Beaches to visit near the Cantinone Bed and Breakfast and Apartments

Velvet Beach at Senigallia

Senigallia

Perfect for families with fine white sand and plenty of restaurants, sunbed concessions, and play areas. Since 1853 Senigallia has been one of the most popular seaside resorts on the Adriatic Coast with its thirteen kilometres of golden sands, the famous Velvet Beach. Thanks to the quality of the services it provides and the clean and safe bathing, the town has been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag of the Foundation for Environmental Education in Europe. But the sea is not the only reason for choosing Senigallia. It has a beguiling old centre and offers an ideal base for exploring inland Marche towns.

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Portonovo

At Portonovo you find the most beautiful and famous bay of the Riviera del Conero. With a very dramatic approach road, the approach is spectacular. The Portonovo bay is extremely popular with many restaurants and parking areas, but these can be crowded and can fill up in the peak of summer. A shuttle train runs from the parking areas above when the car parks below are full. The green covering of Mount Conero is in contrast with the white cliffs and bright blue water of the sea. There are both free or managed beaches with many good fish restaurants where you can enjoy a great view over the sea.
Beach surface: gravel, pebbles, rocks.
How to get there: by car, along the “Strada Provinciale del Conero”, towards Portonovo. Then take the road direction Portonovo and Ancona going along the coast. There are few car parks. If traffic is blocked, it’s possible to take a bus from the parking on the top.

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Sirolo and Grotte Urbani beach

Sirolo - Grotte Urbani

This is a beautiful beach shaped as a half moon. It is located between a cave and a high drop; it is covered by a luxuriant green maquis and it is protected by a half circular barrier of rocks. The balsam odour of pine trees, the quiet shore equipped with two lidos and clean waters make this bay a unique place.
Beach Surface: pebbles
How to get there: by bus or by car; a street go down for 1 km from the Sirolo centre to the beach. Last parking is 100m from the seaside, but this short walk ensures a car-free beach.

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Beach at Numana, Conero National Park

Numana

The city of Numana is located in the more southern part of the Conero National Park. The historical centre of the town, an old fisherman village, is clung to a hill overlooking the Bay of Upper Numana. Towards the south, Lower Numana and then further on to Marcelli Beach are the most modern and lively seaside areas with their large sandy beaches with tourist facilities very suitable for family outings from the Cantinone. Numana is also well known for its rich countryside landscapes plenty of vineyards, wheat and corn fields. Cantinone holiday accommodation is an ideal destination for those seeking a relaxing holiday and contact with nature visiting the most suggestive towns and beaches in the Conero Riviera..

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Beach at Marcelli, Conero National Park

Marcelli

Marcelli beach is wide and airy, equipped with beach facilities, restaurants, bars and playgrounds. Coming from South, this is the first beach included in the Municipality of Numana. The shore is characterized by very small golden pebbles and it is very neat. It is perfect for families, children and people who love reaching the beach comfortably.

Beach Surface: made up of fine sand; very neat.

How to get there: by car (you can park with fee along the seafront) or by bus.

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Quiet Beach at Marzocca

Marzocca

A very quiet, unmanaged beach which is home to windsurfers and beach barbeques. It is possible to rent windsurfers and take lessons at kite sufing school. Marzocca has a pebble beach so not good for sandcastles, but good for a quiet read away from the crowds. Our favourite beach for a full-moon barbeque on the beach.

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