Sea and beaches
Agriturismo Annarella is a 15-minute drive from the beautiful Adriatic Sea. Each year, many of these coastal locations are awarded the blue flag, which indicates that the quality of the sea, the beach and cleanliness of the place are in excellent condition.
There are naturally both equipped beaches and free beaches where you can relax during your summer holidays but still close to beautiful chalets where you can rent umbrellas and deck chairs and taste typical local products, with a rich gastronomy of flavors and typical products.
Sirolo is about an hour’s drive from the Agriturismo Annarella but it is definitely worth visiting this real gem village of the Conero Riviera overlooking the sea. Sirolo seems like a movie place with its enchanting houses, with its alleys full of small shops and a breathtaking view of the Adriatic Sea.
There are several beaches, from the most comfortable and easy access to the most uncomfortable ones sometimes reached by steep paths or by sea: the beach of San Michele, Urmani beach and the Due Sorelle beach reachable through the steep Passo del Lupo. Here you will also find some very nice restaurants with menus that will let you discover the aromas and flavors of the Conero Riviera. More…
The coast of San Benedetto del Tronto has one of the most beautiful beaches in Italy. The long avenue and the beach of Grottammare connect with that of San Benedetto. Along the beautiful and kilometric avenue you will find many restaurants and playgrounds for children.
Since 1999 the city has been continuously awarded the Blue Flag with star, the recognition that the FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education) releases to European coastal towns that meet quality criteria linked to various parameters such as those related to bathing water, cleaning of beaches and tourist landings.
Porto San Giorgio
In the seafront of Porto San Giorgio you will leave your heart especially if you are shopping, given the numerous shops present. Among the gastronomic specialties to try there is certainly the “Brodetto”, a typical Marche-based dish of fish.
Among the monuments and places of interest we point out: the Church of San Giorgio, the Municipal Theater, the Rocca Tiepolo, Villa Bonaparte and other Art Nouveau villas, all the old center called “Castello”.
Cupra Marittima belongs to the district of the Riviera delle Palme of the low coast of the Marches in the province of Ascoli Piceno, in a town always on the sea where you will find very large beaches and groomed for a perfect beach holiday, whether you choose the private beach or prefer go to the free one.
Behind the marina (the country proper) there are three hills: Sant’Andrea with the homonymous fortress (recently renovated), Marano with the medieval incasato and Boccabianca. From here there is a beautiful view of the sea.
Pedaso is an Italian town of about 3000 inhabitants in the province of Fermo located right on the sea. The beach, of sand and gravel, is more than 2 km long and the coastline is partially interrupted by the presence of the cliff.
For diving and underwater fishing enthusiasts we point out that the sea is crystal clear and the water on Pedaso beach is always transparent, rich in marine flora and fauna. The restaurant Il Faro is really recommended, here you can enjoy all the fish specialties possible.
Also called “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Grottammare is located in the heart of the Riviera delle Palme, in the Marche region. The beach has a very fine sand. On these beaches you can walk on a wide avenue and enjoy the small restaurants and wine bars. We recommend that you also visit the upper part of the old town of Grottammare.