Marche I Villas in Italy
Experience Marche to the fullest with villas in Italy
Just to the south of San Marino lies the capital of Marche, Ancona, with its typically beautiful Italian landscape stretching between the Adriatic and the Apennines, offering great views from our terraced Italian villas. In the blossoming fields of Marche, you will also find some of the most significant, well-known rivers in Italy that eventually run into the sea. The river deltas form their own magical world. For animal lovers who enjoy a varied landscape, Italian villa holidays in dog friendly cottages are also recommended amidst the impressive mountains to the west, sloping towards the stunning Adriatic coast.
Get active with holiday villas in Italy
Holiday lettings in the Marches offer so many and varied opportunities for activity – from leisurely ambles in the countryside to extreme sports. There is plenty to offer in terms of outdoor adventures on your family holidays in this impressive environment.Whether you are a swimming enthusiast or you enjoy hiking, biking, trekking or climbing, there are countless chances to get active in Marche. Nature lovers will enjoy pleasant wildlife-watching trips exploring national parks on foot, whilst if you prefer something a little more high-octane, you can strap on a pair of skis or a snowboard and let loose whilst downhill or cross-country skiing right on the doorstep of your Italian country cottages.
Holiday rentals Italy near beautiful beaches
The nearest large towns on the coast are Fano, Senigallia and Falconara Marittima. The vibrant town of Fano offers unique attractions and has broad, luxurious beaches stretching out in front of dreamlike scenery. Relax here at your Marche villas, cottages with hot tubs and apartments in Italy, where you can enjoy local customs whilst swimming and soaking up the sun. Rent a holiday letting in this region and discover some of the best beaches in Italy! The long, golden, sandy beach of Senigallia is crystal clear, whilst the sprawling beaches of Civitanova Marche, Porto San Giorgio, Pedaso, Grottommare and San Benedetto del Tronto are almost all accredited with the ‘blue flag’.
Family holiday with culture and history
The name of this lovely region is attributed to the time of the Carolingian kings, who designated border areas outside the Roman Empire, as ‘Mark’. This region, full of wonderfully authentic Italian country cottages had many owners during its eventful and turbulent history and it was only until 1860 that the area was settled on as part of the Kingdom of Italy. Holiday villas in Italy can open up many opportunities to discover impressive artistic treasures in Marche – many harking back to the Italian Renaissance period. This region is also rich in imposing fortifications and pretty, antiquated villages, where you can find some of Italy's best activities.
Italian cuisine in the Marche region
For lovers of Italian food, the Marche region presents a banquet of traditional and varied cuisine. Rural farmland produces sumptuous olives, wild mushrooms, sweet grapes and hearty vegetables just right for a rustic fish stew or lamb soup. Wonderfully stuffed pasta dishes are the pride of the region’s hinterland, whilst coastal communities enjoy a long tradition of delicious fish dishes. Your holiday rentals in Italy are ideally placed to discover the culinary heritage of the Le Marche Region – whether truffle hunting in the areas surrounding your Italian villa, picking out fresh olives at the market, or sitting down to enjoy an authentic lasagne around the dining table at your gorgeous holiday lettings in Italy.
Italian villa holidays – location, location
Marche consists of five provinces: Ancona, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Macerata and Pesaro-Urbino. Ancona is far more well-known because the city has one of the largest ferry ports in the entirety of Italy. You may well land here on the journey towards your country cottages in Le Marche. Some go to the harbour to socialise and observe the daily hustle and bustle. Whereas on the hills of Piceno and in the capacious valley of Esino, there is a thriving network of fruit groves and vines. The neighbouring region of Tuscany and Umbria are also within reach of your holiday villas. Time passes more slowly here, where old mansions, farmhouses and Italian villas tell stories from the past and add to the rustic charm of this region.
Shopping in the Marche
Whilst you rent Italian villas, you can have all the fun of shopping for prestigious footwear and garments, but you can also take tours of the factories or workshops where Italian clothing is produced. From leather boots to summer sandals, dolly shoes to striking stilettos – if you rent villas in Italy, particularly in the Marche region, you can find out how these creations are made. Not only this, but many of the 1,700 shoe factories in the Marche region, small and large will sell their wares at a highly discounted price. Grab yourself a bargain on your cost-effective holidays and visit the coast, where the clothing is shipped out worldwide.
Italy has such a variety to offer, and NOVASOL’s product range reflects this. Visit a favourite villa in Tuscany, a cosmopolitan apartment in Rome, a secluded holiday home in Sicily or try the path less trodden and find yourself exploring the rustic but beautiful region of Le Marche. NOVASOL have a variety of villas in Italy to suit your needs and local offices in Italy to ensure that you are well looked after during your self-catering holiday, as well as before and after. Browse our extensive listings online, or order a brochure today.