The relationship between migraine and vertigo is well known. Migraine patients maysuffer different types of vertigo: Meniere disease, basilar-type migraine with vertigoas an aura, benign positional vertigo and migraine associated recurrent vertigo(MARV). MARV is one of the most prevalent vertigo in migraine patients, included asa common cause of recurrent spontaneous vertigo in the neurotological literature.MARV is an entity with its own clinical pattern, pathophysiology and treatment. Differentialdiagnosis should be done with benign positional vertigo, Meniere diseaseand basilar type migraine. Specific diagnosis criteria could help in its recognition andmanagement.