From the sea to the mountains, via the rolling hills
Coastal and hillside towns
Capital of the region and one of the main ports of the Adriatic. It boasts one of the most beautiful Romanesque monuments in central Italy.
An evocative medieval village, set like a pearl between the green of the Conero and the blue of the Adriatic.
An ancient fishing village nestled on top of a promontory overlooking the marina.
Rich in ancient remains, noble palaces and religious monuments. It hides fascinating underground wonders.
Birthplace of Federico II and Pergolesi. Protected by still intact medieval walls and adorned with a rich cultural heritage.
The largest Marian sanctuary in Italy, which has hosted some of the greatest artists of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
“Natio borgo” by Giacomo Leopardi, where you can explore the places of his life and the glimpses in which his verses still resonate.
A lively coastal centre, with important civil and religious monuments. Famous for its velvet beach.
The city walls among the most spectacular in the Marches, still equipped with gates, defense towers and bastions.
There is no shortage of opportunities to make your stay on the Conero Riviera more fun and adventurous.
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