Riviera del Conero
Nel cuore della Riviera del Conero, l'Hotel Villa Sirena ti aspetta per vacanze memorabili
Sospesa tra cielo e mare, la Riviera del Conero si estende lungo la costa marchigiana, accarezzata dalle onde del mare Adriatico. Questo angolo di paradiso è un mosaico di colori e sensazioni, dove l'azzurro del mare si fonde con il verde delle colline circostanti, creando un paesaggio che lascia senza fiato. Il protagonista indiscusso di questo scenario incantevole è il Monte Conero, maestoso e solenne, che si innalza come un gigante a protezione della costa. Le sue pendici, ricoperte da fitte foreste di pini e macchia mediterranea, offrono un'infinità di profumi e suoni, dove la natura si esprime in tutta la sua bellezza e potenza.
Le spiagge della Riviera del Conero sono un vero e proprio tesoro nascosto, con baie di ghiaia finissima e calette di ciottoli bianchi, incastonate come gemme preziose tra le scogliere a strapiombo. Il mare, cristallino e invitante, sembra chiamare a sé chiunque lo ammiri, suscitando un'irresistibile voglia di immergersi nella sua freschezza.
The Conero Park extends for 5,800 hectares, embracing the stretch of north coast that goes from the Passetto to the Trave, continuing with the Bay of Portonovo, Monte Conero (572 m high) and the inland hills, reaching as far as the coast from Sirolo to Marcelli di Numana until it ends along the plain of the Musone river.
The thousand plants that make up the Mediterranean maquis live here and numerous species of birds live.
This magnificent and varied area offers many activities: sailing, surfing, windsurfing, kite surfing, scuba diving on wrecks and seabeds of the Conero, horse riding, trekking. Furthermore, on the "Strada del Rosso Conero", a visit to the cellars where you can buy typical and top quality products such as oil, honey and wine.
Located 1 km away from the hotel, Sirolo can also be reached on foot. Set in a wonderful landscape overlooking the sea and immersed in the Conero Natural Park, Sirolo has been awarded the Blue Flag for several years and is considered the pearl of the Conero Riviera.
The charming historic center arouses particular admiration, characterized by a network of alleys and a suggestive little square in which the bell tower of the church of San Nicola stands out, and from which you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the bays, the jagged coast and towards a crystalline sea.
The city of Loreto preserves art treasures and historical memories unique in the world, it is famous for the Sanctuary of the Holy House which according to a medieval tradition was miraculously translated here by angels in 1294 in just one night from Palestine.
This makes it one of the major pilgrimage destinations in the world.
Called the city "of the headless", Osimo owes this curious name to the presence of some headless statues from the Roman era in the entrance to the Municipality.
But the charm of the city is captured in its bipolar entity: in addition to the part that extends in the sunlight, Osimo also offers a fascinating underground world with more than 9 kilometers of labyrinths and tunnels, some of which can be visited. The caves are dug into the arinile and run through the entire town: everywhere movements of light and shadow refer to an infinite space.
Jewel of the Conero Regional Park, Portonovo extends in a marvelous natural context that is still intact, where the Mediterranean maquis of the Monte Conero promontory reaches the crystal clear water of the sea, in a silent and peaceful atmosphere.p>
The beautiful beach is made up of gravel and stones, equipped with bathing establishments and numerous fish restaurants with panoramic terraces overlooking the sea.
It is defined as the city of poetry for being the birthplace of Giacomo Leopardi, the greatest Italian poet of the 19th century. Many of the most evocative places in the city are linked to Giacomo Leopardi. From the beautiful square named after him, to the ancient tower sung about in the solitary sparrow, from Mount Tabor, the famous hill of infinity, to the Sabato del Villaggio square where the birthplace of the poet is located.
Recanati is also home to the tenor Beniamino Gigli to whom a museum of the same name has been dedicated.
Immersed in the nature of the Conero Park, Camerano is famous for its caves dug into the sandstone, which hide another city with decorations, barrel vaults, religious symbols and bas-relief friezes.
Every year the first week of September celebrates Rosso Conero: a typical red wine from the Marches, a wine that deserves to be tasted in the splendid cellars scattered throughout the Conero Riviera.