Discover the wonders of the Riviera and its hinterland.
Immersed in the Conero Riviera, the Hotel Villa Sirena is looking forward to welcoming you for an unforgettable holiday.
The Conero Riviera is an area of immense environmental value that goes from the coastal area of Passetto to Trave and continues to the Portonovo Bay, then the Conero Mount and the inland hills until the coast that goes from Sirolo to Marcelli di Numana and ends up in the flat area of the River Musone in Porto Recanati. It is an authentic oasis of peace and nature that has been protected since 1987 with the establishment of the Regional Conero Park. Deep in the uncontaminated nature of the Conero Park there are ancient testimonies of art, culture and history. The Conero Riviera is a unique coastal area characterised by the presence of the Conero Mount dropping sheer into the sea and the nearby beaches with clean, deep blue sea.
The hotel is situated few kilometres far from the major destinations for cultural and religious tourism such as:
The Conero Park extends over 5.800 hectares, covering an area on the nord coast that goes from Passetto to Trave, extending towards the Portonovo Bay, then the Conero Mount (alt 572 m) and the inland hills, continuing down the coast towards Sirolo and Marcelli di Numana, and ending up in the plain land of the river Musone. The park contains thousands of plants which are typical species of the Mediterranean maquis and many 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 “ 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.
Just 1 km far from the hotel is Sirolo that can also be reached on foot. Sirolo is perched on the slopes overlooking the sea and is surrounded by wonderful landscapes and immersed in the Natural Park of the Conero. It has been awarded the Blue Flag of Europe for many years and it is considered the pearl of the Adriatic.
Known for its graceful historic centre, Sirolo is characterized by narrow alleys and a picturesque square where the Church tower of San Nicola stands and where it is possible to enjoy a breathtaking view of the bays, the irregular coastline and the crystalline sea.
Portonovo is the jewel of the Conero Park. It extends over a wonderful natural area with an intact landscape where the Mediterranean maquis of the top of the Conero Mount descends gradually into the crystalline sea water in a quiet and calm atmosphere.
It has a beautiful beach made up of pebbles and stones, equipped with all facilities and several charming fish restaurants with an impressive sea view.
Camerano is immersed in the nature of Conero Mount and its well known for its underground caves, carved in sandstone. It is a city below the city with many hidden treasures, vaulted ceilings, religious symbols and decorations in low relief.
The festivity of the wine “Rosso Conero” takes place the first week of September each year: a locally produced wine that deserves to be tasted in the beautiful wineries scattered throughout the Riviera del Conero.
The town of Loreto keeps unique pieces of art and historic memories. It is renewed for its Sanctuary of the Holy House that according to a medieval legend was transferred from Palestine by angels in 1924 in one single night.
It has become one of the world's most important sites of Christian pilgrimage.
Recanati is known as the city of poetry. Giacomo Leopardi, the most important poet of the 1800 was born there. Leopardi is omnipresent in the most suggestive sites of the town. From the beautiful square named after him, to the old tower which feature in his most famous poem “il passero solitario” , Mount Tabor, the famous hill of infinity, and the square “Sabato del Villagio” where the birthplace of the poet is located.
Recanati has also received the inheritance of the famous tenor, Beniamino Gigli, with a dedicated museum to his memory.
Osimo is known as “the city without heads”. Owes its curious name to the presence of a collection of headless statues located at the entrance of the Town Hall.
The charm of the town culminates in its double nature: the part of the town up to the surface and exposed to the light and a fascinating underground world with more than 9 km of passages and caverns that can be partially visited. The underground passages are carved in sandstone and are running below the entire town: the combination of light and shades everywhere pictures an infinite space.