The Marche region at your fingertips
MacerataIts symbol is the Sferisterio Arena, the open-air theater in the historic center, originally built for an ancient medieval game called "il gioco del bracciale" (the game of the ball with the wooden bracelet); today, it is the location for concerts, opera and for Musicultura, the festival of popular songs. Also worth seeing is Palazzo Buonaccorsi, home of the Carriage Museum and the ancient and modern art, and the Museum of Italian art of the twentieth century in Palazzo Ricci.
> 7 km from Villa Quiete
RecanatiOn the top of a solitary hill stands Recanati, the town of the italian poet Giacomo Leopardi. The most important attractions are closely linked to the life and works of the poet: Palazzo Leopardi, his birthplace, still inhabited by descendants and open to the public; the Piazzetta del Sabato del Villaggio (name of the square described in one of his poems), in front of the family residence; Torre del Passero Solitario (the Tower of the Solitary Sparrow), in the courtyard of the cloister of Sant'Agostino; Colle dell'Infinito (the Hill of the Infinity), otherwise known as Mount Tabor, with the World Center of Poetry and Culture.
> 15 km from Villa Quiete
LoretoAmong the hills of the Rivera del Conero, you will find Loreto, a destination for pilgrimages from every corner of the world. The most famous monument is the Sanctuary, custodian of the Holy House of Mary of Nazareth, one of the most important treasures of Christendom - the architects Bramante and Sansovino also collaborated in the realization of the Sanctuary. In the town, do not miss the visit to the Pinacoteca of the Apostolic Palace, with the masterpieces of Lorenzo Lotto and Pomarancio.
> 20 km from Villa Quiete
Most Beautiful Villages of ItalyThese villages stand out from the wavy landscape of the Marche region. They are small, romantic and graceful: they seem to be handmade. In the collection of the most beautiful villages in Italy you will find Montecassiano, "the country of the confraternities", Cingoli, "the balcony of the Marches", Montelupone, Treia and Montecosaro.
> The nearest village is Montecassiano, 2 km from Villa Quiete
Riviera del ConeroA crystalline sea meets beaches and wild paths. On the coast rows of colorful umbrellas and pretty villages overlooking a sinuous landscape alternate. Among the most famous places of the Conero Riviera, we recommend the Due Sorelle beach, the bay of Portonovo, the beach of Mezzavalle and the tourist resorts of Numana and Sirolo.
> about 30 km from Villa Quiete
National Park of the Sibillini MountainsWolf, golden eagle and peregrine falcon are at home in this park of over 70 thousand hectares, born in 1993 between Marche and Umbria regions. The protected area includes a network of hiking trails, both easy and difficult, medieval villages and scenarios elsewhere difficult to find.
> about 50 km from Villa Quiete
Great hotel, excellent service, beautiful areaWe loved this stay at Villa Quiet as much as our two previous stays there. The rooms are spacious, clean, and very well tended, the restaurant is excellent, from first course to dessert and wines, the park and swimming pool offer a great rest after visiting the culturally rich Marchegiani region. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The hotel is great for families, couples, or single tourists looking for a both exclusive and authentic experience of Marchegiani culture and hospitality.
Very nice quiet hotel with friendly staffVery quiet location and friendly staff; the breakfast was very refined and good; parking facilities and the park around.