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Imho, and I am not a big fan of ‘beaching’, not worth the effort. It took us 15min of steep hiking down and then back up in sweltering heat. Fair enough we could have figured out the bus timings and taken the bus. We went...More
Situated in a protected bay, spiagga urbani is a nice serviced beach. Water is cristaline (during high season only in the mornings before the sea gets busy); snorkeling offers a nice view of thr under water world with fish, mussels, plants, molusques, etc. Rent a...More
Weather was sunny and in the high 20s C, so we decided on a family outing at this beach - one of 9 beaches on the Riviera del Conero. As with most beaches on this part of the Adriatic, the beach consists of large pebbles,...More
Beach tends to get crowded like most Italian non-wild beaches, but it is a friendly, family-safe environment with small free space and mostly rentable umbrellas etc. Two restaurants at beach. Bus or steep walk or drive down - two small parking lots.
Made of white pebbles and cobbles is not the most confortable place where to lay, but the limpid water and beautiful landscape and the white rocky cliffs around you are amazing and unforgettable. I recommend to see the small cave on the right part of...More
We got the bus to Sirolo from Ancona as we were looking for a pretty beach, we weren't disappointed.
To find your way to walk to the beach, walk to the far end of the plaza where it tapers to a corner viewing point. U...More
Clean beach, clean water. Stonebeach so dont forget your swim shoes or flip flops. The way down to the beach is long and steep but you can take the bus for 1 euro each way. Two good restaurants for lunch. Sun bed hire 180 euro...More
We spent a couple of very happy days on this beach, which is just below Sirolo. There is a road, but you have to drive down early (before 10 at the latest) to get a parking spot ... the car park there is very small....More