Since Italy has both mountains and distinct coastal regions, the climate is also correspondingly varied and one can spend both a beautiful winter, but of course mostly great summer days here. The Mediterranean climate is considered particularly healthy, thanks in part to the salty sea air. Temperatures vary somewhat between north and south, of course, but on average it rarely gets colder than 4-5 degrees, even in winter. In the Adriatic coastal areas, winter is mild and pleasant.
2. The sea
You will find many exciting stretches of coastline with rocks and forests, but also beautiful long beaches with clear sand. How can we not mention our own Monte Conero where crystal-clear waters line wonderful cliffs and rocks. In general, all Italian beaches have one thing in common: crystal-clear water, bright blue skies and beautiful living-a dream for any beach lover! In addition, many stretches of coastline invite long walks and sunbathing. What are you waiting for?
Italian culture is about 2,500 years old, and many important names in world history, such as Michelangelo or Leonardo da Vinci, come from the land of desire. You can walk in the footsteps of the Romans, visit many wonderful museums, and admire the many art monuments Italy has to offer.
4. Cities and landscapes
In our region Marche we find the incredible charm of Ascoli Piceno comes from its architectural style. Travertine blocks extracted from nearby Piceno quarries were used to build palaces and monuments. This gives the city a unique harmony. A walk through the streets of Ascoli Piceno tells a story of elegance and sophistication.
San Benedetto del Tronto is the southernmost coastal municipality in the Marche region. It is a city ready to surprise you with its beauty, its habitability, and the beauty of its beaches. From the ancient settlement, originally dating back to Roman times, the modern urban agglomeration, full of attractions and entertainment, has developed.
Among the top 10 places of interest in the Marche region, we would like to mention Fermo because here, perhaps more than in any other city in the region, different historical periods, traditions and cultures handed down to us from distant ancestors blend harmoniously. Fermo's origins are lost in history, even to the beginnings of Etruscan civilization. In fact, remains of the Villanova civilization have been found, with grave goods dating back to at least the 9th century BC.
5. The food
Italians are more than famous for their good food and also for their hospitality. If you usually start your day with a light breakfast, at lunch you can enjoy pasta with side dishes such as meat, fish or seafood, and in the evening you can make yourself comfortable with a 3-course meal. Of course, there is one thing you cannot forget: the wonderful, wide selection of appetizers! And gelato, or Italian ice cream, is still a must during your stay in Italy. Enjoy!