The rolling hills, limited to the east by the blue of the Adriatic Sea and to the west by the green of the Central Apennines pastures, are part of an Italian region still little known but to be discovered and that embodies the history, culture, traditions a, d landscapes harmonious and poetic.
Marche, whose name comes from the Middle Ages when in fact they were “border” of the Carolingian Empire, is a small region of the central Italy, full of colors and flavors, condensed the entire national territory, practically there is everything : sea, mountains, hills and natural parks.
The Marche lands have given birth to famous people from the past as Raffaello Sanzio, Gioacchino Rossini, Gentile da Fabriano, Beniamino Gigli and especially Giacomo Leopardi, and sports personalities of this as Valentina Vezzali, Roberto Mancini, Filippo Magnini and nine-time Champion world Valentino Rossi, Tavullia and often mistakenly called Romagna.
For those who wish to visit this beautiful region, an interesting solution would be to choose one charming B&B, a different accommodation from the usual hotel and B&B of the city with which get closer to nature, exploring the lesser known places and indulge in good feelings that such a contact with the green can give.
Among the charming B&B in Marche, we recommend you Il Casale del Duca, an imposing building in the province of Pesaro Urbino dates back to the sixteenth century, and close to the center of Urbino, which is only 10 minutes.
This charming B&B is surrounded by lawn and a park full of trees bordered all around by rolling hills, typical inland landscape. The rich breakfast is prepared by the owners with organic produce.
The guestrooms, five in all, are veritable mini-apartments with sitting area and fireplace and decorated with light colors such as white and beige to give more light to the environment. The décor mixes perfectly shabby chic and antique furniture which combine perfectly with the terracotta floors, wooden details and refined curtains.