La Vista delle Marche

This apartment has a central location in Marken, Italy. Close to the beach, but also centrally located to descend towards the middle mountains in central Italy.

The apartment is located in a block of 6 apartments. Has unobstructed views and is located in a quiet area with plenty of nature.

The owner has been familiar with the entire coastline of the Adriatico for over twenty years and in 2009 bought a new apartment in the most beautiful part of the Marche. If desired, the owner can help you with tourist tips.

In addition to the rural tranquility, you can reach cities such as Rimini, Cattolica, Fano, Senigallia and Ancona relatively quickly and easily (via highway).

In short, a week or more you will experience the ultimate atmosphere of Bella Italia.

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This apartment is centrally located in Marche, Italy. Near the state, but also centrally located to descend towards the uplands in center Italie.Het apartment is located in a block of 6 apartments. Has an unobstructed view and is located in a quiet environment with plenty natuur.De owners are more than ten years at the entire coastline of the Adriatic and decided in 2009 to a new apartment to engage in the best part of the Marches. If desired, the owners help you with tourist tips.Naast the rural tranquility you'm relatively quick and easy (via highway) in cities like Rimini, Cattolica, Fano, Senigallia and Ancona.Kortom a week or more makes you the ultimate atmosphere of Bella Italia experience.
The west of the region is occupied by the mountain chain of the Apennines. The highest peak in the region, the Monte Vettore (2476 m) in the province of Ascoli Piceno. This mountain is part of the massif Sibillini national park that is uitgeroepen.Het landscape between the mountains and the coast is very hilly. This part of Marche is an important agricultural area, it does include a lot of wine, olives and vegetables voort.De Marche coastline is about 170 kilometers long. The sand and pebble beaches are in two places interrupted by a wild and rocky coast, south of the regional capital Ancona (Monte Conero) and north of Pesaro (Monte San Bartolo). Ancona is the only major port of Marche.In protected areas , one can make beautiful walks. One can find specific flora and fauna in the lake like Pilate of the Monti Sibillini. Here lives a zoetwaterkreeftje found nowhere else in the world occurs. Wolves and bears are still here, but they never meet walkers, they are too schuw.Elk season ensures that the nature of dress changes, the snow creates the beautiful winter landscapes. The spring adorned with numerous wild flowers such as orchids, lots of sunflowers in the summer, and autumn enchant the landscape by its finest kleurenpalet.De most areas have an information center where people can go for information, maps, accommodation and guided excursions .
The city is shortly after 284 BC by the Romans, who called Sena Gallica. The area was just on the Gallic tribe of the Senones and was conquered by the Romans called Ager Gallicus. In the Middle Ages it was the main center of the duchy of Urbino hand. In 1930 the city was hit by a severe earthquake that great devastation inflicted. Later in that century Senigallia grew into one of the important resorts on the Adriatic coast. The city center is still partly walled. The river flows through the center Misa. Along the right bank are the stately 17th-century commercial buildings Portici Ercolani. Other important buildings of Senigallia's 12-century Castello and the neoclassical Foro Annonario from 1834.Karakteristiek Rotonda al Mare is from the thirties. The restoration of this building is located on a pier in the summer of 2007 was completed.
The province of Ancona is bordered to the north by the province of Pesaro-Urbino, in the east to the province of Perugia (Umbria) and in the south to the province of Macerata. In the east of the province are the Apennines, the highest peak is the Monte Maggio (1361 meters). The mountain range forms a natural border with the neighboring region of Umbria. The only place of significance, this part of the province is Fabriano. The interior is hilly, more towards the coast, many grapes grown for wine production. On the coast are predominantly sandy beaches. The exception is the Conero promontory with its steep rocky coast near the capital city of Ancona. This city belongs to the major ports of the Adriatic Sea. A funny name of a suburb in the south is Pinocchio. The port of Ancona, is built on the slopes of Monte Conero. From several points one has a beautiful view over the harbor and the Adriatic Sea. Despite the heavy bombing in World War II that large parts of the historic center swept away, the city has many attractions. The early medieval cathedral of San Ciriaco lies just outside the center. Not far away lie the remains of a Roman amphitheater. At the harbor, the 14 meter high triumphal arch of Trajan in the year 100. Other important buildings include the Lazzaretto, also at the harbor and the churches Gesù and S. Maria della Piazza. The mountains of the Conero, 572 meters, from far away to see, it is the only mountain in this part of the Adriatic coast. From the sea, the white slopes rise steeply. The area was declared a national park. The sites are popular Numana and Sirolo badplaatsen.Loreto, a few kilometers from the sea, is an important pilgrimage site. The bustling city of Jesi Milan has the nickname of Le Marche. The Romans founded the city in the second century BC under the name Aesis. Jesi has a well preserved medieval center with an impressive city wall. In the interior are not far from the town of Fabriano art the world famous caves of Frasassi with their spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.
The province of Pesaro-Urbino bordered to the north by the provinces of Forlì-Cesena and Rimini in the Emilia-Romagna and the republic of San Marino. In the east ligen the provinces of Arezzo (Tuscany) and Perugia (Umbria) and finally in the south the province of Ancona. In the east of the province are the Apennines, the highest peak is the Monte Carpegna (1415 meters). The mountain range forms a natural border with the neighboring regions of Umbria and Toscane.Het inland is hilly in the northwest lies the historical region of Montefeltro. The northern part of the coast near Cattolica is mountainous and has the status of protected nature. In Pesaro, and further south are predominantly sandy beaches vinden.De province has two major areas: Pesaro and Fano, Urbino, the second capital is the most important art city. The port city of Pesaro was founded by the Romans in 184 BC under the name Pisaurum. The Piazza del Popolo is the heart of the city. Here stands the stately Palazzo Ducale. Pesaro is the birthplace of the composer Gioacchino Rossini Conservatory and after whom the theater is named. West of the city lies the natural park of Mount San Bartolo whose walls steeply from the sea up rijzen.Gradara among the best preserved medieval towns of Italy, the village is completely surrounded by a high wall and guarded from above by castle Rocca. The second provincial capital Urbino, Ascoli Piceno with the most important art city in the Marche region. The walled city on a hill 485 meters hoogte.Belangrijkste monument is the 15th-century Palazzo Ducale with its striking towers on the front. The building also houses the museum Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, where important work to see if La Muta (Rafael), Veduta della Città Ideale (Piero della Francesca) and the Last Supper, (Titian). Fano is the second city in size in the province. This town has a Roman origin and was called in those days Fanum Fortunea. The arc Arco di Augusto (9 AD). Dates from that period. Other places of interest: Cagli, the ancient Roman Cale, located on the Via Flaminia, which connected Rome with Rimini. Instead, the huge tower Torrione Cagli.De di Montefeltro region on the border with Emilia-Romagna has many unspoilt medieval villages. Novafeltria (6577 inhab.) Is the largest town of the region, until 1941 it had the name Mercatino Marecchia.Het castle of San Leo has a spectacular location on top of a rock in the place are many early medieval monuments, including the 12th-century cathedral and the religious complex La Pieve which parts of the eighth century.
The province of Macerata is bordered to the north of the province of Ancona, on the south by the provinces of Ascoli Piceno and Fermo and in the west to the province of Perugia (Umbria). In the west of the province lies the mountain chain of the Apennines. The highest peaks are located in the southwest, this is the mountains of the Sibillini national park status has. The land between the high peaks and the Adriatic coast is strongly heuvelachtig.De capital is 15 miles inland on a hilltop between the two main valleys of the province: the Valle del Valle del Chieti and Potenza. Along the coast are predominantly sandy beaches, the main resort is Porto Recanati. Macerata has one of the oldest (1290) universities in Italy. The city has many monuments including the special open-air Sferisterio from 1819, inspired by the works of Andrea Palladio.Het Piazza della Liberta is the heart of the city. Here include the University, the theater, the 15th-century Torre Civica.De three other important places in the field of art Tolentino, San Severino Marche and Recanati. The place Cingoli lies at an altitude of 600 meters and offers amazing views over the surrounding area has been nicknamed the Balcony of the Marches. In the mountains of the Sibillini Sarnano spa is the main place. In winter on the slopes of the Sassotetto be skied. In the summer it is a starting point for many wandelingen.Visso would be more than 900 years older than Rome. Here is the headquarters of the Monti Sibillini National Park established, also here in winter, skiing.


