Le Marche or The Marches is one of Italy’s best-kept secrets. Surprising and wonderful in its diversity, this region of Central Italy shows off its multi-faceted beauty through cliffs and caves that overlook unforgettable beaches. The Region takes up most of the Adriatic side of the Central Italy lying between the Adriatic Sea and the Central Apennines and offers, in our view, delights that compare with the best of Tuscany: beautiful natural scenery, wonderful bathing and sea sports, cultural and artistic centers and typical Italian hill towns and villages.
If you are looking forward to discovering the best of the central Italian region, there is Le Marche, pronounced ‘lay markay’, is plural (Le Marche), which is sometimes translated into English as “The Marches”.
In the middle of the Summer you can get the chance to be delighted by the cool mountain breeze, between the mid-July to mid-August, especially if you are climbing up to the mountains. To avoid the Summer busy months, May, June and September are the ideal months to tour Le Marche, having the chance to explore and to admire the spring green, the first symbols of Autumn with romantic rains looking like real showers. The wettest seasons are mid-February to mid-April and mid-October to mid-December when days of grey mist and rain can set in up in the mountains. Le Marche weather makes each traveler enjoy the experience.