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Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo

Province of Pesaro and Urbino, Italy

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About Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo

The Monte San Bartolo Regional Nature Park is a protected natural area of the Marche region, established in 1994, located close to the Adriatic coast in the province of Pesaro and Urbino, touching and "entering" to the north in the municipality of Gabicce Mare and to the south in the Pesaro municipality. On 5 August 2017, it was affected by a serious fire that destroyed 142 hectares of land between Fiorenzuola di Focara and Casteldimezzo.


Attractions near Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo

Villa Imperiale Pesaro1.2km from Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo

Villa Imperiale is an ancient suburban stately home, located on the hills of Monte San Bartolo near the city of Pesaro, in the Marche region. Renaissance monument, it was built in two different construction phases between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries on a project by Gerolamo Genga. The property includes terraced and intricate Renaissance style gardens. The interior frescoes employed a number of major Mannerist painters including Dosso and Battista Dossi and so more.

Monte San Bartolo2.17km from Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo

The Monte San Bartolo Regional Natural Park is a protected natural area of the Marche region, established in 1994, located close to the Adriatic coast in the province of Pesaro and Urbino, touching and "entering" to the north in the municipality of Gabicce Mare and to the south in the Pesaro municipality. On 5 August 2017, it was affected by a serious fire that destroyed 142 hectares of land between Fiorenzuola di Focara and Casteldimezzo.

Civic Museum of Palazzo Mosca3.93km from Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo

The Civic Museums have been housed since 1936 in the headquarters of Palazzo Mosca, former residence of one of the most important families of the Pesaro nobility. The displays occupy five halls in the first floor, and include works from diverse centuries. Among the Renaissance works is the large altarpiece, called the Pesaro Altarpiece or Pala di Pesaro, depicting the Coronation of the Virgin (1475) by Giovanni Bellini. It was originally located in the church of San Francesco, Pesaro.

Castello di Gradara7.94km from Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo

The castle of Gradara is the complex that stands on the top of a hill in the municipality of Gradara, in the province of Pesaro and Urbino, in the Marche region, consisting of a medieval castle - fortress and the adjacent historic village, protected by a outer wall that extends for almost 800 meters, making the entire structure imposing.  Over time, the castle has progressively become one of the most visited monuments in the region and is the scene of museum, musical and artistic events.

Museo Storico di Gradara7.99km from Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo

The castle of Gradara is the complex that stands on the top of a hill in the municipality of Gradara, in the province of Pesaro and Urbino, in the Marche region, consisting of a medieval castle - fortress and the adjacent historic village, protected by an outer wall that extends for almost 800 meters, making the entire structure imposing.

Gabicce Mare10.1km from Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo

Gabicce Mare is an Italian town of 5 684 inhabitants in the province of Pesaro and Urbino in the Marche region.   It is also the smallest municipality in the province of Pesaro and Urbino. It rises on a small bay called Baia Degli Angeli, on the last offshoot of the Romagna coast, on the northern slopes of Monte San Bartolo. The Tavollo torrent and its tributary Taviolo flow through the municipal area, joining near the city center.

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Marche is a central region of Italy on the east coast composed of rolling hills and fertile plains at the base of the Apennine mountains. It is bordered by Umbria in the west, Emilia-Romagna to the north, and Abruzzo to the south.