- MLS® #: B-34-46-001
- Bed and Breakfast Nestled in the Coastal Mountains
- Marche, Italy
- 46 Bed, 73 Bath, 44132 SqFt
Marche Homes For Sale
Marche real estate (known as Marches in English) is a mix of old and new with a beautiful and varied landscape as a backdrop. Located in central Italy, it is bordered by the Adriatic Sea to the east, Emilia-Romagna to the north, Tuscany to the northwest, Umbria to the west, and Abruzzo to the south. The area is incredibly accessible from Europe as Ryan Air offers year-round flights to the region. March is also served by 2 regional airports and is 2.5 hours from Rome by car.
Where in Marche, IT you end up will largely depend on your desired lifestyle. The modern coastal cities contrast from the quiet small towns, which feature some lovely scenery and architecture. The Apennine mountain range to the east contributes the hilly terrain which covers most of the region. Read more on Marche, Italy real estate.
Homes For Sale in Marche, IT
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- MLS® #: H-34-05-001
- Luxury Home Near the Sea and City of Pesaro
- Marche, Italy
- 5 Bed, 6 Bath, 7514 SqFt
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With the exception of its river valleys and coastline, the land is mountainous. If you're seeking a resort lifestyle, consider investing in Marche property along the Adriatic Sea. There are numerous resorts which line the prime beach areas in addition to quieter areas where hotels make way for smaller apartments and villas. Many of these properties come fully furnished and depending on its age, could use a few upgrades. It's a small price to pay for outstanding views.
As you move further inland, homebuyers can expect to see more farm houses, country cottages and acreages. The quaint countryside offers peace and tranquility in an area rich in culture and heritage.
What all Marche real estate has in common is the affordable price points. Often 30% cheaper than Tuscany, properties in this up and coming area are a steal and an attractive option for any investor looking for a vacation home in Italy.
The locals or "marchigiani" are a hard-working people who excel in the fields of textile and paper making. The cuisine while varied, almost always features local ingredients like seafood, produce, pork and olives. Marche residents also host some lovely annual celebrations like the Rossini Opera Festival in August, Fano Jazz by the Sea, and the International Piano Competition in Senigallia.
If you visit during July and August, be sure not to miss the Sferisterio Opera Festival in Marche's capital of Macerata. Each year they put on popular performances of three to four operas.
Regional Specialties: Stoccafisso (dried codfish), Vincisgrassi (pasta), Frustenga (cake), Pizza Dolce, Verdicchio (white wine), Mistra (anise liqueur), Bianchello del Metauro (white wine).
Good to Know:
- Within the last 30 years the economy of the region has gone through a complete transition, without discarding its rural heritage. Many of the small artisan workshops, which have always been found throughout rural areas in Marche, have been modernized and become small businesses. Some of these small businesses have become major worldwide names, known all over the world. This phenomenon has led to the appearance of dedicated economic areas: footwear and leather goods the provinces of Macerata and Fermo; furniture in the Pesaro area; household appliances and textile industry in the province of Ancona. Marche continues to be a destination for tourists, whose multiplying numbers can be attributed to the rich cultural heritage of Marche, shown off by its history, monuments and numerous museums.
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