Conero Regional Park
Via Peschiera, 30, 60020 Sirolo AN, Italy
About Conero Regional Park
The Conero regional park is a protected natural area of the Marche region established in 1987 and which extends on the homonymous promontory, in the province of Ancona. Here there are some points from where you can enjoy breath-taking panoramas stretching on the whole Conero Coast, but also visit historical sites very charming. One of the nice trekking area and also it is suitable for more adventure activities.
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Numana is an Italian coastal town of 3 807 inhabitants in the province of Ancona in the Marche region, located on the Riviera del Conero. The beach of Numana Alta includes two bays formed close to the cliff: the Spiaggiola and the Spiaggia Dei Frati, while the beach of Numana low extends south of the port to the hamlet of Marcelli.
Monte Conero is a promontory in Italy, situated directly south of the port of Ancona on the Adriatic Sea. It is a unique component of the protected natural area that belongs to the park of Cornero. This paradisiac place will hold several surprises for you, indeed the beauty and purity of the color of the sea, the villages of Numana and Sirolo, and the church of Santa Maria di Portonovo.
The caves of Camerano are an underground complex of considerable extension, which develops below the historic center of the town of Camerano. The underground complex has a totally artificial origin, hence the name of "city" is preferable to that of " cave ", which is more ambiguous. The precise extension of the hypogeum is not known, as it has not been completely surveyed. It extends roughly under the entire historic center, even outside the boundaries of the ancient fortified city.
The Basilica Della Santa Casa is a shrine of Marian pilgrimage in Loreto, Italy. The basilica is known for enshrining the house in which the Blessed Virgin Mary is believed by some Catholics to have lived. Pious devotees believe that the same house was flown over by Angelic beings from Jerusalem to Tersatto then to Recanati before arriving at the current site.
The Passetto is the most famous rocky beach in Ancona and also the district that takes its name from it. The main public park in the district is that of the Passetto, overlooking the sea; it extends south of the War Memorial and is equipped with an ice rink and a 33-meter swimming pool. Another public green area is the Pineta Bianchi, between via Trieste and via Podgora, formerly part of the private villa from which it takes its name.
The Conero Riviera is the high and rocky stretch of coast of the Adriatic, which from the port of the city of Ancona reaches that of Numana. It takes its name from Monte Conero, which forms the homonymous promontory overlooking the sea, rich in inlets and small rocky or stony beaches; it has a coastline of about twenty kilometers. The territory is protected by the Conero Regional Park, the first regional park in the Marche by date of establishment.
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