Like a modern traveler of today's pilgrim Grand Tour you can reach Loreto also walk along the historic route between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries has approached the Sanctuary to the most important cultural sites of European intellectuals who faced the journey of training in Italy such as Rome, Florence, Venice. Via Loreto, an articulated path connecting Rome with Foligno and Loreto, but also with Assisi and Siena, it has recently been rediscovered and affected by a project of recovery and enhancement, driven by the Marche Region, in the Umbria-Marche Apennines stretch through the pass Colfiorito. Serravalle di Chienti, Muccia, Camerino, Caldarola, Belforte del Chienti, Tolentino, Macerata, Recanati, are the "pearls" of a precious necklace that winds along the valleys of Chienti and Potenza river, between the soft hills that have witnessed popes, kings and queens, artists and writers, along with the common pilgrims and devotees of the Virgin of Loreto. Addressing a journey to the Holy House is now available to everyone thanks to the already published travel guides and numerous tourism promotion initiatives of the places. Within the latter, the Association of Social Promotion Orme Loreto offers a range of itineraries of visits to various places connected with the Loreto tradition and representative of the local cultural heritage. The deep knowledge of the Marche region, "measured" pace in the distance, is the aim with which it operates Orme Loreto offering guided walks between Loreto, Recanati, Numana, Sirolo, Ancona and inland, still following the thread of Via Lauretana.