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One of Italy's most beautiful coastlines is also one its least known.
One of four nature reserves in Le Marche, the park of San Bartolo is a unique seaside promontory to enjoy near Pesaro.
Golden sand lapped by a crystal-blue sea with water that deepens gradually, it's ideal for families and those who like to sun and splash.
Well-known and well-done beach establishment with all the bells and whistles for a fun and relaxing day.
A beach establishment in Porto Recanati with umbrellas, sun beds, a restaurant and more.
Easy-going but upscale beach and restaurant in Porto Recanati, for a great day at the seaside.
The Spiaggia Libera, or free beach, is just that - open and free, without rows of umbrellas and sun beds unless you bring them yourself.
Extending between Fano and Senigallia, the Marotta beach offers miles of sand and easy access.
South of Fano on a sandy stretch, the New Regina Beach has been around for decades, offering umbrellas, sun beds and dining.
The seafront city is connected historically to Recanati, providing a port access to the old inland town.
Porto Recanati fronts the Adriatic Sea with apartments, hotels and shops across the street.
Famous and scenic with powder-white sand, it's one of the best beaches on the Conero.
Golden sand, long and wide, stretching along the glistening waterfront with loads of options for everyone.
Near Portonovo, this is one of the Conero's best (and lesser known) beaches.
Numana Beach, also called La Spiaggiola, is one of the most accessible and upscale of the Conero.
There is a shuttle bus that runs every half-hour from Sirolo in season, or take the path from the public garden and walk down to this lovely beach below the cliffs.
Long and wide pebble beach with rocky spots that is completely natural and undeveloped.
One of the Adriatic Coast's most beautiful beaches, this stunner sits below the white cliffs that arc along the water below Sirolo.
One of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic, this charming cove is backed by white cliffs and offers a secluded feel.
In Civitanova Marche, the Ippocampo is a dog-friendly beach, with umbrellas and sun beds for rent.
In Civitanova Marche the Resole (also spelled Re Sole) beach lets you relax on a sun bed under the shade of striped umbrella.
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