Living room
Ground floor


Dining corner / Dining Table

Dining Chairs (6)

Bedroom 1
Ground floor

Bed: Single bed 200 x 90 cm


Duvets (1)

Bedroom 2
Ground floor

Bed: Double bed 200 x 180 cm


Duvets (1)

Ground floor



Washbasin (1)


Type: Open

Stove: Electric (4 Cooking zones/burners)



Accommodation type

  • Apartment

Total floor space

  • 64 m2


  • Child's bed
  • Child's toys
  • Child's chair

Sports & Recreation

  • Cycling
  • Night Life / Entertainment
  • Playground
  • Walking
  • Swimming

Travel Ideas

  • Citytrip
  • Culture & History
  • Child friendly
  • Peace & quiet
  • Sun,Sea & Beach


  • Central heating

Internet, Wifi, Audio

  • Flatscreen TV
  • Radio
  • CD player
  • Dvd player

Outdoor Facilities

  • Balcony
  • Barbecue
  • Outdoor lighting
  • Sun umbrellas
  • Parking place (10)
  • Terrace (1)
  • Garden chair(s) (8)
  • Garden table(s0) (2)


  • Bed linen available
  • Towels present (10)
  • Kitchen linen available
  • Bed linen for children


  • Hall

Games & entertainment

  • (Board) games
  • Table football
  • Billiards / snooker table

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