When I first started this blog, I was pretty sure I perfectly knew my land. The more I’m posting at Discovermarche, the more I’m realising how wrong I was!
For instance, I’ve always linked the Adriatic coastal town of Numana to beaches, to the harbour and to a refined and elegant tourism that makes it a popular destination in Italy and abroad.
It was only after Mrs. Lidia Berlingieri invited me to visit the winery she successfully manages with her husband, that I’ve found out about the unexpected beauty of this town in the north of Le Marche.
Numana lies at the southern foot of the Monte Conero (Conero Mount) and is well renowed for its typical white stone houses of rare beauty. This calcareous material, extracted from many quarries in a time when mining industries…
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