Documented since the XII century with the name of Casale d'Ilice, it was dominated by the bishops of Montefeltro and subsequently by the rector of Massa Trabaria. It then passed under the control of the della Faggiola, family from which the famous Uguccione was born, head of the Ghibellines of Italy, lord of Pisa and Lucca. The fate of the town then passed under the control of the Perfetti da Vico and Guidobaldo da Montefeltro. It then passed in 1502 to Cesare Borgia, in 1517 to Lorenzo de Medici and to the municipality of Florence, then again to the Dukes of Urbino in 1522.
The Marecchia Valley is a sort of geological and geomorphological gym equipped with everything needed to understand the genesis of the landscape and there are many sites in the Valley that lend themselves, sometimes didactically, to the illustration of the evolutionary phases of the territory and its history . The tour is recommended for scholars and geology enthusiasts, hikers and "geocachers" but also for all those who wish to have a truly unique experience. Food tastings and local wines at local farms. Guide in English. Duration of the tour: 5 days