Logo_Casa Gina















Here are some usefull links that will help you to make the most of your stay in Santa Vittoria and Le Marche. A good place to start for detailed information on Le Marche:
The complete tourism and travel guide to Le Marche

The Roman amphitheater in Falerone and some olive trees.

If you understand some Italian, try: Corriereproposte
A current listing of events for the next week in Le Marche. Look for the calendar on the right hand side. When you choose a date, a listing of what goes on that day will show to the left.

Ristorante Farfense our local family run restaurant has a nice web site with a beautiful panoramic view.

Just a short drive down the road, towards Fermo, in Falerone is a small Roman amphitheater surrounded with tall trees. In July they present both concerts and plays.

The Frasassi Caves (Italian: Grotte di Frasassi) are a remarkable karst cave system not too far from Ancona. They are among the most famous show caves in Italy and Europe. Rich in water, the cave system is particularly well endowed with stalactites and stalagmites. Inside you will find nature's own art work, and it will leave you speechless. The caves, discovered in 1971 and opened on 1974, have been visited by ten million tourists from all over the world.

Monti Sibillini National Park was established in 1993, part of the authorities plan to safeguard the environment. A mountain chain in the heart of Italy, reaching 2476 meters with Mt. Vettore, part of the Apennines mountain range that divides Italy in a western and eastern part.  But the park is not all about peaks reaching out for the clouds, but also nice walks through woods and valleys with beautiful fields of flowers. More information here.

Ascoli Piceno, in the neighboring province with the same name, is a favorite of ours. The central historical part of the city is built in marble called travertino, a grey-hued stone extracted from the surrounding mountains. La Piazza del Popolo (People's square) is a Renaissance gem and considered one of the most beautiful in Italy. Here you can relax at the famous old Caffe Meletti while admiring the beauty of the past and present.

Christmas in Piazza del Popolo and Caffe Meletti, town of Ascoli Piceno.

More text to come...

Sauvignon blanc, Wines from Le Marche.

Teatro Dell'Aquila, Piazza del Popolo and the cathedral in the town of Fermo.

Fermo is the province capital of our little province with the same name. The town of Fermo is well worth a visit. Maybe you're lucky to catch an event in the impresive Teatro Dell'Aquila or you just want to sip a drink on the main square, where they often have a food fair, antique market or something else going on.