From Agriturismo San Giuseppe it is easy to reach the Adriatic Coast: with its 180 km, the coast of the Marche has 26 seaside locations, 9 touristic ports, sandy and pebbly beaches, steep rocks, many waterparks and museums of the sea.
Divided by the promontory of Conero, the north and the south side of the Adriatic Coast offer distinctive characteristics and a great variety of landscapes.
The promontory of Gabicce Mare is the first location you encounter starting from the northern coast, from which originate gulfs and coves with crystal water. To the northern coast of Marche belong Pesaro and Fano, two cities with beautiful sandy and pebbly beaches.
Continuing the way along the coast you’ll find the beach of Senigallia, typically known for its fine sand. A little further South starts the Riviera del Conero with its suggestive coves accessible by boat and its numerous paths surrounded by greenery. Protected area since 1987, it represents the perfect place for diving and unspoilt nature enthusiasts.
Clear rocks and crystal water make Numana and Sirolo representative locations of Conero, where the second side of the Marche coast starts. The costal stretch of Marche ends with the verdant Riviera Picena (that includes beaches of fine sand of Porto Sant’Elpidio, Porto San Giorgio and Pedaso) and Riviera delle Palme (to which Cupra Marittima, Grottammare and San Benedetto del Tronto belong), which takes its name from the 7 thousand palms on the beaches.