You can’t really say you are from Le Marche if you have never hiked to the famous Lago di Pilato (Pilato’s Lake). Actually, if you want to sound even more marchigiano, you should definitely call it “Pilato’s LakeS”. Indeed, this natural lake, located at 1940mt asl, presents itself sometimes as two lakes, connected only by a small stream…
Sometimes the social media help us in unexpected ways. This is the case of Isabelle, who discovered by chance that in our region there is an eco-museum that is welcoming volunteers from all over Europe, thanks to a European project. The museum is called Villa Ficana, and it is situated just outside the city walls..
It won’t be the hot summer days to stop the hiking group of Cupramontana! What’s for sure, though, is that they will probably look for more shelter and cool places, than those sunny hot locations that they usually visit. It is the case of their last hike to the Gola dell’Infernaccio (which in English would..
In our blog there is a special section that gathers the traditions all around Le Marche. Tradition is a very misused word, because what can be exactly known as a tradition? Tradition is something that should be passed down from generations to generations, because of its preciousness and uniqueness. And this is exactly what the..
We promised another photowalk day, and here we are, or actually, here they are. My fellow writers Isabelle and Elke (together with their partners and other bloggers from Le Marche) joined the last photowalk into the seaside destination called Porto Recanati. Reaching (and finding a spot for the car) Porto Recanati is quite easy: right..
Nonna (Grandma) Franca is a real connoisseur of the big, long Sunday meals that she prepares very thoroughly for all her children and grandchildren. From now on she will show us traditional recipes (and traditional tools) of Le Marche. She is from Poggio Cupro (as the whole Ecco Le Marche crew), as well. Here is..