Back in the old days, at the end of April the farmers had quite a big job in preparing the brigattiera, the place in which the silkworms were producing their silk. The job consisted in setting up two or three rows of poles, which with their arms supported the sturòli (kind of long mats made..
Our blog is a modern relative of the old-fashioned guide book, which apparently is not as old as it may seem. Seen that I am open to new technology, but I do have a passion for paper, I accepted to write and translate into English the new guide book of Cupramontana: Cupramontana in tasca. This..
First of all, thanks to all of you for your birthday wishes! We are really surprised by your kind words, images and poems! It was hard but we finally made a decision: THE WINNER IS….BENTE from Denmark!! She sat and drew for a whole hour this beautiful drawing for us! She represented the Marche stunningly:..
Incredibly enough one year ago we started our blog and since then we’ve been collecting new friends all around the world (literally) who became more and more attached to our beatiful region, le Marche! Laura and Isabelle just had the idea back in 2017, and it all grew so quickly, until when we welcomed on..
Since Isabelle and I work in the tourism field, and this turns out to be a very busy season, we are going to post new articles once a week, starting from June. Precisely, you can find the new article on Thursday. But in September we will again report every Thursday and Sunday about Le Marche,..
Remember when we were talking about “Italy in a region”? Well, after caves, villages, mountain tracks, cooking traditions and vivid frescoes, let’s talk about our sea, the Adriatic Sea. Since summer is approaching, you may be interested in some sunny salty spot advice for your next holiday trip. Of course Le Marche has what it..