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..
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Ever since I have started to study tourism subjects (especially marketing), I have always looked at Le Marche as my future field of work where, one day, I could apply my knowledge. I could totally picture myself helping the local Destination Management Organization to promote my beautiful region within the national boundaries and, more likely,..
What I LOVE about the Marche is that, not only we have the whole Italy in one region, but also that we can boast the best of each part of it. Let’s talk about the beaches, for example. We can offer every kind of beaches you can think of, both for families, solo travellers, adventurers..
Christmas in Italy is always a bit of a battle. There are the panettone vs. pandoro teams, and the albero vs. presepe ones. Whereas I have not made my mind on the first struggle yet, I was born in a family where the presepe has always been (and will always be) the only and one..
Among all the Christmas traditions some of them may be in common with many other regions and, more generally speaking, with the entire Italian peninsula. However le Marche can boast one Christmas tradition that is uniquely ours: I focarò (bonfire) della Venuta (arrival). December, 10th marks the day of Our Madonna of Loreto, which celebrates..
The Romans left many traces in our territory, but many of them are not as famous as they should be. Historically, the Roman period in Le Marche started in 295 BC with the Battle of the Nations in Sentinum (now called Sassoferrato, which hosts the yearly re-enactment of the battle). They took over the so-called..