I had some visitors to share the day with, so I collaborated these three villages together to give them a beautiful tour, Recanati, Loreto then Sirolo for lunch and ice cream. Recanati, is a special village that is also the birthplace of Giacomo Leopardi. Loreto, is a village that has the home of the Virgin Mary … Continue reading Recanati, Loreto & Sirolo a collaboration of 3 beautiful villages….
Porto San Giorgio is one of the many seaside jewels we have here along the coast. Honestly I never knew how beautiful Porto S Giorgio really is and yes sometimes, even I take what is around me for granted. Today I had an early appointment in Porto San Giorgio and when it was over … Continue reading Porto San Giorgio di Fermo
Torre di Palme was awarded, One of the most beautiful villages of 2017. The name Torre di Palme that translates as Tower of Palm (I thought for many years, Palme stood for palm trees and this place has none) comes from the hamlet below, Marina Palmense. Marina Palmense was a fishing village that in the … Continue reading Torre di Palme
Magliano di Tenna Magliano di Tenna (Tenna is the river that runs on the valley floor) rises 293 meters above sea level. With views as far as the Adriatic Sea to the Sibillini Mountains. This “ tiny” medieval village, Magliano sits on its hill-top, like an egg within a nest. The earliest historical records dates … Continue reading Medieval Jewels (Part II)
Confession….. Yes, I have been "enchanted", by Le Marche……But….Shhhhh….My area is the Best! Now with that being said, today I decided to explore the Medieval Villages around my own home. Because this is where, the Magic of Le Marche Zapped me. I will be blogging a lot about this area, while discovering the other four provinces. … Continue reading Medieval Jewels (part I)
Ripatrasone, Offida, Castignao, Ascoli Piceno.
Reading this I personally can’t wait to do this hike. Lago to Fiastra is amazing… this post is beautiful. So followers please visit this website to read this post and so much more.
Dear friends, I thought a lot before writing today’s post about a hike I had back in August. The reason of my sadness is that this area is currently closed to the public due to the recent terrible earthquake. This still make me feel very sad. Nevertheless, I want to remember this area the way it was and I feel lucky I had the chance to visit it in person before the tragic event on August 24, 2016.
Actually, I wanted to visit the so called “Lame Rosse” close to the town of Fiastra for long. The photos of the area I looked up online reminded me of the scenic splendor of the Monument Valley in the US.
So, back to that day and after parking my car, I was ready and so excited to start hiking! However, the unexpected landscape I was sorrounded by totally blew my mind: the Lake of…
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Winter months this Lake is not lukewarm as you can see in the photo above. Spring, its a wonderful place to visit, as my husband and I had lunch in the village above then enjoyed the sun overlooking the Lake of Fiastra. Summer months, it's a beautiful lake to visit, on a hot summer day, for … Continue reading Lago di Fiastra
Thursday mornings in Porto San Giorgio, is full of hustle and bustle. I personally, am not too fond of crowds, so I came out early to watch the venders set up their goods. This market is big, it covers 5 blocks, 6 streets and 1 piazza. All in the center of Porto San Giorgio. I found out … Continue reading Porto San Giorgio Outdoor Market.
And Not from my Window. The magic of Le Marche is, we have everything, on a small-scale. We might not have The Alps or the greatest biggest mountains for skiing but we have something and this is what we have. Inside our Monti Sibillini National Park. This is only one, of a few places we … Continue reading A Real Snow Day!