Photos of Le Marche

Things to do in le marche, Italy.

How will you spend your vacation time

Your favourite sport, pastime or just relax.

If you are offering an activity for tourists in Le Marche, Italy, this is an open invitation to advertise your facilities on this page - free. 

Apart from the do-it-yourself activities such as walking, trekking, sunbathing etc. we know that there are lots of activities in Le Marche at the disposal of tourists to the region. Most websites offering accommodation, including our own have some reference to some activity such as horse riding and guided tours. Walking, hiking, trekking, mountain climbing and biking with able and professional guides who know all the hidden paths and routes through the Sibillini mountains. We also know there are flying clubs with micro-lights and hang gliding offering courses for beginners. There are also lots of people offering mountain bikes for hire. 

Wine Tasting, Wine Tours and Italian Cooking

Visit Marco's website offering a variety of wine tours in the Ancona province of Le Marche. Half day to full day itineraries or may be tailored to suit your requirements.


Guided nature tours with a vast range of itineraries in the Ancona and Pesaro provinces. Tours vary in length and degree of difficulty or may be tailored to your requirements.


Take a look at Daniele's website. The photos on his itinerary pages show some of the most spectacular scenery in Le Marche

Learn Italian in Italy

The Centro Culturale Conero at Camerano (An) organizes Italian courses with mother tongue teachers. An opportunity, to learn Italian, take a vacation with excursions, practice what you are learning and get in touch with the culture and daily life of this wonderful country. all in one package.

Italian Cookery Course.

Italian Cooking Le Marche style. 3 half days 9:30 am to 1:00 pm plus 3 evening meals. Various menus, desserts, Food presentation and recipes arranged along with a weeks stay at Caserma Carina luxury self catering apartments.

The Opera Festival at the Sferisterio, Macerata.

Held in July and August  every year.

The open-air opera festival at Macerata's Sferisterio with a seating capacity of 3000.


The 2015 season (Rigoletto - La Bohème - Cavalleria/Pagliacci) was a great success with all seats sold out.

The 52nd season 2016 is not yet fully scheduled, but the forecast is:

"Carmen" an opera in four acts by the French composer Georges Bizet. Libretto was written by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy, based on a story by Prosper Mérimée

To celebrate the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare (1564.1616), Gioachino Rossini's "Otello" an opera in three acts to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Berio di Salsi, based on Shakespeare's play Othello.

"Norma" a tragedia in two acts by Vincenzo Bellini with libretto by Felice Romani, after "Norma" or "The Infanticide" by Alexandre Soumet.