Gradara is an ancient fortified village situated inland of the Marche-Romagna coast not far from the Catholic and the sea. The backdrop is a beautiful, hilly landscape. And ‘known for its historic Malatesta Fortress that is open and contains, in addition to the armory, a torture room, a chapel and some rooms with original furniture of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
The State of San Marino is the third smallest country in Europe and the oldest republic in the world. San Marino is located on the slopes of Mount Titano has its Mint, its own stamps, a football team and an army. Not to be missed are the three magnificent forts connected by walkways below the citadel surrounded by a triple circle of walls. In any part of the territory, especially from the top of his mountain, you can enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience, between the Emilia-Romagna countryside and the hills of the Marche and Montefeltro, to the Adriatic Sea.
Perched on a hill that stands between the rivers Foglia and Metaurus protected to the west by the Apennine ridges, Urbino, the former capital of the Duchy, juts out into the Adriatic Sea to the East. Come and discover the province of Pesaro and Urbino, the last stretch to the north of the Marche, land of Raphael and Rossini, places where history and legends intertwine, where the hills meet the sea and preserving a wealth of extraordinary artistic fact of ancient medieval villages , archaeological sites, castles austere, solitary churches and Renaissance palaces sumptuous rich in works of art.
Frasassi caves that are located within the Regional Natural Park of Gola della Rossa and Frasassi, in the province of Ancona, represent with its 30 km long underground paths one of the largest and most fascinating in the world. They are underground karst caves whose discovery dates back to 1948. You can opt for a tourist route, accessible to all, or experience the thrill of a ride caving.