Le Marche, Umbria and Tuscany active trip

In the middle of the adriatic sea there is a region with blue sea, green country, medieval and renaissance towns: Le Marche.

The Conero is a green natural park in to the sea.

The Conero is a perfect spot for kayaking.

Mussels farmed in the Conero are called "moscioli di portonovo".

 The countryside of Le Marche is the best example of natural landscape gently shaped by human.

Kayaking a lake in the heart of the Marche countryside.

The square of Ascoli Piceno.

The liberty style bar Meletti since 1907.

The beauty and the defense: the castle of Mondavio, built in 1482.

Medieval party in original dress.

Urbino is the placebirth of the Renaissance.

The Appennini separes The Marche with Umbria.

The Umbria region and the Trasimeno lake: astonishing sunsets and protected natural areas for kayaking.

The Fagiolina of the Trasimeno is an ancient variety of beans growed since the Etruscan.

Well cared little properties in the old villages of Umbria.

Not far from the Trasimeno, in Montepulciano vineyards produces a great red wine. It's worth a visit in an etruscan cellar inside the ancient town.

The Val d'Orcia and Bagno Vignoni.

Pienza is a unesco heritage for his lovely architecture, kept as a gem.

A vineyard in Maremma.

Horse riding in the Maremma, an area in the border of Tuscany and Lazio.

Kayaking a little natural lake in the Maremma.

E-biking permits to explore remote gravel roads immersed in to the nature of Maremma.

A simple "panino con porchetta" can be delicious when is made by the maestro of Orvieto.

The scenic cathedral of Orvieto.

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