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Le Marche Research Help

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I am researching a possible trip to Le March for late May. Apparently you can't sort search results on the forum to select just trip reports anymore (at least not easily), so I am asking those who have been to chime in and share their links or any tips or recommendations as I do my initial research. I know jamikins has a few, so those are located. I also found one from sundriedpachino.
The trip would be about 10 days, and so far Urbino and Ascoli Piceno are on the list of possibilities, but we may throw a wild card interior town in there instead. We love the coast, and Monte Conero sounds right up our alley for hiking and seafood (plus we'd fly into Ancona). Would the towns there be coming alive in late May?
Those that recognize my screen name may remember that DH and I are not keen drivers. We fared quite well in Puglia last year, so we're game again--but I want to limit it to the hills and not the mountains. Also, we like staying in towns and not agriturismi. Small towns with a few great restaurants and proximity to nature are our preference. Thanks in advance for any suggestions to send me in the right direction!

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