The city and province of Fermo is located around the Girfalco hill, one of the most beautiful terraces on the Marche coast, and its territory consists of hills that gently slope towards the sea. Fermo is therefore located between the Adriatic Sea, only eight kilometers from the city center, and the typical towns that go as far as the Sibillini mountains, the so-called Monti Azzurri.
This privileged position allows Fermo to have a clean sea, well-equipped beaches and a hinterland that becomes a natural gateway to the Sibillini mountains where you can enjoy even in summer the tranquility offered by the farms in the area and equipped facilities for hiking, mountain biking and horse riding.

  Ascoli Piceno
It is an Italian town of 50,112 inhabitants, the capital of the homonymous province in the Marches, the fourth in the region by population after Ancona, Pesaro and Fano.
The metropolitan area of ​​the city has 105.664 inhabitants (Istat data in July 2010), including the municipality itself and all those municipalities with a commuting flow of more than 10% (Acquasanta Terme, Appignano del Tronto, Arquata del Tronto, Castel di Lama, Castignano , Castorano, Colli del Tronto, Folignano, Maltignano, Montegallo, Offida, Palmiano, Roccafluvione, Spinetoli, Venarotta and Valle Castellana). The metropolitan area is identified with the Functional Urban Regions (FURs) methodology.
Its historic center built almost entirely in travertine is one of the most admired in the region and in central Italy, thanks to its artistic and architectural richness. It preserves several noble and bell towers and for this it is called the City of a hundred towers. [3] In it there is the Renaissance Piazza del Popolo, considered one of the most beautiful squares in Italy.
Ascoli Piceno is a bishop's seat. The industrial area develops mainly in the middle and lower valley of the Tronto river.

Loreto is an Italian town of 12,543 inhabitants in the province of Ancona in the Marche.
Loreto is famous for being the seat of the Basilica della Santa Casa, one of the most important and ancient places of Marian pilgrimage in the Catholic world. The story tells that the angels have brought in the air the "holy house" and in fact, in the basilica there is the opportunity to visit this very special and unique monument in the world!

  Frassasi Caves
The caves of Frasassi are underground caves that are located in the territory of the province of Ancona. The complex of caves falls within the Regional Natural Park of the Gola della Rossa and Frasassi.
The complex consists of a series of caves, the first of which can be visited by the current entrance, the Abyss Ancona: it has an extension of 180 x 120 m and a height of 200 m; it is so huge (over 2 million m3) that inside it could be contained the Milan Cathedral without problems.
Since 1972 it has been under the protection of the Consorzio Frasassi, established by the municipality of Genga and the Province of Ancona, with the aim of safeguarding and enhancing its scientific and tourist usability.
Since the 1 of September, 1974 some of the caves are open to the public, becoming over time one of the major tourist attractions of the Marche; it is estimated that since then over 12 million people have visited them.

  The Sibillini
The Sibillini Mountains are a mountain massif located between the Marche and Umbria, in the Umbria-Marche Apennines along the primary watershed of the central Apennines. they are the fourth mountainous group for the height of the continental Apennines after Gran Sasso, Maiella and Velino-Sirente and it is located between the provinces of Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Macerata, Perugia and hosts the Sibillini Mountains National Park.
They are basically made up of calcareous rocks, formed on the seabed of warm seas. The peaks exceed in some cases the 2,000 m of altitude, as the largest of the group, Mount Vettore (2,476 m s.l.m.), the Pizzo della Regina or Monte Priora, Mount Bove and Mount Sibilla.