Marche Car Hire discovering the land

Located on the mid-Adriatic coast, Marche is an extremely rich region in which differ-ent “souls” coexist, but all equally representative of its identity.

A land of sea, mountain landscapes, small medieval villages and famous cities of art, the region holds countless treasures with an extraordinary variety of environments and attrac-tions to meet the expectations of every traveller.

Spending your holiday in Marche means travelling through a unique territory that will surprise you with its historical and naturalistic richness, as well as its excellent cuisine.

Visiting the region also means discovering the places that gave birth to important Italian artists and scholars; Pesaro, the birthplace of Gioachino Rossini, Recanati the birthplace of Giacomo Leopardi, Urbino the “hometown” of Raffaello Sanzio and Chiaravalle, birth-place of Maria Montessori.

The cities of Marche where you can find Maggiore car rental locations

List of Maggiore car rental locations in Marche

Organize your travels in Marche with Maggiore. Use the map to find the agency at the airport, station or city you are interested in and contact them for information on the rental cost, payment methods, cars and additional services available for all your needs. Or click on the name of the location to make a reservation.

A spectacular tour of the cities of art and marvellous beaches in Marche

Touring Le Marche by car is the best choice because it allows you to move from one area to another, following the itinerary you prefer.

In addition, a rental car will allow you to move around comfortably even if you are travel-ling with small children. You will be able to take everything you need to spend a day at the beach or to have a picnic immersed in the beautiful natural landscape of Le Marche.

If you want to rent a car in the region, the best place to go is Maggiore, a specialised com-pany with years of experience. It has several offices in the area.

To rent a car in Marche you can contact the offices in AnconaCivitanova MarcheFabrianoPesaro and San Benedetto.

At all of the Maggiore offices you will find knowledgeable staff members ready to assist you and a large fleet of rental cars comprised of vehicles that are comfortable, reliable, safe and thoroughly sanitised.

Your tour of the things to see in Marche can begin in the capital, Ancona, the only Italian city where the sun rises and sets over the sea.

Here you must see the Duomo of San Ciriaco, overlooking the sea, the Mole Vanvitelli-ana or “Lazzaretto”, a defensive structure designed by Vanvitelli, and the Church of Santa Maria delle Piazze, with its magnificent mosaic floors.

By car from Ancona you can easily reach the splendid Riviera del Conero, an extraordi-nary territory with marvellous beaches, medieval villages and unique natural landscapes.

Along this stretch of coast, which extends from Ancona to Numana, you can visit fasci-nating towns such as Loreto, a place of worship of great importance as it is the home of the Santa Casa di Maria di Nazareth (Holy House of Mary of Nazareth), Recanati, the “natio borgo selvaggio” (native wild village) as its most illustrious citizen Giacomo Leopardi called it, or Sirolo, an elegant town overlooking the sea and known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic.”

Visiting the Riviera del Conero also means relaxing on its most beautiful beaches. Stop and sunbathe on Portonovo beach, an unspoilt bay on the slopes of Monte Conero, relax on the magnificent Due Sorelle beach, the symbol of the Riviera, or enjoy a few hours of relaxation on the enchanting wild Sassi Neri beach.

The sea and Marche are inseparable, so be sure to visit the other beautiful seaside villages.

Driving up the coast along the A14 motorway, stop off at Senigallia, a popular seaside resort with 14 km of promenade, known for its beautiful historic centre and the Summer Jamboree, a festival dedicated to the 1950s.

Continue to Fano, the “City of Vitruvius”, and immerse yourself in the ancient Roman remains, such as the Augustan Walls and the remains of the Augusteum, or take part in Ita-ly’s oldest carnival. You can then continue your journey by heading to Pesaro, the city of Gioachino Rossini, where you can relax on its 7 km beaches, and Gradara, a charming medieval town dominated by the Castle which, according to legend, was the site of the murder of Paolo and Francesca.

Other places to visit along the coastline of Marche include Civitanova Marche, an en-chanting seaside resort, San Benedetto del Tronto, the capital of the “Riviera delle Pal-me”, and the Frasassi Caves, a complex of caves, stalactites and stalagmites of great value and importance. Not far away is the Temple of Valadier, a neoclassical sanctuary built in a cave mouth.


What to see in Le Marche: the hinterland and medieval villages

If the coastal area will captivate you with its cities of art and marvellous beaches, the re-gion’s hinterland will do the same with its beautiful villages and hidden treasures.

Among the most important cities to visit in this area are Urbino, a symbol of the Italian Renaissance and a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its magnificent architecture such as the Palazzo Ducale and the birthplace of Raffaello, Macerata with its very spe-cial Sferisterio, and Fabriano, the “City of Paper”, where you can visit the Museum of Pa-per and Watermarks and the Historical Piano Museum.

Among the places of interest in Marche it is worth mentioning some of its most pic-turesque villages.

By car you can drive from one part of the region to another and immerse yourself in the magnificent towns and unique landscapes, which will make your tour of Marche unforgettable.

Some of the towns to visit in the region are Jesi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the birthplace of Frederick II of Swabia, Acquaviva Picena, a town rich in prehistoric finds in the Tronto Valley, Corinaldo, with its splendid 912-metre-long wall, Mogliano, a hill town known for its wickerwork, and Fiastra, a town renowned for its beautiful Abbey.

Finally, if you want to enjoy nature, Marche will not disappoint you, thanks to the beauty of unique natural environments such as the Monti Sibillini National Park, the Lame Rosse Canyon, Lake Pilato and the natural arch of Fondarca, located at the foot of Mount Nerone.

Le Marche is a land to be discovered and travelled far and wide, and a rental car will allow you to get to know all of its “souls.”