AT THE HEART OF CONERO RIVIERA, HOTEL VILLA SIRENA IS READY TO OFFER YOUR MEMORABLE HOLIDAYS.
The Conero Riviera stretches through approximately 30km along the Marche coast, cuddled by Adriatic waves. This corner of paradise is a patchwork of coulours and emotions, where sea blue melts with green hills that surround the coast, thus creating a a unique landscape. Monte Conero is the main character, majestic and solemn, it rises as a giant that shields coastal treasures. Its slopes are covered by rich woods of pines trees and Mediterranean scrub, that offer a variety of sounds and perfumes where natures is still prisitine.
Sandy bays and small beaches of white pebbles are the hidden gem of this Riviera. The sea, crystal clear and charming, attracts everyone who looks at it and triggers an irresistible temptation to dive into its beauty.
The Conero Park extends over 5.800 hectares, embracing the northern coastline that extends from Passetto to Trave and Portonovo Bay, shielded by the Conero Mount (572m above sea level) and its inland hills, continuing on the southern side of the coast towards Sirolo and Numana. The park boasts a variety of plants, including typical species of the Mediterranean scrub as well as authoctonous bird species.
The magnificence and variety of the area is ideal to practice a broad range of activities: sailing, surfing, windsurfing, kite surfing, diving on the seabed of the Conero and wreck diving, horse riding walks, trekking.
Furthermore, there is the road “Strada del Rosso Conero“ and tourists can tour and shop at the wines cellars to purchase typical local 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.
Loreto has historical treasures and art masterpieces known worldwide, and boasts one of the most important holy sites for the Catholic Church: the Holy House Sanctuary. An old tale reads that on a dark night in 1294 angels moved the Holy House from Palestine to Loreto, thus creating a unique miracle.
This fascinating story and the beauty of the Sanctuary make one of the most well-known pilgrimage sites worldwide.
Osimo is known as “the city without heads”. It owes its curious name to the presence of a collection of headless statues located at the entrance of the Town Hall.
The allure of this small town peaks in its double nature: the charming part of town tat rises on the gournd surface hides a stunning underground world with over 9km of passages and caverns that can be visited. The underground passages are carved in sandstone and run below the entire town: the combination of light and shades everywhere pictures 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 Conero Regional Park, Camerano is well known for its caves that hide a whole underground city to discover: decorations, arches and mysterious bas relief will charm you with their allure.
Each year on the first week of September the town celebrates Rosso Conero: a typical local red wine that must be tasted in one of the many splendid vineyards.