Appartamenti Senigallia


The region of Le Marche gives onto the Adriatic Sea, in the centre of Italy.

It counts a little more than one and a half million inhabitants, spread over the five provinces of Ancona, regional centre, Pesaro Urbino, Macerata, Fermo and Ascoli Piceno; and only a town out of four counts more than 5000 inhabitants.

The territory comes from Sibillini Mounts, that descend softly along parallel valleys into the sea; the so-called “Marche” (plural form of “Marca”= “March”, a border region), physically separated and culturally different, make this region unique, thanks to the variety of traditions, dialects, gastronomy, artistic and natural heritage.

One of the most popular advertising slogans defines Le Marche as “All Italy in one region”; here indeed it is possible to find snow-covered mountains, variously cultivated hills, sandy beaches and cliffs overlooking the sea, harmonious contrasts that form the background to a great history, that made it birthplace and homeland of likewise great personalities, such as Giacomo Leopardi, Raffaello, Giovan Battista Pergolesi, Gioacchino Rossini, Gaspare Spontini, Father Matteo Ricci and Federico II.

Discovering Le Marche means marking a path in search of beauty; it means experiencing a land of rarities, where culture and environment coexist harmoniously.