“Chi magna e non invita se strusassa ogni molica!”
“Those who eat and do not invite, may they choke on every bite!”
A region as varied and beautiful as Marche is a typically Italian jewel. This region offers the chance to discover the Renaissance through the historic center of enchanted Urbino or by horseback riding in the Monti Sibillini Nature Park, watershed of the Apennines.
Marche landscape makes the region special when it comes to the cultivation of vines, from which unique wines such as Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi are made, or the production of traditional cured meats and cheeses. The forests of the Apennines also produce honeys of rare goodness and quality.
The most famous snack of Le Marche is undoubtedly the olive all’ascolana, a small olive covered with meat and fried, to be eaten in one bite during an aperitif.
What better way to learn about Le Marche than through its products?