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Sirolo and the Conero


The Conero Riviera provide tourists an area waiting to be discovered: many beaches, some large and fully-equipped, easily accessible, others more hidden or accessible only through nature trails or by boat.

The Conero Park is also the ideal destination for nature lovers and also for outdoor sports activities like: hiking, horseback riding or mountain biking. Golf, diving, kitesurfing, sup and diving.

There are also many medieval villages, castles and towns full of art, history and culture.

Sugetions on what to do


  • Summer is undoubtedly the perfect time to spend your holidays by the sea and thus get away from the heat of the city. The San Michele Relais Spa in Sirolo offers you a selection of the best beaches of the Conero Riviera, starting from Sirolo up to the bay of Portonovo.

    San Michele beach

    On this beach there are many bathing establishments alternating with stretches of free beach; a long stretch of sand and white gravel, dominated by the cliff with Mediterranean maquis make this beach really unique, thanks to its deep blue sea and the beauty of its views.

    Sassi Neribeach

    A dark gravel makes up this beach, where the water is of an intense blue; the wild style of the beach, without establishments, make it the natural destination for nature lovers; the environment is quiet and not equipped.

    Due Sorellebeach

    Those who love diving in wild places can not miss a trip to the beautiful Due Sorelle beach (meaning ''Two Sisters'' due to the two large rocks that emerge from the sea side); a place without bathing establishments. The nature is the absolute owner here. The sea is clear with sloping seabed: it can only be reached from the sea since the Passo del lupo path (meaning Wolf’s pass) has been closed.

    dei Gabbianibeach

    This small cove can only be reached by sea, as well as the Forni Beach; these are highly wild beaches, dominated by nature. There are no bathing establishments and the sea is crystal clear: a truly unique place for lovers of uncontaminated environments.


    It is a lovely crescent-shaped beach, formed by fine gravel and extenting, to the south with the natural cliff of the Grotta Urbani ( The Urbani cave). There are several bathing establishments and restaurants; you get there through a long descent and is protected by a semicircular barrier of rocks.

    La Spiaggiolabeach

    This charming and sophisticated beach, is colored with rows of umbrellas during summer; thanks to the low seabed, the cliffs and the well-equipped establishments, is very popular with tourists who love to live in comfort, even on the beach.

    La Velabeach

    Its name comes from the sail-shaped rock that stands out on the end of the beach; it is the last stretch of coast at the base of the northern side of the Conero. The edge is made up of stones and gravel.


    A wild, green bay, with a beach made of white pebbles that gives a unique spectacle; the beach is very long, and alternates stretches of free beach with some bathing establishments. Typical of this area are the moscioli, wild mussels much appreciated to be tasted in various recipes.


    A long stretch of white beach distinguishes this place, which can be reached with difficulty through an arduous descent, which on the way back obviously becomes a steep climb. There are no services or bathing establishments, but despite this, it is very popular.

    il Trave

    From the Mezzavalle bay you reach the Trave (meaning ''Beam''), a strip of rock about one kilometer long, charming and wild. There is also a clay quarry here. A legend says that the Beam extended to the other side of the Adriatic Sea, once, as a symbol of brotherhood. But the fury of the elements made it collapse and since then took the form of a collapsed bridge.

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