Conero Beach: Surrounded by a typical Adriatic landscape, with flat overcrowded beaches, sunbeds and umbrellas, Conero Beach is a place apart. Under the cliffs of Mount Conero, this place is the best place if you fancy a trek or want to sail in the Adriatic sea. Here water changes its color, turning out to be so deep and clear that it is even possible to scuba dive.
Thanks to its recognized natural and ecological values, Conero Beach was declared a protected area in 1987. An important habitat for the conservation of bird population, the area consists in 18 paths leading among holm oaks, pine trees, cane apples and brooms; Conero Beach is a must see place for naturalists. Write Conero Beach, read quiet bays, white sand, steep cliffs and hamlets where time seems to have stopped. Situated 6 miles south of Ancona, 68 from Rimini, 205 from Rome and 323 from Milan. Its best places are: the enchanted bay of Portonovo, the medieval village built on a cliff face over the sea, the ancient harbor of Numana, the only uneven coast of the Adriatic sea. Thanks to its wide range of flowers and plants, the colors of this coast change through the seasons. Lonely bays are intermingled with fun places with beach facilities.