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The best of the Marche’s culture and food is personalized to every desire or need.  The touristic itineraries are designed depending on the length of the stay, the type of vehicle used, and naturally one’s personal preference for the course.  

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The Golden Route 

The "Golden Route" traces a path that unfolds in the hinterland of Pesaro that is rich in history, architecture, and a deep gastronomic tradition. There are thirteen places of cultural interest bound together with their food and wine carefully chosen for the keen enthusiasts, that can find their summits at the astronomical observatory in the Bali Saltara Museum, in the Golded Bronzes museums at Pergola and in the delicacies of the Furlo Gorge’s (Gola del Furlo) white trufflesA 168 km route.

 

Cave of the Wind Route

The “Cave of the Wind Route”  delimits a hiking track that fits right in between the gems of Marche tourism. It contains an outstanding stop to be made at the Frasassi Caves (Grotte di Frasassi) in Genga and Valdicastro, both flagships of an itinerary that includes other six starred stopping points. Above all, the town of Fabriano, an industrial and cultural centre that is famous all over the world. The “Cave of the Wind Route” is spread over a distance of almost 200 km.

 

Adriatic Route 

The "Adriatic Route" does not betray the expectations of its name, and is dedicated almost entirely to the discovery of the Marches Adriatic coast. A journey that embodies the most beautiful and well-known marine destinations of the region, including the Conero, Sirolo and Numana. A trio of coasts prestigiously balanced by an intermediate stop at the hinterland of extreme importance: Castelfidardo, historical Marche home of the renaissance and the piano accordion. Over 150km of driving.

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