It is located northern to the Port of Numana, after the Spiaggiola. A small paradise of fine gravel with transparent water, framed by the green of the Conero Park and the white limestone rock. It is ideal for swimming and some snorkeling. Between the two beaches the Cetacean Foundation sometimes place a net to form a cove where the turtles are placed, previously cured, before being released. A few meters from the shore there is a rock called Sasso del Bo’.
Stretch of coast, mainly characterized by pink rock, which extends to the north of the beach of San Michele, with transparent seabed immediately deep and characterized by dark rocks that give the name to the beach. The thick Mediterranean vegetation comes almost to the shore giving life to a fantastic landscape.
Accessible only by sea due to a municipal ordinance that prohibits access to the only path called “Passo del Lupo” because very difficult. The beach is made of pebbles and stones and takes its name from the two large rocks that watch over the beach called “Le Due Sorelle” (The Two Sisters). From the north they look like two sisters with hands joined in prayer. The water is transparent, crystal, clear and the unspoilt environment.
Close to the Due Sorelle Beach stretches this corner of paradise reachable only by sea. Two small coves characterized by white pebbles and crystal clear backdrop, a real piece of heaven. Towards evening the winged inhabitants of Spiaggia dei Gabbiani come to reclaim their enchanted place.
The most characteristic beach located in the heart of the city of Ancona. Hundreds of small caves dug into the rock under the cliff overlooking the sea by fishermen, now called “grottaroli”. Overlooking the beach the imposing Monumenti ai Caduti (War Memorial). In front of the rock called “la Seggiola del Papa” (the Pope’s Chair).