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Tuscan Coast vs. Eastern coast of Italy in mid-June

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We two adults have about 5 days in mid-June to auto tour hill towns and coast heading south from Florence and wondering if there is a valid reason that so few guide books pay much attention to the eastern side of the Apennines, specifically, Le Marche and Umbria.

The Tuscan towns and coast look inviting, but I'm thinking the Adriatic side might be less touristy. Or is it less interesting/attractive?

The best descriptions so far are in the Michelin Green Guide, but compared to Tuscan counterparts, much shorter shrift.

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