attributed to the Chinese, but it was actually the Arabs who, after having learned the rudiments of manufacture and made a few improvements, spread the new product throughout the west. It was a long, arduous process that was completed in the second half of the 13th century here, in Fabriano.