We want to show you the charm of 'hidden Italy. At the discovery of the medieval villages of our region, rich in history and culture where it seems that time has stopped. Here some villages you must be visited:
Medieval village, has come down to us intact with its walls and its castle, scene of the tragic love between Paolo and Francesca, sung by Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio and D'Annunzio.
A perfect set for a swashbuckling film. Perched in a strategic position between the March of Ancona and the state of Urbino, the village has its symbol in the impressive city walls, which can be entirely walked, and which remained virtually intact from the fifteenth century.
A village from the past; it retains a tower and the ancient castle walls. Giovanni Santi Raphael’s father was born here. In Morcila Villa Albeni, a patrician country house and the Romanesque - Gothic church of Santa Maria are well worth a visit.
Between Romanesque churches and Renaissance palaces, the castle with its 600 meters above sea level, overlooks the valley of Marecchia. The core of the Romanesque village, the church, the cathedral and the perfectly match in Piazza Dante Alighieri the Renaissance buildings such as the Palace della Rovere, residence of the counts della Rovere.