Le Marche is an unspoilt region of Italy, and gives guests everything they could wish for and more – undulating landscapes reminiscent of Tuscany, and beaches to rival the Caribbean. An ideal destination for those looking to discover an authentic part of Italy, we have a range of Le Marche villas fit for every occasion.
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Apartment Giacomino is a delightful, spacious one bedroom apartment in Marche. It can comfortably sleep up to four people. Its barrel and cross vaulted ceilings give it plenty of character and the property is beautifully furnished throughout with a clever mix of both antique and contemporary pieces.
This is a great value apartment rental in Marche. Once an ancient secret passage within this 15th century palace, Apartment Segreto is now a charming studio apartment rental in Marche sleeping up to two guests. The sitting room doubles up as a bedroom with two single beds. There is also a kitchen painted in a cheerful pale yellow, a dining area seating four and a bathroom. Outside, guests enjoy a private internal courtyard.
Casa Sibilla is a unique luxury Marche apartment found within an ancient 11th century watchtower. It is set in the heart of the most beautiful and enchanting landscape between Mount Sibillia, the Infernaccio Gorge and village of Montefortino.
This is a stunning 7 bedroom luxury Marche villa rental with private pool in Marche, Italy. Enjoying 360 degree views, it is immaculately presented and equipped to an incredibly high standard. With its own private chapel, it's also an ideal location for a wedding or celebration.
Villa Olivo is a truly exceptional six bedroom luxury villa in Marche, beautifully designed and offering guests the ultimate luxury stay in Italy. With stunning views over the Adriatic Sea and coastline which can be enjoyed from all levels thanks to floor to ceiling glass doors and windows, Villa Olivo offers five star service to guests looking for an authentic stay in Italy in the most exquisite of settings.
This is a beautiful 3 bedroom Le Marche apartment situated in a historic 15th century palace. The apartment is extremely luxurious reflecting its incredible history and comfortably accommodates up to 5 guests in three bedrooms. The decor reflects the age of the property and incredibly close attention has been paid to every single detail to create a unique place to stay.
Casa Infernaccio is a unique and extremely romantic one bedroom Marche apartment rental situated within an ancient 11th century watchtower. It can be found in the heart of the most beautiful and incredibly enchanting landscape in the area between Mount Sibillia, the Infernaccio Gorge and village of Montefortino.
Villa Bora is quite an exceptional Marche holiday rental. Occupying the tower of a 14th century castle, this one bedroom Marche villa enjoys spectacular 360 degree views of the Sibillini mountains, the Adriatic Sea and the Laga National Park. The decor is exceptionally stylish and it provides an extremely elegant place to stay to explore this beautiful region of Italy.
Holiday rentals don't get much more luxurious than this Marche vacation rental! Enjoying uninterrupted views over the untouched Italian landscape towards the Adriatic Sea, and set amid rolling hills and ancient vineyards, this 4 bedroom Marche vacation rental is in its own little piece of paradise. With private pool, yoga studio, gym and flood-lit tennis court on site, along with table tennis and table football, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
This is a beautifully restored six bedroom Marche villa rental. Set on 5 acres in the rolling hills of Le Marche, it offers guests complete privacy in an idyllic rural setting whilst being just 15 minutes drive to the nearest beaches on the Adriatic coast. It offers the perfect combination in an Italian holiday rental - authenticity combined with luxurious mod cons!
Villa Rocca is a unique Marche villa. It's an incredible and ancient 11th century watchtower, set within the most enchanting landscape between Mount Sibillia, the Infernaccio Gorge and the village of Montefortino. The owners have spent years renovating the property, transforming it from its original use which was to control the passage of men and goods in the valley to the luxury retreat you see today.