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Things to see

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Where to eat
Things to do
Things to see
How to get there

Every season is a highlight in Cartoceto:

Le Marche is the best alternative to the overloaded Tuscany and Emilia Romagna. Our region is located on the eastern side of central Italy, between the Adriatic coast and the high Appennine mountains. Cartoceto is 14 km away from the sea (Fano) and 25 km from the mountains.
Most visitors who come to this region are looking for a taste of the "real" Italy, unspoilt by mass tourism. If this is what you are looking for, you won't be disappointed.


Historical cities:
All-the-year places of interest:  San Marino, Urbino, San Leo, Jesi, Loreto, Mondavio, Fossombrone, Fabbriano

The Frasassi Caves, Monte Sibillini, the unique Monte Conero

nature around Cartoceto

When to go

While it can be hot between mid-July to mid-August, it is rarely overcrowded and up in the mountains the breezes are cooling.

May, June, September and October are the ideal months to tour the Marche if you can't take the heat; the landscape is clothed in spring green or the first tints of autumn.

The months from February to April and November to December are those with most humidity. But even when days with grey mist and rain can set in up in the mountains, the region doesn’t loose it’s charm and beauty and the beaches and landscapes of the region invite you for a walk around.

It’s always worth to come into the Marche.


Monte Conero

About Cartoceto

Events around Cartoceto

The wetter today in Le Marche

view from the terrace

Related Links

Here you find some useful links for more information about the Marche

Osteria del Cardinale
This is our Osteria opposite to the B&B Villa Cartoceto
Our partner, producer of excellent organic olive oil and wines
With this association we are promoting small scale tourism and typical products of the region
Le Marche page
Overview with various useful links
The biggest stalactite caves in Europe
Province of Pesaro e Urbino

Recommended Bed&Breakfast in nothern Italy. San Pietro di Feletto, Veneto

National Holidays in Italy
January 1st and 6th; Easter Monday; April 25th; May 1st; June 2nd; August 15th; November 1st; December 8th, 25th and 26th. The weeks on either side of August 15th are the peak summer holiday periods for Italians when it's busy on the beaches.

Arco d'Augusto Fano

Villa Cartoceto
11, Via Umberto I , 61030, Cartoceto, Italy
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